Import MySQL databases using phpMyAdmin in cPanel

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Using phpMyAdmin to import your databases is very simple.

Lets read more on how you can accomplish this.

  • Go into your cPanel (your control panel) and find the Databases section -> phpMyAdmin icon (picture 1)

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  • Now in phpMyadmin, you’ll see on the left the list of databases and a link called Import in the main page. Click Import (picture2)
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  • Now you can make sure of 2 things to import your database from your PC (picture3)
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  • That’s it, the database we restored.
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6 Comments on Import MySQL databases using phpMyAdmin in cPanel

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