Today I revived 6 broken bluetooth modules. Turned out the serial eeprom needed to be reprogrammed.
So I took a working module, read the eeprom and programmed the eeprom of the not functioning bluetooth module and bingo it worked again.
The catch is you have to remove the eeprom to read and write to it correctly and you need an eeprom programmer that supports the m24c32-s eeprom (that is what I am using on my vp-190 programmer.)
It works like a charm although I managed to ruin
I just wonder why so many people brick their wii.
Is it a matter of a bad tut, bad wad or bad day?
Not that I complain about the unbricking though. Fixed now a little less than 30 wiis with the help of an infectus chip.
Most of them have the same problem. Missing sysmenu IOS version on it.
Just did one today with a missing IOS 70 on it. Fixed it within 45 mins.