Originally Posted by Ithian
Protective films, or "skins", are typically a great way to protect your sensitive and portable electronics. I've used Zagg's Invisible Shield on my iPod Touch 1st gen. and a BodyGuardz cover for my Macbook Pro for years now, and they've saved my equipment from some serious degradation.
Today I received the Wrapsol Protective Film Kit for the new iPhone 4. I learned earlier this week on the
4.3 Virgin Softmod Guide
England out... Now time to train some proper players and pay them normal money instead of lottery winnings... They may appreciate it more..
WARNING: This tutorial is written for a user with average on up mechanical aptitude and an ability to follow directions. If you have no mechanical aptitude, nor can follow amply described and illustrated directions --- then this tutorial is not for you. As parts can bust/die/tear/get lost and no longer work and I don't know where you can get a replacement.
This tutorial tries to cover replacing as much of the internal parts of possible. I took my Wii apart several times in
I had a wonderful Idea to install HBC. I thougt, what if I install a channel on a wii, then backup that channel to the sd-card. Then on another wii install a different channel, via wad, except patch the title id to match the channel of the original wii, then install the other channel via data managment.
So I installed the Internet Channel on one wii, backed it up to sd and removed it.
I then patched a HBC.wad to the title HADE to match the internet channel. I installed it on another