ADVANCED STUFF. THIS IS STILL IN DEVELOPMENT. MUCH IS BROKEN.
This tutorial will help you setup DIOS MIOS which will allow you to load Gamecube games from a USB device. This tutorial is long, make sure to read carefully. Make sure to read EVERYTHING.
0. Things To Note
1. DIOS MIOS is in early stages of development, as a result, it is buggy and has low game capability for now.
2. Anything done to your console is at your own risk!
3. If I mess up anything or do anything
Updated 11-16-2010 at 05:27 AM by ShadowSonic2
Things Needed (All things will be taught how to build in tutorial)
- GitHub Installer (Download Here)
- cMake Source Code (Will show how using Git in tutorial)
- XCode (Download Here)
- Knowledge of Terminal.app
- WiiScrubber NG
Please note, I'm expecting that you've already installed XCode and GitHub successfully before doing this tutorial. It does not cover installing these two!
Step 1 - Installing cMake
Open up Terminal.app
First of all, I'm not going to through this in detail, so I'd expect you to know a few things such as SSHing and modding .plist files. Not hard right? Moving on, as most of you may know by now, Apple has decided to leave Game Center out of the final iOS4.1 for iPhone 3G. However, there is a way to re-enable it.
- SSH Client (WinSCP for Windows, CyberDuck for Mac)
iOS4 Multitask Toggler
I've spent quiet some time yesterday learning how to make .deb packages for iPhone and then tweaking a couple of iPhone .plist files then testing to make this tweak. This tweak installs itself as a winterboard theme to allow the user to easily disable (or re-enable) the native multitasking on any iPhone/iPod Touch running iOS4. Simply activate via Winterboard and respring. Although this tweak was primarily intended for iPod Touch 3G, thanks to the help of Ithian,
For those who don't know, iPhone OS (iOS) 4.0/4.0.1 has been jailbroken on ALL iDevices (iPhone/iPod and iPad (3.2.1). The jailbreak is a browser based, userland, jailbreak by comex called JailbreakMe 2.0 Star. This means, you don't need to be plugged into a PC to jailbreak. Just turn on WiFi on your iDevice and open Safari and on the device go to:
Then Follow the on-screen instructions and Cydia should be installed once done. However, because iOS4 is different