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    Probably broken Bluetooth module (question about USB)

    Hello,

    After external HDD power adapter crashed, i have black screen on my Wii (white, 5years old). WiiMote does not work (and want not synchronize), but with GC controler i can navigate Priloader, BootMii, HomeBrew Channel, i can load WiiXL and play Atari games... not bad

    I found info about Full Brick: "A broken Bluetooth Module will present the same symptoms, but can only be fixed by replacing the module.".

    Is it normal or possible that USB port does not work when Bluetooth module is broken?

    SysCheck hangs on IOS202.


    Wii system information:
    System menu: v4.3 on IOS 80
    Console Region: Europe
    Video Standard: PAL 50
    [...]
    Sound Mode -
    AHBPROT: 00000000


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    Last edited by pp_east; 09-21-2012 at 06:28 AM.

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    Load the HBC and use neogamma to load a game from disc. If your bt module is not working the game should not load. If the bt module is working you should be able to sync your wiimote in the game.

    You can also use giantpune's method of channel loading via bootmii to load a wii channel and sync your wiimote. This also would not work with a bad bt module.
    This is a small set of efls designed to autoboot certain TIDs that must already be installed on the wii. The purpose here is to use bootmii (as boot2) to autoboot a certain official channel. Some peole have installed a system menu replacement and then have had the wiimote decync for whatever reason and find that they are locked out of the wii. So, get into the wii and get a wiimote synced, just put one of these in place of the current ppcboot.elf in your bootmii folder, depending on what channels you have on your wii. DO NOT DELETE the current one. Just rename it. Also, make sure that your bootmii.ini file is not booting the system menu. So, if you have everything set up correctly, heres how shit should go down...

    turn on the wii-> blablabla-> bootmii-> mini-> this elf -> skip the system menu and preloader right to a channel.


    Once the channel has started, you can USE THE RED BUTTONS TO SYNC WIIMOTES. DON'T DO THE 1+2 SHIT BECAUSE IT IS TEMPORARY AND WON'T FIX ANYTHING FOR YOU. If you have to, you can do the 1+2 shit to temporarily sync a Wiimote. Then use that to exit to the system menu, then do the red button sync.


    Then just rename the files on your SD card back to the way they were before you started and youre all set.




    They are based on the PPCskel posted by bushing, which contains code from several others as well. So all the credit goes to them.



    ppcskel.tar

    AFAIK, your usb ports should still be working with a bad bt module.
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    Thanks for fast reply, i forgot write: with HBC -> CFG USB Loader i try run copy of my game and i got black screen, and i can not synch WiiMote. So it is broken BT module symptom. I test from SD Card, becouse CFG USB Loader want not see anything from USB. When i select "USB Mass Storage Device" CFG USBLoader gives info: "Device is not responding! Make sure USB port 0 is used!" I tried external HDD, pendrive, sd card in two external readers... each time is the same effect. I think there is power in USB port (pendrive and readers led lights up).
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    Quote Originally Posted by mauifrog View Post
    This also would not work with a bad bt module.
    i tried giantpune's method and as you wrote it does not work

    i have second bluetooth module (new one), and it is not work also, is it possible that new bluetooth module from ebay came damaged? or is it other my Wii problem?

    I'm worried about not working USB port.

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    Probably both bt module are bad. There is a HB app in development that would allow you to sync a wiimote from HBC, but it is not released yet.
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    Thanks for your help, i ordered next BT module

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    I want to refresh the topic becouse i received the second new BT module.

    Previously i removed 3 additional channels with MMM "WAD Manager", for check is it Banner Brick, but after it still black screen. With "MMM Manage Wii Channels" i can install channels via online internet connection, with CFG USBLoader i can download game cover so Wi-Fi module is OK. There is video and sound on my Wii.

    Now i installed new BT module, and still have black screen. Is it possible next time i got broken one?

    I have not idea what is wrong with my Wii, maybe system date 2007 matter or is something wrong with USB when all IOS are installed SysCheck hangs on "Testing IOS202 Vulnerabilitie".

    What should i test? I have keys.bin and nand.bin files, maybe should I remove the softmod? (i read tutorial "Remove Softmod From ANY Wii" that is not recommended)

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    There is a HB app in development that would allow you to sync a wiimote from HBC, but it is not released yet.
    how do you think when it will be release? what will name of app?

    edit2: SaveMiiFrii method works and shows 4.3(EUR)

    edit3: is any way to check USB port (keyboard? mouse?) at my kind of brick?
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    Quote Originally Posted by pp_east View Post
    I want to refresh the topic becouse i received the second new BT module.

    Previously i removed 3 additional channels with MMM "WAD Manager", for check is it Banner Brick, but after it still black screen. With "MMM Manage Wii Channels" i can install channels via online internet connection, with CFG USBLoader i can download game cover so Wi-Fi module is OK. There is video and sound on my Wii.

    Now i installed new BT module, and still have black screen. Is it possible next time i got broken one?

    I have not idea what is wrong with my Wii, maybe system date 2007 matter or is something wrong with USB when all IOS are installed SysCheck hangs on "Testing IOS202 Vulnerabilitie".

    What should i test? I have keys.bin and nand.bin files, maybe should I remove the softmod? (i read tutorial "Remove Softmod From ANY Wii" that is not recommended)

    Thanks
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    edit1:
    how do you think when it will be release? what will name of app?

    edit2: SaveMiiFrii method works and shows 4.3(EUR)

    edit3: is any way to check USB port (keyboard? mouse?) at my kind of brick?
    You could make a new nand backup with bootmii. You can check the nand.bin with nandbincheck nand.bin -all -v. It may give some clues to any issues with the nand system. It still sounds like you have a bad bt module, but who knows. I don't understand why you have issue with usb. You should be able to access apps on usb from HBC, press 1 and switch to USB. You should be able to install wads from usb in MMM or wiimod, try to go to the wadmanager and select usb as the source location.
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    Before i wrote first post i tired a lot of times to select USB in HBC (inactive button) and in USBLoader (Device is not responding). I tried with USB external HDD, with pendrive, with two sd cards in two different readers... each time is the same effect - apps can not see USB port.

    My HDD drive was connected to my Wii USB when HDD power adapter crashed - probably overheating and melted solder, maybe any electrical short went to Wii USB port and broke something on mainboard.

    Thanks for nandbincheck info, i had problems with DLLs, but solved. I tested my nand.bin, there is nothing wrong, some blue warrnings about deleted titles, or tmd RSA signature isn't even close and 0 red errors.
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    Then you need to consider the possibility of other hardware damage of unknown origin. Good luck, I don't have anything else to offer you unfortunately.
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