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    WiiFlow v4.1



    WiiFlow has been updated to v4.1. Some nice features and modifications have been added to this release as well as bufixes. But, the most positive change is the vWii support and the ability to load WiiFlow with the cIOS of your choice. (249, 250, etc.). We also have a new WiiFlow Forwarder. See below for full change log.

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    Download WiiFlow 4.1
    Download WiiFlow Channel Installer v1.1

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    good news !

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    I tired it and it didn't work for me. I got it installed and I got the channel installed as well but as soon as i lunched it , it just locked up my wii and the control turned off. Maybe im doing something wrong. I dont know. I just back to my old version of wiiflow I have been using for over a year now and it works fine. I would like to get this one to work. Im on 4.3u .

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    Quote Originally Posted by RamosXtreme
    I tired it and it didn't work for me. I got it installed and I got the channel installed as well but as soon as i lunched it , it just locked up my wii and the control turned off. Maybe im doing something wrong. I dont know. I just back to my old version of wiiflow I have been using for over a year now and it works fine. I would like to get this one to work. Im on 4.3u .
    Let's see a sysCheck.
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    Here's a noob question, after I download it do I just place it in my apps folder in my sd, or is there a differant proccess

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    Quote Originally Posted by evelhorn View Post
    Here's a noob question, after I download it do I just place it in my apps folder in my sd, or is there a differant proccess
    You install it the same way you install any other app.
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    yeah, I knew that but for some reason I was spacing out that day. sorry

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    I'm not a pro at these things or anything, but wouldn't cramming everything into the NAND would just hog the space? I'm not against making it load faster, but if you, for example, have loads of channels and other stuff on your Wii, there's a good chance you will not want to waste your NAND memory?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SkepticalHippoh View Post
    I'm not a pro at these things or anything, but wouldn't cramming everything into the NAND would just hog the space? I'm not against making it load faster, but if you, for example, have loads of channels and other stuff on your Wii, there's a good chance you will not want to waste your NAND memory?
    Your NAND is your space, so yes. But I'm not exactly sure what this question has to do with WiiFlow.
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    The new version of WiiFlow moved some stuff to the NAND for faster loading, that's what

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