For NTSCU versions of Super Smash Bros only (RSBE)
Stack Smash.rarDelete all the custom stages you have. Then copy the contents of the folder to the root of your SD card, then start brawl and go to the stage builder, it should launch boot.dol from the root of your SD card.
Wow, cant wait to try it, should be awesome, I'd really like to see Nintendo try to patch this exploit.
USING STACK SMASH TO MOD YOUR WII
FIRST DOWNLOAD AND UNZIP THE RAR AND PUT THE FILES IN THE FOLDER ONTO THE ROOT OF YOUR SD CARD
-LU64/65s and later wii serials CANNOT Downgrade or Upgrade, not sure if this is safe for them either.
-NEVER UNINSTALL IOS60, THIS CAUSES A FULL BRICK, A BAD INSTALL CAN RESULT IN THE SAME
-SD CARD MUST BE FORMATTED IN FAT32 FORMAT
-THIS REQUIRES AN INTERNET CONNECTION
-The Usual Warnings, No One else but yourself is responsible for any damage that may happen your console.
If you don't know where the stage builder
TAKE OUT ALL GAMECUBE MEMORY CARDS AND CONTROLLERS
1. Install Homebrew Channel and BootMii
a. Put the files from Put on sd card.rar onto the root of your sd card and insert it into your wii.
b. Start Super Smash Bros. Brawl and start Stage Builder
c. The HackMii Installer should run
d. Install bootmii, if you can install boot2 which can save you from most bricks if you can’t install it as an IOS, then go back and install Homebrew Channel.
BACK UP YOUR NAND (OPTIONAL)
Making a NAND backup with Bootmii is highly recommended, it will recover your Wii from 99.9% of bricks.
Use the same SD card you used to install Bootmii and make sure there is at least 530mb free on it.
Bootmii is very fussy about what SD cards it uses, so avoid generic ones and try and use a Sandisk or similar.
a) Put the SD card into the Wii, if you installed Bootmii as boot2 then it will load, if it is installed as an IOS go to the Homebrew Channel, press 'home' on your wiimote and select 'Launch Bootmii'.
b) Use the power/reset/eject buttons to navigate the Bootmii menu and select the icon with the gears on it.
c) Now select the icon with a green arrow pointing from the chip to the SD card and follow the on screen instructions.
D) In about 10 mins you will have a NAND backup, it is normal to have up to 80 bad blocks so don't worry if you get some.
e) Put the SD card into PC and copy the NAND backup somewhere safe, you can now delete it from your card. If you installed Bootmii as boot2 then also copy the Bootmii folder to your PC and either delete or rename it, otherwise it will load every time you switch your Wii on.
If ever you get bricked then copy the bootmii folder and NAND backup onto your card, do steps a) & b) again, using Preloader to get to HBC if necessary, then select the icon with the arrow going from the SD card to the chip.
2. Install a cIOS
a) Go to Homebrew channel and run Trucha Bug Restorer, load IOS36, press 1, read the warnings then select 'downgrade IOS15', select to load IOS from SD card then let it do its job.
b) Run Trucha Bug Restorer again this time load IOS15 on first screen, select the IOS36 menu & install patched (select 'yes' on all 3 patches) IOS36 to slot 36, again using IOS from SD card.
c) Run Trucha Bug Restorer again, load IOS36 and this time select restore IOS15.
d) Run cIOS38 r14 installer, select IOS36 as the one it should use and then select wad install.
3. Final Steps
a. If you’re on 3.2, launch homebrew and run preloader and press 1 to install it. After install your wii should reboot and load preloader. If it doesn’t Power off and hold reset while turning on.
b. Select 'system hacks' in the Preloader menu, and enable the hacks that you want - 'skip disc update check' and the region free ones are all you need. Select 'save settings' and wait for confirmation message to display 'settings saved'. Press B to go back, and enter Settings. Set 'Autoboot: System Menu' using D-Pad, then select save settings. Press B to return to main Preloader menu.
c. If you’re on 4.0 or 4.1, launch Wad Manager, select IOS249 and install IOS60-patched. Then follow steps 3a and 3b.
d. If you’re not on 3.2, use cIOS Downgrader and select 3.2u then follow steps 3a and 3b. If you want to go up to 4.1, launch wad manager then select IOS249 and install IOS60-patched then run waninkoko’s Firmware updater, afterwards follow Steps 3a and 3b.
e. Restart your wii and load homebrew channel then wad manager, select IOS249 and install:
Again restart. Then you can enjoy your softmodded wii. Use NeoGamma Channel to launch backups.
Credit: DogEggs for the original guide, i have slightly changed his guide for this exploit in fact most of these are the same as his.
Credit: Comex for his Stack Smash Exploit
Credit: Waninkoko for cIOS
Credit: WiiPower for NeoGamma
Credit: To All the authors of all the software involved
Last edited by ShadowSonic2; 08-22-2009 at 06:33 PM. Reason: unclear
Wow this is pretty cool :] Thanks for this~
MAKE ONE FOR PAL i say. then we would also be invincible. ignore the NTSC-J and K though.
Is the pal version of the hack ready ???
Also after I completed this hack would I be able to update using nintendo offical updates ??
Thanks in advance.
Last edited by Bash25; 08-27-2009 at 01:47 AM.
well... you need to have your wii hacked to play copied games, and the point of this is to hack your wii so...
Ok, I just got my wii back after having bricked it mieesing around with IOS60 and BootMii...it was my fault, but nerves and caution force me to ask. I read there was a menu update on 9/1/09....would it be safe to upgrade the Wii, then try the SSBB hack with this new update? Has ANYBODY tried it yet?
Sorry, my family would seriously consider hurting me if I did something to our newly repaired friend.
I keep on getting this message.
This installer can NOT continue!
There is no known vulnerable IOS installed on this Wii.
Please note that we will note sue a fakesigned IOS due to security reasons."
what am i doing wrong?
by the way, i'm on 4.2 and i dont have the homebrew channel