AnyTitle Deleter MOD is an unofficial mod by Red Squirrel of tona's AnyTitle Deleter, which allows you to completely delete (almost) any title on your Wii. This is useful as a space-freeing application, an informative application, and a paranoia tool.
It keeps all original tona's AnyTitle Deleter functions but it allows the program to show the real names of titles instead of just ID numbers, making it easier to select which ones you actually want to delete.
From MOD v3 it has also many new features, as a installed titles backupper, IOS chooser, display modes or the possibility to exit rebooting the Wii.
AnyTitle Deleter Modv7
Possibility to choose with which IOS to start the program!
Possibility to choose a display mode: ID + CODE + NAME, CODE + NAME and ONLY NAME
Possibility to display 20 titles per page in a more orderly grid
Possibility to backup all installed titles in a TXT or a CSV into SD root: will be written the Title ID, ASCII Code, Type, Name, Version and required IOS!
Possibility to backup ONLY unknown titles in a TXT or a CSV into SD root: will be written the Title ID, ASCII Code, Type, Name, Version and required IOS!
Possibility to read the titles name directly from Wii NAND (compatibility is at 99% from v7!).
Possibility to read the titles name from an external file named database.txt and placed in the root of the SD.
Possibility to exit rebooting the console: usefull if you want to install this application as a Wii Channel!
* Improved application's general efficency: now all titles names will be "obtained from NAND" at program's startup and saved in an array. In this way the program has not to reload them (re-accessing to the NAND) every time you change a page or a title group (like happen in past versions!) but it simply takes them from the array. This means a significant improve to the time efficency of the program (specially if you have many titles installed!)
* Improved the functions to get title names from NAND.
* Now titles names obtained from NAND will be displayed in your Wii system language!
* Added a function to get Hidden Channels names from NAND. I know it is not very useful at all because hidden channels are usually only three (DVDx, EULA and regsel), but if I remember well there was a tool (by WiiPower?) to create "homebrew" hidden channels, so this function could still be usefull to someone.
* Thanks to above news, now only DLC content titles have to take their names from database.txt, all other titles names can be obtained from NAND (compatibility is at 99%).
* Given the current high compatibility, now the program tries to obtain titles names from the database.txt only for DLC content titles!
* Many changes to the application's pages graphics structure!
* Now some of the program strings are colored to highlight some relevant concepts and to make the general graphics nicer.
* Now the titles will be displayed in a more readable "table"
* Increased the titles displayed in every page from 12 to 20.
* Removed the function to update the database.txt from network. Now that only few title names are taken from it (only those of DLC contents) this function is essentially useless.
* Added three display modes for the titles: ID + CODE + NAME, CODE + NAME and ONLY NAME.
* Now the 2 button is used to switch between the three display modes.
* Improved the titles uninstallation function.
* The uninstallation page now shows also many title's details: ID, code, name, IOS required, version and if fakesigned (thanks to bushing!).
* Improved brick prevention functions.
* Changed and improved the backup titles list function.
* Now you can choose between two different backup titles list modes: into a TXT file or into a CSV file.
* Now in the backup file of your titles list will be inserted also the title's version.
* A general clean up to the code.
You forgot the warning.
This homebrew makes permanent changes to your Wii's flash memory (NAND) and should be used with caution.
I'm going to have to give this a try, I never did figure out why any other version of ATD doesn't work on my Wii.
I've always wanted to try ATD but when i did try it, it gave me an error saying "Unknown SM" and it turned off. Probably because i have System Menu X but does this let you run on any SM version?
buggy for me... menu's/Title's out of place
sticking with v6 for now.
Sys Menu 4.1U - DriveKey - Bootmii/boot2 - PriiLoader 0.7 - cIOSx d2x-V8