That's right, it's a pretty good idea.
UGH, I already have a softmodded wii, but I am using the old version of the homebrew channel. I need to change which IOS it is installed to aparently and that requires reinstalling it via one of these methods. Is it worth it/necessary?
It's very worth it to have HBC run in Ios58 IMO, apps seem to load faster.Quote:
Originally Posted by cwjakesteel
HERE and extract directly to your apps folder. Launch your old version of HBC and run Hackmii installer. Simple as that... (BTW you must have IOS58 installed for it to run on IOS58. If the new version of HBC runs on any other IOS you need to download IOS58, install it, then reinstall the HBC again via the same method you just used)
so is this better than banner bomb? like...does this install bootmi as boot2 as well, or it just installs homebrew?
An exploit is just an exploit. It's used to launch some unofficial code (usually the HackMii Installer to install the HBC and BootMii). So it's no better or worse than BannerBomb. Just different.Quote:
Originally Posted by djhulk2
Does Wilbrand simply create the exploit no matter what mac address you put it? I ask because my prefix is not recognized on the please.hackmii website therefore it will not create the zip file for me it just gives me a message at the bottom of the page saying "The exploit will only work if you enter your Wii's MAC address." And I am guessing this is because it checks the Nintendo mac address database for my mac address. And yes I am putting in the right mac address because I even took a picture of it to insure I was doing everything right and yes I did select 4.3U system menu even though it was selected by default. Even my serial number doesn't show up its all just cooky. My prefix is 8c.cd.e8 and from what I have researched it is not even a registered prefix for Nintendo...Anyway any help or answers would help a lot. Thank you