Be sure you use AnyTitle Deleter 1.1.
Ok, so what are the consequences of deleting the homebrew channel at this point? Is there anyway to fix it? I know it was a very stupid mistake.Quote:
!!!!At this step, DO NOT Remove HBC or the turds will hit the fans!!!!
1. Hit the circle in the bottom corner and go into Data Management.
2.Then click on the channels bubble.
3.Find any unoffical channel.
4.Click on it.
5.Press on the "Erase" bubble to remove them.
-Rinse and repeat for every unofficial channel.
Thanks for the quick reply. I am uninstalling the softmod because I want to sell my console, I hardly ever use it. Just checked and I still have the NAND backup, if that could be any use?
Any advice on exactly what I should do.. It's been a year since I have messed around with any hacking stuff on the Wii.
Go here and just install HBC where it states in the guide, its the most complete reference to the exploits that i know i can easily pull up. http://www.wiihacks.com/recommended-...d-any-wii.html
I'm pretty sure most people would be more happy to receive a modded Wii than a non-modded one.
Anyway, get an exploit for your system menu version (find them here). Download the HackMii Installer and run it via the exploit (the WiiBrew pages for each exploit have instructions for it's use) and install the HBC again. If you can still get to BootMii (if it's installed as boot2), you can run the bootmini.elf included with the HackMii Installer through the SD card browser of BM. Again, I would recommend just fully modding your Wii and then sell it. Whoever buys it will probably be happier.