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    How to remove one of two "Homebrew Channels"

    Somehow I have two "Homebrew Channels" on wii. They all work well. How can I remove one?

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    Retired WiiHacks Staff Tealc's Avatar
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    Wii data management, channels, remove.

    or

    Any title deleter, which is dangerous if you delete the wrong thing.
    Not really doing much Wii stuff these days.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tealc View Post
    Wii data management, channels, remove.

    or

    Any title deleter, which is dangerous if you delete the wrong thing.
    If this is a "built-in" function, what will those "channel removal" apps do? After the post, I found a "dublicated-channel-remove-v2" and run last night. It finished normally but didn't do the job to remove the 2nd HBC.

    Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by applepomme View Post
    If this is a "built-in" function, what will those "channel removal" apps do? After the post, I found a "dublicated-channel-remove-v2" and run last night. It finished normally but didn't do the job to remove the 2nd HBC.

    Thanks.
    Check out the readme that sould be downloaded in the same package as duplicate cannel remover, and you'll see that it removes duplicates of the photo channel and such. not the hbc :P

    you could use AnyTitleDeleterMOD, and remove one of the hbc's one is called HAXX, and the other is called JODI.

    The reason you have 2 is probably that you updated the HBCafter the release of the 4.2 fix.

    Since System menu checks for and removes HAXX, TT decided to install the newest version of HBC as JODI.

    But jou could click "Wii" on system menu, select "data management" then "channels" then click one of them, and select "remove".





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