Hermes has released version 5 of his custom IOS installer.
1. Start HomeBrew Channel and start the cIOS 222 Installer
2. Read the warning message and push A
3. Select IOS249 to perform the install with D-pad left/right and push A
4. Select to Install Custom IOS 222 and select IOS38 merged with IOS37
5. Wait for download and installation to complete
6. Start HomeBrew Channel and start the cIOS 222 Installer again
7. Select IOS249 to perform the install again
8. This time select Custom IOS 223 and select IOS38 merged with IOS60
9. Finally, use IOS249 to perform install again.
10. Select Custom IOS 224 and use IOS57 as base.
*IOS223 gives you an alternative option for merged IOS in this way. It is exactly the same as IOS222 otherwise.
*Experiment with other merges or not merging at all if neither of the options provided here work for you
DownloadCode:Change log (v5): * Now uses only pure ios to install the cIOS * Added the ability to install the ios224 * Added new patch to work with mload and ehcmodule * Now all cIOS are installed as version 65,535
Last edited by ShadowSonic2; 02-10-2010 at 06:04 PM.
Cool. Will give this a try soon.
"I think that the Wii is a beautiful piece of hardware, and a broken Wii is a tragedy. It doesn’t matter why or how." -- Bushing
havin alittle bit of issues doesn't give the options for merging ios's for 222 or 223 it just installs the ios itself after downloading them. so far nothing seems to be running with 222v5.
update: goin back to v4 v5 screwed things outta proportion. alot of bugs with alot of apps.
Last edited by trigger_ftu; 02-08-2010 at 05:33 PM.
I update my tutorial to install hermes v5, look in my signature. Or, you need to down load the 4 IOS's with NUSD and put them on the SD card (or FAT partition), then install that way. There is no network install with this installer.
I think I'm going to try this out tonight. Do you know if any of these changes will fix sd transfer issues with RB2 DLC when running from usb loader?
Yeah this update just completely wiped the flash drive. I'd suggest doing this thru SD. I didn't have an issue there.
13 Wii's, 6 PS2s, 17 PSP 2000's, 7 PSP 1000's, 1 XBOX360's, & 3 iPhone's hacked and counting...
Yeah buddy, rollin' like a big shot.