Trucha Bug Restorer 1.12 by WiiPower
The purpose of Trucha Bug Restorer is to get IOS with the trucha bug on all Wiis with system menu up to 4.2. Usually the error codes -1017 and -2011 indicate that the trucha bug is required and missing.
Trucha Bug Restorer restores the Trucha bug to IOS36 and IOS37 on a Wii with no the bug present. It works by downgrading IOS15, then using the downgraded IOS15 to patch and install IOS36 with Trucha Bug, ES_Identify (ES_DiVerify), NAND Permissions Patch and version check patch (or any combination of the four), then uses IOS36 to upgrade IOS15 again. This downgraded IOS15 works fine for TBR, but may not work for other things. It is perfectly safe and functional on all Wiis.
These patched versions of IOS36 and IOS37 can be installed into other slots, to prevent them being overwritten by updates, or to allow them to co-exist with original unpatched versions of those IOS.
-Added version check patching (this prevents error -1035 on downgrading titles)
-Forces the patched ES module to be NOT shared (will reduce used nand space eventually if the installed IOS is overwritten)
-Disabled all patches except the hash check for IOS37, the patches either don't work or are useless on a patched IOS37
Source:Trucha Bug Restorer release - GBAtemp.net
I'm going to have to try this, somewhere along the line I lost the ability to use any title deleter. I think this is just what I was looking for. I was having a look about the readme and WiiPower has done an exelent job explaining everything in there. Now, if he could just get IOS222 or 223 to work with Noegamma.
From what little I know (never having talked to him, just seen his posts on the subject) it seems to me more of a conscious decision to purposefully not support it, than inability to support it.
Originally Posted by Stomp_442
I know that he doesn't want to support IOS222/223 because he claims that it don't work to well with disc loading, but Neogamma is also a USB Loader too, and if the usb loader function of Neogamma will not support IOS222/223, then it is a failed usb loader and he may as well remove the usb loader from his NeoGamma backup disc launcher.
Originally Posted by nightstah