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    The Latest Configurable USB Loader Channels




    These Channels are made with CustomizeMii using a pre-existing channel.

    **Before installing any Wad you should have Priiloader installed**

    **These Channels use 15 - 23 Blocks**




    cIOS222 Version
    (For Hermes cIOS 222)

    [SPOILER="Old Channels"]
    Version 56
    Version 57 A
    Version 57 B
    Version 57 B2
    Version 57 B3
    Version 57 B4
    Version 57 B5
    Version 57 B6
    Version 57 B7
    Version 57 B8
    Version 57 B9
    Version 57

    Version 58 A
    Version 58 B
    Version 58 B2
    Version 58
    Version 59 A

    Version 59
    [/SPOILER]

    Version 60

    *UNTESTED - Install at your own risk - These channels now use IOS58 instead of IOS35*

    Version 61

    Version 62

    Version 63

    Version 64

    Version 65

    - - - - - - - - - -




    cIOS249 Version
    (For Waninkoko cIOS 249) - Note: ONLY works with FAT32/NTFS loading when using cIOSx Rev19 or higher.

    [SPOILER="Old Channels"]
    Version 56
    Version 57 A
    Version 57 B
    Version 57 B2
    Version 57 B3
    Version 57 B4
    Version 57 B5
    Version 57 B6
    Version 57 B7
    Version 57 B8
    Version 57 B9
    Version 57

    Version 58 A
    Version 58 B
    Version 58 B2
    Version 58
    Version 59 A

    Version 59
    [/SPOILER]
    Version 60

    *UNTESTED - Install at your own risk - These channels now use IOS58 instead of IOS35*

    Version 61

    Version 62

    Version 63

    Version 64

    Version 65




    Installation


    *Before installing any Wad you should have Priiloader installed*


    1. Copy the .wad file to the "Wad" folder on your SD Card
    2. Start HBC and Load Wad Manager
    3. Select <IOS249> -- Press A -- Nand Emulation <Disabled> -- Source <Wii SD Slot>
    4. Select the Wad file and Press A -- Press A again to install - Wait - Finished




    **Important & Recomended**


    If you want to use Themes, Cover Art, and save settings in the loader using these channels you will need to extract the folder below to a FAT32 device. This will work with an SD card OR a USB Device with a FAT32 Partition.


    Download Usb-Loader Folder and extract directly to USB:/ or SD:/

    *FAT32 Partition Needed for USB as mentioned*




    Optional -
    Forwarder Channel/HBC Loading
    If you would rather load from HBC or a Forwarder Channel see HERE.

    - - - - -



    [SPOILER="Changelog"]
    Code:
    26-08-2010 cfg v58 (release)
    * preliminary cios rev21 support
    
    25-08-2010 cfg v58b2 (beta2)
    * Gamercard support (Clipper, Daileon)
    * New options: gamercard_url and gamercard_key
    - These options work like the cover_url options
    and support the =+ operator to add multiple sites/keys
    - Keys and URLs are matched up in order
    - If you set a key in the list to 0, or leave out trailing keys, the
    respective sites from the URLs will not be tried.
    - The tags {KEY} and {ID6} can be used in the URLs.
    - Defaults are for WiinnerTag and NCard in that order, but with blank keys:
    gamercard_url = http://www.wiinnertag.com/wiinnertag_scrip...p;game_id={ID6}
    gamercard_url =+ http://www.messageboardchampion.com/ncard/...&game={ID6}
    gamercard_key =22-08-2010 cfg v58b (beta)
    * Added wiird setting to global options screen.
    (If the gecko is not connected the option is inactive)
    * Improved IOS base detection (from NeoGamma - by WiiPower)
    * New option: debug_gecko = [0],1,2,3
    write debug info to usb gecko
    
    22-08-2010 cfg v58b (beta)
    * Added wiird setting to global options screen.
    (If the gecko is not connected the option is inactive)
    * Improved IOS base detection (from NeoGamma - by WiiPower)
    * New option: debug_gecko = [0],1,2,3
    write debug info to usb gecko
    
    cfg v58a (alpha)
    * Support multiple slots for Waninkoko's cios rev20: 247, 248, 249, 250
    Changed option: ios = 247, 248, [249], 222-mload, 223-mload,
    224-mload, 222-yal, 223-yal, 250
    
    cfg v57 (release)
    * Added video patching mode from Sneek (by Crediar)
    changed option: video_patch = [0], 1, all, sneek, sneek+all
    
    30-07-2010 cfg v57b9 (beta9)
    * Added ID of 1.07 HBC to launch functions. (Clipper)
    * Allowed hex values for options that can specify a channel ID
    so the new HBC is supported. Value for HBC 1.07 is AF1BF516. (Clipper)
    * Scrollable list of updates (oggzee)
    
    24-07-2010 cfg v57b8 (beta8)
    * Added language selection to write_playlog (Clipper)
    * Improved playlog title detection: if the title for selected game language is empty,
    and playlog is enabled (but not set to a specific language) then try with english
    or the first language for which a title exists. (oggzee)
    * Fullscreen theme preview on button 1 (oggzee)
    * Download of theme preview can be cancelled by holding B (oggzee)
    * Moved theme preview images from themes/*.jpg to theme_previews/*.jpg (oggzee)
    * Optimizations of coverflow cover selection (usptactical)
    (realtime and compressed stencil buffer)
    
    13-06-2010 cfg v57b7 (beta7)
    * Initial jpeglib support added (usptactical)
    * Added jpeg error handling: bad jpegs will be renamed 
    to filename.bad (usptactical)
    * Theme Preview images (usptactical)
    option: theme_previews = [1], 0
    Determines if preview images can be downloaded and 
    displayed.
    option: preview_coords = x,y,width,height
    option: wpreview_coords = x,y,width,height
    Set x/y to -1 to use Cover x/y
    Set width/height to 0 to use Cover height/width
    * Using select = random option in coverflow scrolls
    covers to next game (usptactical)
    * Bug fix for clicking on titles in theme download 
    menu. (Clipper)
    
    08-06-2010 cfg v57b6 (beta6)
    * new option: select = [previous], start, middle, end,
    most, least, random
    Selects which game is picked by default on startup.
    The new default is the previous game played (to get old
    operation, set select=start).
    'start', 'middle' and 'end' refer to position in the list.
    'most' and 'least' refer to number of plays (in Cfg).
    'random' selects a different game each time.
    * new button action: random
    Selects a different game at random from the current list
    To use, assign to a button, like button_Z=random
    * Title/alphabetical sorting made case insensitive (oggzee)
    * clear_patches save bug fixed
    * cheat bug fixed
    
    25-05-2010 cfg v57b5 (beta5)
    * .wip patches now working
    * fix for .txt cheat detection (some cheats were incorrectly
    identified as editable)
    * New per-game option:
    clear_patches = [0],1,all
    When on (1) return_to_channel and the dvd check are disabled
    When 'all', then all .dol patches are disabled
    
    20-05-2010 cfg v57b4 (beta4)
    * Patch for Prince of Persia
    * new option: disable_pop_patch = [0], 1
    * new option: disable_dvd_patch = [0], 1
    
    20-05-2010 cfg v57b3 (beta3)
    
    16-05-2010 cfg v57b2 (beta2)
    * Theme downloading (via global options)
    * Themes provided by http://wii.spiffy360.com
    * new option: adult_themes = [0], 1
    Adult themes only shown for download if switched on
    
    27-04-2010 cfg v57b (beta)
    * Added warnings for stubbed IOSes (gannon, Wiipower)
    * Changed warning for IOS249 <rev18+FAT32
    to make it more intuitive.
    
    14-04-2010 cfg v57a (alpha)
    * After ripping a disc, you can push 1 to download images
    * new option: return_to_channel = [0], JODI, FDCL, ...
    Games will return to the selected channel ID
    e.g., JODI for HBC or a forwarder channel
    to reload Cfg.
    0 is the default Wii Menu operation
    Note: write_playlog won't work if you don't go back
    to the Wii Menu between games (only the last game
    played will be recognised in the log)
    * download_all_styles = 0 now downloads full covers
    if a coverflow GUI mode is selected. 2D images
    will be downloaded if the full download fails. 
    
    18-03-2010 cfg v56 (release)
    
    * omit false DL warning
    [/SPOILER][SPOILER="Credits"]Credit & Thanks
    CFG Usb Loader - oggzee, usptactical, gannon, dr clipper
    Forwarder Source - Narolez
    CutomizeMii - Leathl[/SPOILER]
    Last edited by oddgriffin; 02-07-2012 at 09:40 PM.
    Damn I suck!!!!

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    Okay here is my collection of Full Channels (No boot.dol Needed) for Configurable USB Loader. I tested all of these on 4.2U with no issues.

    Enjoy!
    Last edited by Krank; 01-30-2011 at 03:42 AM.
    Damn I suck!!!!

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    Bump on this. Anyone interested in the latest versions of the channels?

    Just wondering before I make them because I don't use full channels.
    Damn I suck!!!!

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    Just installed Version 60 Channel thanks for the thread, I wasn't too sure about Configurable usb loader, i've been using GX, thought i'd try it out and im happy with the results.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Krank View Post
    Bump on this. Anyone interested in the latest versions of the channels?

    Just wondering before I make them because I don't use full channels.
    Hey Krank, I'd be interested in an updated CFG channel (I believe v65 is the most recent version). I too normally use forwarders or just launch in HB, but every once in a while, I leave my SD card in the laptop and then wonder why CFG isn't loading.

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    K no problem, will likely update the thread this weekend. I will make channels for all the latest full releases and post them.
    Damn I suck!!!!

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    Okay I added the latest channels. They use IOS58 to boot instead of IOS35 and they take less blocks (due to using a different base forwarder).

    These channels are UNTESTED - Install at your own risk. I will test them when I have time.

    Alternate channels will also be added along with pictures of the channels when I get a chance.
    Damn I suck!!!!

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    You're the man, Krank! I think I'll wait until you test the channels out, as I did something stupid when I was new to softmodding and used Brick My Wii to update cIOSes, so I probably don't have the most stable system, although I haven't had any problems so far. *knocks on wood*

    EDIT: Couldn't wait. Installed v65. Works perfect!
    Last edited by 0saka; 01-30-2011 at 11:16 AM.

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