Well, true enough if @ 4.1; 4.2, IOS 70 patched. Sorry if my post/meaning was "muddied."
Ya, I know I have IOS 70 patched but I just found it odd that nightstah pointed out that IOS 60 patched is needed.
krafter......try and see.......use showmiiwads and add ios60patched.wad to the sneek i highly doubt that would be causing ''no signal''
also try doing the prepare sd card for bootmii in hackmii installer to get a new ppcboot.elf
Last edited by Cile; 06-09-2010 at 05:14 PM.
this is the only guy i found that solved it
I finally made it! Im done with all those no signal black screens!!
If anyone wanna know thats what I did :
Downloaded the pre-compile nwe version of iosmodules and armboot from here : Sneek Official
Downloaded ioskpatch and elfins from here : Sneek Official
And used this batch do get a boot2.bin with SDCARD as NAND and no DI module support : Sneek Official Batch
To set it up your self without auto installer Downloads - sneek - Project Hosting on Google Code
Last edited by Cile; 06-09-2010 at 05:26 PM.
Also, I'm using 4.0E. Dunno if that makes any difference..
I got a bit confused about that whole "patched IOS"-thing. Is a patched IOS60 (70?) required for this? And if it is; What kind of patch is required?
Last edited by cethy; 06-09-2010 at 08:30 PM.
I got SNEEK working, using parts of Cile's tutorial, along with the "SNEEKInstallerv0.1b3-cred.rar"-installer from Google Code!
Here's what I did:
1. Extract the files from the Google Code-page, and open the .exe-file. In the GUI you select the folders where you want the installer to save the files it will download. Choose folders for both "SNEEK Files" and "IOS Files", and click "Get Files" on both. Insert your (in my case) empty SD/USB device, and select it using "Browse".
2. Under "SNEEK type" you select which SNEEK-installation you want, and then simply click "install SNEEK".
3. When the installation is done, you will have boot2.bin and a "bootmii"-folder, containing armboot.bin. Proceed to copy ppcboot.elf from the backup of your original bootmii-installation, to the new "bootmii"-folder on your sd/usb.
4. Next, I used the "BootMii INI Maker" included in the auto-installer, to create a new .ini-file on my harddrive. Copy this file to the "bootmii"-folder, aswell.
5. Copy your extracted nand to the sd/usb, and then you're good to go!
I'm sorry for these instructions being kind of badly written, but I'm very tired.. :P Hopefully you'll understand what I mean..
Thank you all for your replies, and a BIG thanks to Cile for posting the tutorial, and for your help!
Thank you for reporting back cethy much appreciated...
ADDED TO THE GUIDE.......
Last edited by Cile; 06-09-2010 at 11:42 PM.
Thank you Cethy!! This worked for me as well.
[Guide Updated & Improved added Some Extra INFO]
any mistake you find or you have suggestion pm me....(do not pm with question ask them here)