I think you should add the term "NAND"... I've seen it a few times here and there but not real sure what it means. Thanks
What is NAND?
Not really doing much Wii stuff these days.
Maybe you could include the firmwares 4-4.2.
Many new mebers will be because they have such firmware,
but its not mentiond here.
Also IOS 15 because it's mentiond in modding tutorials.
Thanks in advetage.
This is outdated, I don't think it's going to be updated, there's another glossary around here already that is up to date.
thanks man alittle more wii worthy now ill keep reading tho much more info to absorb
You should add the term Forwarder. I'm still not really sure what it does and what is its purpose.
Hello, I just wondered whether there is any necessity to refer to the relationship between hard modded consoles and soft modding. There are many rom enhancements available now and have developed since the advent of this thread, and again, there are several soft mod options available. If one has a mod chip installed, are any specific soft mod options preferable depending on which hard mod is installed? and if I have a chip installed, do I need to approach soft modding - to play emulators etc, as if I hadn't had the console hard modded? in other words, do I start from scratch? The advice given above is excellent, as with other areas on the site, its all laid out very well, but with more people coming now with hard mods installed I'd appreciate a closer harmony with regards to advice directly between hard and soft modding, Thanks
(The hacker used the Zelda game... so maybe it was the "twilight hack beta 2"?)