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    Quote Originally Posted by Jake~ View Post
    Newb question:
    Using this app, how do you uninstall a wad if it is no longer on the SD card? I mean you can't seem to select an already installed wad to uninstall if the original wad is not on the SD card.
    Use AnyTitle Deleter. Only thing you need to find out is what code belongs to which game/channel (for example, NARP belongs to Zelda: Majora's Mask). If you still have the WADs, you can put them on your SD Card and uninstall them through WAD Manager.


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    Use AnyTitle Deleter.
    Yup, I knew of this one. It is why I mentioned "using this app". Seems like WAD Manager could use this function as well.

    I figured that I would have to dig up the old app and get it back on the SD card, too bad.
    Thanks.

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    Wii Settings -> Wii saved data -> Channels and Data

    Why are you making it that complicated with using 3rd party apps?
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    Quote Originally Posted by YOCJ View Post
    Wii Settings -> Wii saved data -> Channels and Data

    Why are you making it that complicated with using 3rd party apps?
    Just to be clear, you are probably not in front of your Wii so, you mean the Erase in
    Data Management -> Channels

    I have read too many times that this is not safe. Is this total BS?
    Last edited by Jake~; 06-10-2010 at 12:04 PM.

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    You got me there.. :P
    I haven't touched my Wii for almost 2 months (university cr@p....)

    If he wants to uninstall a channel, I don't think this will be a problem, I always uninstall my channels through the Wii without any other apps.
    If he wants to uninstall an IOS, he must use any title deleter (unless he downloads the IOS as wad again and uninstalls it through wad manager).
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    Always uninstall wads if you want to delete a channel or a game that was installed by a wad. Meaning keep all the wads you install backed up on your PC. Then you always have them when you need to uninstall. you can uninstall from data management if you want but it doesn't remove everything.
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    YOCJ and Krank
    Thanks guys.

    Quote Originally Posted by Krank View Post
    Always uninstall wads if you want to delete a channel or a game that was installed by a wad.
    I install with WAD Manager (of course) on SD card \apps folder from HB. Still need to keep the wad?

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    Keep it if you want to delete it at some point. You don't have to keep it on your SD. Just move it to your PC and keep it there.
    Damn I suck!!!!

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    Ok. Easily enough done.

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    Quote Originally Posted by YOCJ View Post
    Wii Settings -> Wii saved data -> Channels and Data

    Why are you making it that complicated with using 3rd party apps?
    Because this leaves trash behind, like tickets.
    Just have the exact same WAD stored on your computer to uninstall it, this is the easiest and best way to uninstall games/channels.

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