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    Utilitii - Complete Wii utility for macos x

    Utilitii
    Latest Version : 0.3 alpha
    Update: will have a USB game channel creator soon!
    Utilitii is a complete wii utility for mac. It combines a WBFS manager, NUS Downloader, hbc app manager and many other things.
    Disclaimer:I take no responsibility for anything that may happen to your computer or wii after using this app.
    USE THIS AT YOUR OWN RISK!
    (Although I doubt anything bad will happen)
    This is a pre-alpha build and most features will not work. I would like feedback about the gui and features additions. i would also appreciate it if someone would design a better icon.
    Feature list:
    Iso patching
    Channel creator
    U8 unarchiver: done.
    Wad2nand
    Automator support
    Wiiload
    WBFS Man: done.
    Channel creator (like loadstructor) : in progress
    Many more...

    Thanks.
    XE (My username is Utilitii now)
    download 0.3a : Utilitii 0.3a.zip
    Last edited by Utilitii; 09-18-2010 at 05:05 PM.

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    It looks like it could be very useful. I'm happy to give input once you've added a few working features. For now the window looks fine, maybe add a min/max capability to it. Besides that I don't want to make any suggestions without knowing what you're planning on adding.

    For instance I would suggest adding a drop down menu in the NUSD section, similar to the actual NUSD, which provides a list from which to select the IOS & version to download. Then adding to that, the ability (similar to ModMii) which allows the user an option to patch/not-patch that IOS automatically after it's downloaded.

    Maybe a more comprehensive list of features you plan on implementing?
    "I think that the Wii is a beautiful piece of hardware, and a broken Wii is a tragedy. It doesn’t matter why or how." -- Bushing

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    Nearly everything works, I didn't add the resources folder because I need a little time to organize all the sources

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    Oh ok, well I'll keep following along to see how your app develops. Like I said, looks promising and we definitely need something decent on the Mac side. It gets a little old switching over to Windows every time I want to work on Wii-related ventures.
    "I think that the Wii is a beautiful piece of hardware, and a broken Wii is a tragedy. It doesn’t matter why or how." -- Bushing

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    Works great on my Mac. Would really more options to the NUSD part of the program. Overall, a really great app that I've wanted for a long time

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    It doesn't even load on my mac. 10.5.8 Intel

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    Is this only for 64 bit or Snow Leopoard? This is all I get on 10.5.8 "You cannot open the application “Utilitii” because it is not supported on this architecture."

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    sorry, I'll upload a 32-bit leopard build tomorrow.

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    I need some help with the NUSD. I don't understand how the program should get the title name. Ex: nus.cdn.shop.wii.com/ccs/download/0000000100000002/titlename
    How do I get that title name and are there more than 1 title?
    Thx

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    Quote Originally Posted by XarcusEater View Post
    I need some help with the NUSD. I don't understand how the program should get the title name. Ex: nus.cdn.shop.wii.com/ccs/download/0000000100000002/titlename
    How do I get that title name and are there more than 1 title?
    Thx
    Not sure how myself (think its one title but could be wrong)

    I'd suggest taking a look at the database.xml in the Windows NUSD. Here's an example.
    Code:
    		<name>Nintendo Channel</name>
    		<titleID>00010001484154XX</titleID>
    		<region>2,5,10</region>
    		<ticket>false</ticket>
    Sorry if it didn't help. If I was on a Windows PC I could have done more exploring myself to help out.

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