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    Ca Getting Gecko OS on the Homebrew Channel?

    Hello everyone,

    I am very new to all of this and am a bit confused. I recently succesfully, through and SD card, got the Homebrew Channel on my Wii v. 4.2. Now I found out I need to get something called Gecko OS on it in order to load up the codes from the Orcarina Code Manager.

    I downloaded a Gecko zipped file and it is on my desktop unzipped and called, "Gecko1901" inside are a variety of different documents... what do I put on my SD card so I can get Gecko on the Homebrew Channel? That is my major problem - as I see so many .txt documents in the files and boot.elf, etc. I simply do not understand what goes into my SD card and then into the Wii.

    If you can please help me out that'd be awesome! Also, where do I click on to load Gecko? Do I just click the blue flashing SD card symbol on the Wii Menu to install Gecko like I did with Homebrew? Does it add itself to Hombrew right away? Or is it a new channel? Sorry, I am so confused...

    Thanks for any help!

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    The Geck OS filder will go into your apps folder on your SD card, then loaded through HBC. The best and easiest way to get homebrew programs loaded onto your SD in the correct way is to download homebrew programs through a nifty program called HomeBrew Browser. http://wiibrew.org/wiki/Homebrew_apps/Homebrew_Browser

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    Quote Originally Posted by s0ur View Post
    The Geck OS filder will go into your apps folder on your SD card, then loaded through HBC. The best and easiest way to get homebrew programs loaded onto your SD in the correct way is to download homebrew programs through a nifty program called HomeBrew Browser. Homebrew Browser - WiiBrew
    Thanks for the program info, I now have Gecko on Homebrew. So... do I know have to make a folder in my SD card called "codes"? I wanted codes for Mario Kart Wii so do I just copy this into a .txt document to test:

    RMCE01
    Mario Kart Wii

    P1 No Laps (Finish right away) [James0x57]
    48000000 809B8F70
    DE000000 80008180
    58010000 000000AC
    DE000000 80008180
    14000018 00000000
    14000024 00030387
    E0000000 80008000
    WARNING: If used online, this code may corrupt all save files on your Wii!

    type that into a .txt document and then load with the code mgr? Then export it into the SD card code file and then insert the SD card into the Wii and then boot up the game with gecko?

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    As I don't use cheats, someone else will have to come along and help you out.

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