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    Anything easier than CustomizeMii?

    Hi. I would like to make some homebrew games easier to load for my kids. I downloaded CustomizeMii but I don't really understand it. Is there an easier wait to create a forwarder or channel for homebrew apps?

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    Why don't you just use the Homebrew Channel?
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    I have the homebrew channel installed. I have small kids and want to make it as easy as possible.

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    I thought so already.
    Well, I do not know which games you want to make a channel for, but as far as I know, CustomizeMii is the easiest application to use.
    I can make forwarder channels if you want, or give the ones I currently have for some homebrew games?

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    There isn't an easy way to do it. Using CustomizeMii is dangerous, unless you know exactly what you are doing. I strongly suggest you don't mess with wads, since you could cause a brick. TheBandicootAddict may be able to make safe wads, but installs can still go wrong.

    Personally, I would rather spend five extra seconds to select a game than risk bricking my Wii with a wad.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JoostinOnline View Post
    but installs can still go wrong.
    That is true, but installing a cIOS is just as dangerous as installing a safe forwarder channel, and everyone does that, too.
    I agree with you, though. I'd also just load up the Homebrew Channel.

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    Wiijohn has a guide on setting up for the kids. Pretty much use priiloader to boot into a usb loader so all they have to do is click the game' picture to play after they start the wii

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    Quote Originally Posted by junkmail View Post
    Wiijohn has a guide on setting up for the kids. Pretty much use priiloader to boot into a usb loader so all they have to do is click the game' picture to play after they start the wii
    Yep, but the problem is that the OP doesn't mention what sort of homebrew applications these are.
    It can be a USB loader, but can also be a homebrew game... :/

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    This forum has the fastest replies I've ever seen. I have Configurable USB Loader installed. Can it load homebrew games along with backups? I have Kids Paint, SuperTux, Super Mario War and Shooter. If all else fails I'll delete the extra crap off the Homebrew Channels and that will help.

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    This forum has the fastest replies because there is such a big and helpful community.

    Well, what do the kids exactly want? Load CFG USB loader when the Wii boots? Or do they want everything in the Wii System Menu as channel?
    I have a forwarder channel of both Super Mario War and Kids Paint of which I am entirely sure they are safe, but not of SuperTux and Shooter.

    But you should ask yourself/the kids if it is worth the (low) risk of breaking the console?

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