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    Homebrew channel on a usbloader...?

    I've seen somewhere before that some people seem to have a boxart for the homebrew channel (like a wii game) in either wiiflow or usbloadergx, etc. Is this accurate or am I just delusional? I was pretty sure I had seen it in a video on youtube a while ago but never paid much attention to it. I'm just know wondering, what exactly does it do and how does one do it? I assumeing brings you right to the homebrew channel. Also, is it possible to have vc games on your wiiflow, (usbloader of your choice) on there as well? Thanks for any helpful answers, cheers.

    edit: yes definetly, just watched a video on someone running all types of stuff off wiiflow, homebrew channel, photo, news, emulators, etc. phew! and I thought i was just plain crazy. if anyone can point me in the right direction on how to do this it would be a great help. thanks.
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    wiiflow 2.1+ has ability to launch titles of nand...

    you have an extra button in wiiflow ...to swap between nand & usb

    Channels - WiiFloWiki

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    Cile, thankyou for that link. Turns out I had upgraded everthing except the most important file, boot.dol. I see now that you can switch between the wfbs partition and then what appears to be all the channels on your system menu. Much of the boxart is comin up empty however(emulators etc.), I checked wiitd.com and found some of the art I was lookin for and put it in my sd/wiiflow/boxart folder but it dosent appear to be recognizing it. I'm assumeing the image has to be the correct name/ID inorder to match up in wiiflow. How would you go about doing this? I read around in that link but didnt find anything substantial regardin this. Again much thanks for your help, cheers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NewFang View Post
    Cile, thankyou for that link. Turns out I had upgraded everthing except the most important file, boot.dol. I see now that you can switch between the wfbs partition and then what appears to be all the channels on your system menu. Much of the boxart is comin up empty however(emulators etc.), I checked wiitd.com and found some of the art I was lookin for and put it in my sd/wiiflow/boxart folder but it dosent appear to be recognizing it. I'm assumeing the image has to be the correct name/ID inorder to match up in wiiflow. How would you go about doing this? I read around in that link but didnt find anything substantial regardin this. Again much thanks for your help, cheers.

    Two ways find the wads you installed and open them with showmiiwads it will give you the ID(usually people that make channels include the 4 letter ID in the name)

    if you cant find make a nand dump ....use showmiiwads to see everything on it...(more info in the sneek guide on this)

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    Cile, I thankyou again. Used showmiiwads and everything worked out well. Just missing a few randoms that I cant find on wiitd. Thanks so much for your help.

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