Guys www.Modsupplier.com Has filled Pre orderes and has them ready to ship
does ship international david is a top bloke have any problems he be happy to to help..
I think its great price for what it does and what it can do in future
the only thing I don't like about the idea of the Wode is that you have to get up from your comfy couch to 'change' games, whereas with the current usb loaders, it's just a case of pointing at the game you want and away you go
They're working on a channel output of sorts which works with the gc controller.
Yes wont be long before they make a channel i aggree with you but least you dont have to stuff around IOS etc all time
Question... Do I need the special LG drive to rip my Wii Disks to HDD as ISO? or just about any drive should be good as long as I am doing ISO? Also, any preferred PC software utility to achieve this? I am asking this in context of usability by Wode only and not the general rip question.
Thank you for your help,
It is possible even without the WODE to make a back up of your game presently simply by using your Wii to do it. Most people do not like to use there Wii to do it. There have been many many threads here about the pro's and con's of using the Wii optical drive to do so and I am not going to rehash all that.
The ripping of your games directly to the USB HDD is most probably going to be included in a future update, most likely the one after next. At this time I sort of get the impression that on-screen control of the WODE is the priority for the next update of the firmware. But yes it is certainly possible and I am quite sure will be available quite soon.
The question you have asked is dealt with in some detail at the WODE forum.Code:http://www.wodejukebox.org/index.php
But for now if you want to use your PC to backup your games you do need the LG drive.
@wiifan 33, there is nothing to stop you from still using your current channels/apps installed on a soft modded wii.
For the quickest way to rip games I use wiiflow, click the gears icon (settings) then click install and it asks you to insert the disc you would like to rip then click "GO" it will take a few seconds to load, then the screen will change to a progress bar once it says 100% you're done. Time to rip will depend on game size, Wii sports took just under 2 and a half minutes to rip to hdd. Thats all there is to it, the game will show up in your list of iso's on the hdd instantly, usb loader gx can do the same thing but I've had bad copies using that.
As said above alot of people are still asking how to rip iso's so I'll make a quick video when I have the time.
I may get a wode eventually but for now I just can't see myself paying that much for it as the only added feature of intrest for me is the ability to play gamecube back ups via usb.
Since this thread is about the wode would it be possible for someone to post a few links to where you can buy the wode ?
For each region if possible as the site I saw was Austrailian and I'm in the UK.
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Is there a way to downgrade my 4.2 so I will not have to load via SD card to play PAL and NTSC iso's? I want a set and forget type scenario, is this possible at the moment?
One more question If the iso title exceeds the length of what can be shown on the lcd, does it scroll across?
eg ifyou have ############-1.iso as one game and the sequel is ;
Will it scroll across to show you if you are playing 1 or 2? or just rename it to a shorter length to display on the LCD?
It seems that a firmware update could fix thi if that s the case.
There you go mate the official distributor list.