How to add Homebrew Apps to Wii Menu

Discussion in 'Wii - Tutorials & FAQs' started by SonicArena1, Jun 17, 2011.

Jun 17, 2011
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    SonicArena1 New Member

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    Hey all, i'm going to tell you about adding games and apps you have downloaded to your very own Wii Menu.
    ATTENTION: IN ORDER TO DO THIS, YOUR FILES NEED TO BE WADS.
    1: Download Multi-Mod Manager (http://mmm4wii.posterous.com)
    2: Open it in the Homebrew Channel, then go to WAD Manager.
    3: Download games and apps like USB-Loader-Forwarder-GX.wad.
    4: Press Install OR Uninstall.
    5: It will say Title, then it will say Checking Content (from 3 to 7)
    6: If it says OK!, go to your Wii Menu.
    7: There you are, your very own Homebrew Apps on your Wii Menu!

    Thanks for taking your time to see this thread. [IMG]


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    KiiWii New Member

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    Is this for real?

    What year is this?!
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    wow! i'm so enlightened!
    thank you!!!



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    8BitWalugi /egotistical stance

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    Story Cool Bro.
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    Taleweaver Storywriter

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    Erm...I'm not sure if you meant this tutorial to insult us, but frankly: it does.

    This is like trying to explain windows users how to reach the start button or how to tie shoe laces to a shoe seller. It may help like 1% of the ones you explain it to, but the remainding 99% will just think you're an arrogant bastard that thinks everyone else is a moron.


    Come back when ya find out how to really create channels from homebrew apps, wiseguy.
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    SifJar Not a pirate

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    Ace Overclocked My CPU's hot but my core runs cold.

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    wtf?
    this is verryyyyyyyyyyyyyyy old and this is to install WADS
    (wiiware/vc/dlc/forwarder channels/ some homebrew channels)
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    pistone New Member

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    thnx,ill try this out [IMG]
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    IceIceBird New Member

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    At least warn people that they can brick there wii if they install wrong channels (wads). And that they should have an patched system menu IOS before atempting this. And even better also a patched system menu. (priiloader or startpatch for ex)
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    ddetkowski New Member

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    Yeah, its his first post, so, he's gonna "come up with a brilliant guide" and share it.
    Noobs.....
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    luminalace New Member

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    At OP - Welcome to GBA Temp! Many people here are already pretty advanced when it comes to Wii hacking and many such "tutorial's" exist already!

    Still a pretty brave start for your first post!
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    PrimeTime 84 New Member

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    I don't think this is really possible. Someone tested?
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    Ace Overclocked My CPU's hot but my core runs cold.

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    it is possible but it's not for homebrew apps it's using wads to install channels and it is possible but you need a patched ios to do this
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    you sir, are a twat
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    SonicArena1 New Member

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    no-one asked you matthew. Anyway, read the first few posts.
    GET A LIFE, JERK. [IMG]
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    tagzard Tagzard the Crazy Dinosaur with Wings.

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    What? This is pointless.
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    shortz1994 New Member

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    damn people, what a way to make someone feel welcomed. here at gba temp. i'll tell you if this is how people said hi, when i first got here. i would have not have come back or been using this site for anything. to me the ones who are bashing this person, are the "twats, arrogant, an full of themselves.
    at least he was brave enough to post this, even though he is new. we all have to get our feet wet at some point. at least he tried. an to this is say thanks. an welcome. [IMG]
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    If you don't like the guide, give it a bad rating and be done with it.

    If you reply, at least give some tips on how to improve it or something.
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    To those who say this is useless: I know several people who need instructions like this.

    I will admit though that it is isn't of much use for the folks here at GBATemp.

    The fun part is making your own channels (especially making custom banners). CustomizeMii will do the basics, but if you want something truly unique, you gotta start playing with the BRLYT and BRLAN. SifJar's (really thorough) guide covers that. [IMG]
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    SifJar Not a pirate

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    Thanks techboy. I plan on adding some BRLYT stuff soon to make it even better [IMG]

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