NUS Downloader - v1.2 Beta

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Jul 6, 2009

NUS Downloader - v1.2 Beta by WB3000 at 8:41 PM (23,844 Views / 0 Likes) 111 Comments

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    WB3000 New Member

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    Due to all the help in testing, NUS Downloader v1.2 has been released in it's final form.

    Thanks for all the help! [IMG]


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    WARNING! Spoilers inside!


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    s3phir0th115 New Member

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    This looks like a very nice advancement. And it would save me from having to pull out additional tools to trucha patch things.
    The database feature is also very nice. It will allow me to finally easily generate a complete IOS collection.

    I will test the trucha feature soon. Thanks for this.
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    After downloading a WiiWare title the "Start NUS Download!" button doesn't appear/reset again.
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    WiiPower New Member

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    I love your tool. Could you please change the wad filename to the format nintendo uses on the discs?
    Like IOS30-64-v1040.wad, IOS36-64-v1042.wad or IOS36-64-v3094.wad.

    Also i don't understand what trucha related you actually do. Do you trucha sign the contents or do you integrate the trucha bug into the contents?

    And you can just download VC/WiiWare from NUS? That confuses me a lot.
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    carbonyle New Member

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    Same here
    This new version is just awsome! I use NUS quite often, it's a very good thing and now with trucha patching it's even better
    EDIT: one thing, without common-key we cannot decrypt content but we can still do the trucha patching... disapointed
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    they all show in the title database: http://wiibrew.org/wiki/Title
    so maybe that why NUSD can download them
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    s3phir0th115 New Member

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    I haven't tested trucha yet but, astoundingly, I was able to generate a working Opera Internet Channel wad. I'm not sure if that's pirating or not.....

    Anyway, on to trucha patch testing now.
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    WiiPower New Member

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    If you can download and install it, i fear now that this fact is revealed the NUS server as we know it, will soon be shutdown. I really hope there's something missing so you can't install the stuff you loaded from there.
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    I really don't know how that's happening, but I'll look into it.

    And probably just as another warning: I have done little trucha testing. Don't be too mad if it doesn't work/install!
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    tj_cool Stuff

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    what if someone finds out how to add the ticket (if thats possible)? Would they work?
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    WiiPower New Member

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    So it's basically the same what WiiPartitionBinChanger from the WiiScrubber package does. It would be nice to select what to download, download, change the ids, and then pack a wad with it. If you do not already plan to do that of course.
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    I'm afraid it's already been done without this program (a few weeks ago before NUSD). Luckily the method won't be available to all the public cause it's on a site which has it's registrations closed
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    Ah Ok. Was just interested. I have no plans in downloading VC/WW with NUSD.
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    WB3000 New Member

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    Regardless of any sneaky piracy sites, what my tool downloads is completely legal. I will never filter what title IDs are allowed. If Nintendo wishes to change their setup they may do so.

    I have honestly never heard of tickets being distributed alone, however if you go that far it's just as easy to find whatever you want completely packaged for you.
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    I tried to grab the Nintendo Channel and was told "This title has no ticket and cannot be packed/decrypted". What exactly does this mean?
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    Tickets are a crucial part of all Wii Titles, and some titles (mostly VC/WiiWare) require purchase before you are given a ticket (this is all Wii side). The Nintendo Channel is odd in how it is not publicly available.

    In the database, a (-) indicates no ticket, a (+) indicates an available ticket.
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    Alright, I tested the trucha patching feature on IOS60 and IOS61 to install on my wii. The results seem to be good.

    I ran SignCheck on my system. ---> http://wiibrew.org/wiki/SignCheck

    It indicated all of my IOS's are trucha capable except for IOS37 (I may fix that with NUSD soon.) This would include the IOS60 and IOS61 I generated with this program, so I would deem it working.

    I also installed the shop channel to check for IOS61 functionality. It doesn't black screen this time, instead it now produces an error 002 screen. I suspect the channel has a form of copy protection that detects trucha patched IOS's?

    Either way, looks like it works. I tested on getting IOS60, IOS61, Trucha IOS60, Trucha IOS61, and the Opera Internet Channel. All of them created and installed fine. Although I'm not sure why the shopping channel is acting as it is.
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    I see. Sorry for the n00bish question, and thanks for your reply. The program looks extremely polished based on my experimentation, so great job.
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    carbonyle New Member

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    Ok i've done my test too. SignCheck give me same log: IOS are trucha capable but tha's not true.
    I've try to use those IOS-trucha-patched with wadmanager (just try to install a forwarder) and It give me a -2011 error wich generaly mean: your IOS is not trucha capable

    (I've test 38 60 and 61)
    ps. IOS60 is working: didn't brick on my 4.0E wii (good new, but anyway i've bootmii as boot2)
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    There might be a bit of a clarification issue here. NUSD does not enable the trucha bug, it rather trucha signs the title itself. Normally, you are not allowed to change values such as the Title ID, required IOS, version of the title, etc. By trucha signing the tmd/ticket, you can change these things.

    So carbonyle: The IOS modules are indeed signed, but they still need the signing bug inside of them (you probably got one of the latest 4.0 IOS modules with the bug patched.)

    The main purpose of the feature is really to do certain patches such as changing the IOS the system menu/other titles need, etc. IOS modules are normally not trucha signed, as they don't need to be modified with the exception of replacing the signing bug inside them.

    (Hope that made some sort of sense). [IMG]

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