Thanks to diddy81 for his custom themes and tools, it's possible to install custom themes on vWii! This wasn't originally possible by normal means, but thanks to this script you can easily inject a theme straight to your vWii. I take no credit for anything in this tutorial, I am simply projecting his work into a tutorial you can follow. His original post is HERE You just need wupclient, Mocha CFW, and diddy81's themes & tools. 1) Download diddy81's script HERE 2) Extract the NTSC or PAL folder depending on your region 3) Download the latest wupclient from FIX94 HERE 4) Open the zip, browse to wupclient, extract wupclient.py and place it in the NTSC or PAL folder 5) Boot up Homebrew Launcher through either haxchi or browser, and choose Mocha CFW. It should reboot to home menu but with wupserver enabled 6) On your computer, open wupclient.py in a notepad. Scroll down until you see a line with an IP address, that looks like 192.168.1.50. Delete this and add your Wiiu's IP. Then save and close it 7) Install Python if you haven't already 8) Run the file called BackupxxxApp.py with Python, and it will automatically do all the work for you to download your vWii's .app file. It will take a while to finish 9) Once it's done, download diddy81's ThemeMii Mod HERE and extract it to your computer 10) Download the theme of your choice from diddy81's thread HERE (Be sure it's your region and for 4.3!!!) 11) Open ThemeMii.exe and go to File>Open and choose the .mym theme file you downloaded in step 10 12) Click on "Convert to .csm" and choose the .app file we extracted earlier from your vWii on step 8 13) Save it as theme.csm and place it in the NTSC or PAL folder depending on what you have 14) With your Wiiu still on, run "Injectxxxtheme.py" and it will automatically inject the theme file for you. This will take much longer to inject, be patient (You may get an error at the end. Ignore this, it succeeded) 15) Once it's done injecting, launch vWii as usual and your theme should be there! Yes through the normal conventional way of installing from Homebrew Channel using the homebrew app. But this injects the theme directly to vWii without being in vWii via IOSUhax. I tested it myself and got a red theme going in my vWii. This is an alternate method for custom themes that works.