Wii Backup Loader Leaked

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    [IMG] Wii Backup Loader Leaked
    Eliminates the potential need for a modchip
    Users have reported that the Wii Backup Loader by the legendary Waninkoko has been leaked. Keep in mind that this is an early beta version of the loader and of course; you should use this entirely at your own risk. But what is the Wii Backup Loader? With this new piece of homebrew and Windows based software, you are able to play backup copies of Wii ISO's without having to install a modchip in your Wii. That's right, no more cracking open your Wii and soldering a modchip to the disc drive (not to mention voiding your warranty...).

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    You will however, need to install the Homebrew Channel in order to do use this (which requires a legit copy of The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess). You can see a quick and simple list of instructions below on how to use the Wii Backup Loader and you can download it from our GBAtemp Download Center (link below).

    Be aware that as this homebrew is currently in beta stage, and has been leaked - not released; there are obvious risks involved with using it, and there are already known compatibility issues with games and even specific pieces of hardware. So it's more of a taste of what's to come.

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    [IMG] Video of the Wii Backup Loader in action
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    Download removed in respect to Waninkoko

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