Recent content by jhoff80

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    Hacking neek2o

    Oops, I feel dumb, thank you.
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    Hacking neek2o

    I was messing around this with a new NAND earlier and was wondering... is there any way to get NMM to work with DIOS MIOS in this? From what I can tell from my messing around it seems like I can either use neek2o or the official UNEEK+DI with NMM but can't get NMM with uneek2o+di. Just wanted...
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    Homebrew Wiirtual Boy

    I don't know how difficult it would be, but it'd be pretty awesome if this also supported side-by-side display of the two images for play on an actual 3D TV. Since it's only a port it sounds unlikely though, maybe?
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    Hacking SNEEK+DI quick guide

    Huh, so I was hoping Metroid Other M would work in SNEEK+DI for me by now, but still nothing. I wonder why I'm the only (or one of the few) one having issues with it still. Oh well, I can still play that with the retail disc off my normal NAND.
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    Hacking SNEEK+DI quick guide

    Tried both Dop-Mii, and extracting to the NAND with ShowMiiWads (downloaded via NUSD). Right now, the 4.3U NAND that's on there (including the newest IOS56) was downloaded and installed directly from the Wii System Update. I really have tried absolutely everything I can think of.
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    Hacking SNEEK+DI quick guide

    Well, Other M runs on IOS56. I've used IOS56v4890, v5405, and v5661, all unsuccessfully with it on SNEEK/UNEEK.
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    Hacking SNEEK+DI quick guide

    SNEEK+DI just doesn't boot Other M for me. No idea why, but I've tried my own retail disc, all of the dumps on the internet, 4.3U and 4.2U (both clean NANDs), r120 or r121, SNEEK+DI and UNEEK+DI, and nothing works. Those who say that they've got it working no problems... are you on a USA...
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    Hacking SNEEK+DI quick guide

    Yeah, I did the DiscEX -v mode, with no issues. Also tried creating a fresh NAND, with an IOS70, 4.2U system menu, and IOS56v5661, and have the exact same issue. I'll probably just wait until my actual disc comes, because I can't think of anything else to try.
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    Hacking SNEEK+DI quick guide

    I thought I posted more details on this thread, but it might have been elsewhere. When extracting with DiscEx, the game will show in the disc channel correctly. When I choose to play it, it shows the safety warning screen. And then, the screen goes black, a brief pattern of a few gray dots on...
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    Hacking SNEEK+DI quick guide

    This is just a wild guess but it might be because it's an incomplete dump? I have the actual disc shipping next week, so I'll find out then I'm sure. Edit: Extracting with wit gives me a loop of the safety warning screen.
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    Hacking SNEEK+DI quick guide

    Won't work for me in UNEEK+DI or SNEEK+DI, on a 4.3U or 4.2U wii, using r120. Extracted with DiscEx 0.4 or 0.5.
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    Hardware Proof 3DS uses DSi power cable

    The AC adapter to USB port type connectors like mentioned above do not have that limitation. Just because it's a USB connector on the 3DS (hypothetically) wouldn't mean it was always limited to 500mA. When connected to a USB port on a computer, it would charge at 500mA, and when connected to...
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    Hacking SNEEK+DI quick guide

    Huh.... I deleted all of my existing (4.3U) IOS installs from my NAND on USB, and installed the 4.2U versions, and now it's working all of a sudden. Not sure why that matters, but apparently it made the difference. Now the only thing that doesn't load is my HBC 1.0.7, but everything else works...
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    Hacking SNEEK+DI quick guide

    Either/or. Both don't work.
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    Hacking SNEEK+DI quick guide

    If you're talking about the whole DI menu for selecting games not working, that hasn't been true since r105. 4.3U works perfectly in SNEEK/ SNEEK+DI, but doesn't load at all in UNEEK/UNEEK+DI for me, whether I patch the system menu to verbose or not. But if you're referring to something...
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