AK2loader folder vs. loader folder

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Dec 17, 2009
  1. Quick Man
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    Ive been reading the wiki and can't seem to find any info about the differences. I got the latest AKAIO loader though and overwrote the one that was in the /loader folder because thats where I'm thinking it belongs. My /ak2loader folder is empty. Is that where the back ups go or something?
     
  2. BoxShot

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    ak2loader = the ofw for the ak2 files that can be used as a loader (we all know the ofw is crappy so don't bother)
    loader = loaders for how akaio handles games
     
  3. Quick Man
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    What does ofw stand for [​IMG] So I don't need to mess with it?

    And backups can go anywhere is what I've been reading... This is just like wii homebrew stuff.
     
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    Newcomer pokemonfan4ever Advanced Member

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    I think ofw means official firmware
     
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    Newcomer markg140 Newbie

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    ofw = official firmware i think.

    Edit: Dam I got beaten to it.
     
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    Yeah original firmware or the ones made by acekard in this case. Anyways yeah anywhere but I suggest you make a folder on the root called games and put them there.
     
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    Cool. I got it all now.

    Thanks guys.

    Looking at about T-minus 1 min for a first boot up wit da games. It already loaded the card fine. Now its on to the games!

    EDIT: And fail, it doesn't show anything at all under microsd:/
     
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    Careful! "Anywhere" is a bit misleading. Do NOT put files you want access to in the _aio folder (games, etc) as this folder is hidden. I suggest what BoxShot said: make a Games folder in the ROOT of the card!
     

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