Hacking best way to delete duplicate channels on hacked wii?

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The best way AFAIK is to move the duplicate channels on the last page of the Wii menu and forget about 'em.
It worked for me !
Actually , being serious, it's a risky task to delete specific titles, so I would just live it as it is, really.
 

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You can get AnyTitleDeleter MOD or DB and they should tell you what ID is what channel.

As for the App XFlak was talking about, it's simply called Duplicate Channel Remover. Though it's quite old and possibly unsafe.


Whatever you do, don't remove the wrong title!
 

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tj_cool said:
You can get AnyTitleDeleter MOD or DB and they should tell you what ID is what channel.

As for the App XFlak was talking about, it's simply called Duplicate Channel Remover. Though it's quite old and possibly unsafe.


Whatever you do, don't remove the wrong title!

Removed some duplicate channels with Duplicate Channel remover, in my thoughts its not unsafe but you have to select the correct region when downloading the tool.

There is one for each region(USA, EUR, JPN) no KOR though.

Didnt experience any problems.
 

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G0dLiKe said:
Removed some duplicate channels with Duplicate Channel remover, in my thoughts its not unsafe but you have to select the correct region when downloading the tool.

There is one for each region(USA, EUR, JPN) no KOR though.

Didnt experience any problems.
Yeah, that's why I said possibly
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Good to know it works though I guess.
 
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