Betwiin v.10

Discussion in 'Wii - Hacking' started by pembo, Aug 10, 2009.

  1. Lexip;

    Lexip; GBAtemp Fan

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    Is there a way to get console key from bootmii?
     
  2. Black_Knight_666

    Black_Knight_666 GBAtemp Fan

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    Is there any other way about getting ur console key without that app that comes with boot mii? I dont have net access
     
  3. suchatd

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    How to get key and dump from bricked Wii?
    Can i use infectus2 to get it?
     
  4. HiBit

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    No, you can't because the NAND is encrypted and thats the reason why the key is not stored in the NAND.

    The NAND key is programmed in an otp area on U1 aka HOLLYWOOD.
     
  5. pm_41

    pm_41 GBAtemp Regular

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    Lurking in my Wii's NAND
    How come boot1 has to be the same? What about boot2?
     
  6. jackdanielchan

    jackdanielchan GBAtemp Advanced Fan

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    Hmmm, does that mean people with recent Boot 2 Wiis, install and older Wii's NAND and have the ability to install Bootmii?
     
  7. pspmte

    pspmte GBAtemp Regular

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    dont bootmii dumps grab the nand keys?
     
  8. FenrirWolf

    FenrirWolf GBAtemp Psycho!

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    Nope. If you saw the readme in the first post you'd know it won't work.
     
  9. SifJar

    SifJar Not a pirate

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    It is possible to get the keys from a NAND dump, so if your wii is bricked and you have bootmii as boot2, just make a dump and you can get your keys from it. as for checking the versions of boot1 and boot2, if your wii is bricked, I dont think there would be any harm in trying a NAND dump, you cant make it much worse [​IMG]
     
  10. pspmte

    pspmte GBAtemp Regular

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    SifJar how do we get the keys from the nand dump in detail pls?

    Matte
     
  11. WiiCrazy

    WiiCrazy Be water my friend!

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  12. HiBit

    HiBit GBAtemp Fan

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    I think the easiest way is to use a hex editor and copy>paste the keys direct from a bootmii NAND dump to the files nand-hmac and nand-key.

    The hmac-key is 20 bytes long and you find it on $21000144
    The nand-key is 16 bytes long and you find it on $21000158



    Edit:
    At this time the link from bushing is down.
    Sorry, now it work.
     
  13. pspmte

    pspmte GBAtemp Regular

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    So guys it really looks like we have a full unbrick method
    has anybody ever installed bootmii manualy with the infectus ?
    So as bushing says the keys are stored in the NAND.bin bootmii makes
    so we now need to put all this info together and open a wii unbricking forum
     
  14. SifJar

    SifJar Not a pirate

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    Why? What possible reason is there for needing a wii unbricking forum?
     
  15. UranusKiller

    UranusKiller TranceMaster

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    it will clear the rubbish from hacking and other sections, by threads moving into the "bricked wii section". Although bricking nowadays, seriously? :/
     
  16. Gabber

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    wikkid
     
  17. pspmte

    pspmte GBAtemp Regular

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    More thread than forum

    think it would be a good idea, I'm going to get an old bricked wii hardwire an infectus on to it
    then buy a tsop48 socket there will be my unbricker
     
  18. SifJar

    SifJar Not a pirate

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    what is a tsop48 socket?
     
  19. pspmte

    pspmte GBAtemp Regular

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    Where the NAND flash is you replace it with a socket
    so u can instert nands into it ie a programer
    so tsop48 sock fits the wiis NAND flash
     
  20. SifJar

    SifJar Not a pirate

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    Oh, so it lets you flash the Wii's NAND?
     
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