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Discussion in 'Wii - Hacking' started by beegee7730, May 14, 2009.
I have installed bootmii as an IOS but dont know how to get into it.
homebrew channel home button menu i think
You access it through the HBC.
Got it, tbh, its dissapointing.
I knew I had a patched boot1 but I thought the IOS version would run at boot and support wiimote.
TT, your focus is on the boot2 hack, fail.
Of course that's the focus. They've always said that the IOS version would be improved later. Also, by its very nature it likely can't boot before the System Menu. It's not "fail" when they went out of their way to give you at least part of the experience that your boot1 denies you.
Best Non-Infectus nand backup/restore solution so far.
Give it time, it does what it's supposed to and if you don't want it autobooting to the bootmii menu delete your bootmii folder on SD which can be easily remade via the hackmii installer app and it will load the system menu instead.
I backed up my nand to a 2gb sd card i rarely use with a bootmii folder on it and made a copy to my pc and put it away in case of emergency.
Feels good, man.
why did you think that??.. as far as i know TT still have not released a System Menu IOS replacement..
check this out..
when discussing about IOS
I just wish preloader was being continued...
You got that wrong. BootMii IOS isn't for brick prevention, preloader replacement or nand backups. It's for support of both processors. Until now there are no applications that make use of it, it's a beta, wait for the official release!
Apparently this will be better than preloader. Hopefully future releases of bootmii will include the system hacks.
Don't compare preloader and bootmii. These are different applications with different aims, only brick prevention is an aim of both.
this is no fail, this is exacltky what bootmii was meant to be