Bootmii Question

Discussion in 'Wii - Hacking' started by jebrown19, Jun 4, 2009.

  1. jebrown19
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    jebrown19 Advanced Member

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    Can anyone lead me to any development sites that can describe more fully how to access the full feature of the Wii when developing with Bootmii...

    The reason I'm asking is since Bootmii has the ability to restore the complete System NAND on a wii would it be possible to program a complete secondary wii System menu for multiple users to use when using the wii?? Basically personal preferences , (ie instead of booting to The Homebrew channel or some arbitrary .channel from the boot mii menu boot to a system Nand with different IOS's etc installed).

    This would also make it possible for users to run a "Newer/Virgin" system menu on their wiis when an SD card is not present, and switch to a hacked menu when SD is present.

    The reason I inquire is I'm tired of my Girlfriend getting pissed off every time I move the Disc channel or change the USB Loader when she just wants to play Wii Sports lol.

    Any direction to where I can find out more about this would be great.
     
  2. Mark McDonut

    Mark McDonut GBAtemp Advanced Fan

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    Team twiizers at hackmii.com would be the people to ask about that, but I don't really know if anyone is currently working on any of that and as far as I know, they try to stay away from any system menu hacking and try to moreso develop on their own platform, and unless you've coded for ppc before i doubt you'd be throwing anything together either, you'll just end up pissing them off and wasting their time.

    Other obvious option is make a linker channel wad to shut your girlfriend up using Yaulct 1.1 and keep it on the first page of channels. I have my most played usb games on my first page of channels.
     
  3. FenrirWolf

    FenrirWolf GBAtemp Psycho!

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    BootMii theoretically does have the ability to load custom system menus. It's just that none have been written for it yet.