Yeah, like the title reads, is that possible? I'm well aware that we can create forwarders via the Haxchi method, however, they can only be on your USB drive and not the NAND, otherwise your Wii U will freeze when you try to load it. So I know the Haxchi method alone doesn't achieve the desired result, but is there some other way to create a channel with an .elf homebrew to be bootable from the NAND?
If you're curious why I ask, it's because when I quickboot Wii U games from my USB Drive in Tiramisu, my Wii U only brings me to the main Wii U menu. Though NAND stored titles quickboot perfectly. This is not a universal thing, some people have no issue quickbooting USB games, others get an error after the quickboot screen than their drive was disconnected. I'm not sure if anything can or will be done about that. So for the time being, I'm just storing my favorite titles to the NAND.
I want to be able to quickboot Tiramisu into SDCafiine, so I created a channel, but of course, I run into the dumb problem: the channel needs to be on USB to boot, but my Wii U can't quickboot into anything stored on my USB drive at this time.
Seems like if I could convert the .elf to .rpx, it could be packed into a channel with NUSPacker, but from my looking around, that doesn't seem to be easy to accomplish. But I also noticed that the Homebrew Launcher itself is a .elf homebrew, yet that was able to be turned into a NAND bootable channel forever ago. Is it possible to create a channel for this .elf homebrew in the same way the Homebrew Launcher initially was, however that was done?