Official CBHC v1.6 - ColdBoot HaxChi CFW

Discussion in 'Wii U - Hacking & Backup Loaders' started by FIX94, Dec 10, 2016.

  1. Tommy084

    Tommy084 GBAtemp Regular

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    Yes, its in the first file. The folder named «changes to the source».
    The second file have no source, i just replaced wiiuftp with drc.
     
  2. ladygugu

    ladygugu Advanced Member

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    oh sorry, must have missed that one :)
    Thank you
     
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  3. 9gennaio

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    what would happen if I open the app "DONT TOUCH ME" in the Wii U menu?
     
  4. Kafluke

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    It will perform like HaxChi before you installed CBHC. Just dont delete or move it to USB or reconfigure it in any way
     
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  5. Melon__Bread

    Melon__Bread ~It's A Magik~

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    So Just turned on my system on after a about a year (had everything installed and working fine), and it goes from CBHC => WiiU Screen (logo in bottom right) => Black screen with "-5" in top left.

    How screwed am I?
     
  6. godreborn

    godreborn GBAtemp Psycho!

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    minus errors usually mean something is wrong with the sd card or sd card slot.
     
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  7. pedro702

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    just press home button when seeing cbhc message and choose boot to sysmenu, you probably have it to bot to something on sd card that isnt there anymore.
     
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  8. snoofly

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    Pretty sure @pedro702 is correct:

    From the haxchi source : haxchi/dsrom/hbl_loader/sd_loader/src/entry.c
    a -5 indicates a failure on an open file command for read from SD. Nothing to worry about in terms of brick.

    status = private_data->FSOpenFile(pClient, pCmd, filepath, "r", &iFd, -1);
    if(status != 0) {
    private_data->OSFatal("-5");
    }
     
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  9. Melon__Bread

    Melon__Bread ~It's A Magik~

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    Looks like the card inside it had been touched at some point HBL was missing from app folder. Redownloaded it and all is well

    Sent from my LG-US997 using Tapatalk
     
  10. Cyan

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    he probably try to load mocha at boot, and doesn't have it anymore on the SD.
    or it's in the wrong folder.
    lot of users forget to put /apps/ in /wiiu/

    /apps/ <-- wii homebrew
    /wiiu/apps/ <-- wiiu homebrew
     
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  11. Melon__Bread

    Melon__Bread ~It's A Magik~

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    Nope just was missing HBL. Thanks for trying to help though =]


     
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  12. Cyan

    Cyan GBATemp's lurking knight

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    sorry, I quoted/replied before reading your answer :P
    I should take the time to read all messages first.
     
  13. CoinKillerL

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    What's the difference between 2.5u2 and 1.6?
     
  14. jbuck1975

    jbuck1975 GBAtemp Advanced Fan

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    2.5u2 is Haxachi ,1.6 is cbhc
    Haxachi you run every time you reboot
    Cbhc is more permanent method
    Don't install CBHC unless you have read about ALL of it first you can brick with cbhc
    First try Haxachi and make sure it works. You MUST have a legit purchased eshop game for the either or you will BRICK your console and it will be unrecoverable.

    Please read more about them.
     
  15. CoinKillerL

    CoinKillerL GBAtemp Regular

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    i already installed cbhc,omg,i was about to install haxchi on cbhc on the same ds game and if i didn't wait for an answer i would have bricked my wii u!! thank you :D
     
  16. sj33

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    If you have CBHC installed, leave it alone and don’t touch it. I doubt we will get another update for it anyway so just leave it as it is.
     
  17. brenoppr

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    I haven't really touched my Wii U for a good 8 months, and I see there's a new update for the Wii U. Is it safe to update even with CBHC installed?
     
  18. Lacius

    Lacius GBAtemp Guru

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    It is safe to update to 5.5.2 if you have Haxchi or CBHC installed.

    If one is still using the browser to launch CFW, then 5.5.2 is not recommended.
     
  19. brenoppr

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    Thx for your answer, but after trying it out I see that when using CBHC + Rednand, it automatically blocks updates from Nintendo. What can I do about it? Should I change the autoboot options in the start into something else?

    EDIT: Btw I'm using Mocha for Rednand. I'm pretty sure I got it from wiiu.hacks.guide but I can't seem to find it there anymore. Has it been removed because of the risk of bricking?
     
    Last edited by brenoppr, May 20, 2018 at 4:53 PM
  20. SirNapkin1334

    SirNapkin1334 Renound Aritst

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    Yes, boot into SysNAND. You may have deleted the update folder, you’ll have to remake it. If you still can’t update, you need to uninstall CBHC (but not Haxchi), and then install the system update without running Haxchi.
     
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