CFW 4.1

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Aug 29, 2009

CFW 4.1 by kubas88 at 11:13 AM (1,278 Views / 0 Likes) 13 replies

  1. kubas88
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    Hello!
    Using Backup launcher 0.3 gamma you can start the most of the games but some titles are not working.
    Are they working in CFW 4.1?
     
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    this isn't a psp. there isn't custom firmware, there are custom IOS's. You have an outdated loader
     
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    What's a psp?
     
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    how do you have a wii and have never heard of a psp?
     
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    Oh sorry i didn't know that you mean the sony psp.
    So are the games that not work on backup launcher working in the menu with custom ioses?
     
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    what?

    even though i dont know what youre asking, ill try and help.

    update to system menu 4.1, use trucha bug restorer to patch ios36, use dop-ios to patch ios60, install cios38 rev14, and use neogamma R8 to play your backups.
     
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    or just use neogamma, dont allways have to update to new system menu
     
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    I had 4.0 with customs ioses and everything worked but then it get broken and now i've 3.2 with softmii 2.1.1 and i heard that it's the same as backup launcher 0.3 and some games are not working and i want to know if the games that not work would worki when i would have 4.0 with custom ioses again.
     
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    i dont what you are asking but i kinda lol'd at the "whats a psp"
     
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    I'm asking if for example the game Naruto Shippuden: Gekitou! Ninja Taisen EX is working if you have CWF 4.0
     
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    its not CWF! or CFW! listen to what everybody told you.

    get the latest neogamma backup launcher
     
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    But i want to run it with disc channel.
    When i write CFW(CWF was an error) a mean this.
     
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    Don't deal with that or softmii anymore, you're going to end up bricking your Wii not knowing the proper applications to use to update your system correctly. Read through my entire guide in the stickies/my sig. Then follow one of the guides linked at the end as long as you understand what you are doing. (If you do you shouldn't really need to follow one of the other guides, but you can use them as a resource to keep track of what you should be doing without having to go through as much text.

    Nothing about the firmware itself is "custom" made.
     

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