Waninkoko's 4.0 Updater does not, in contrast to the original update, update the WiiSpeak Channel. That's why we need to do it manually. Here is a quick guide on how to do this:[*]At first, you'll need NUSD by WB3000. Download and unpack it to a place you want. _[*]Run NUSD and check "Pack -> WAD" in the lower portion of the app. _[*]Regarding to the firmware you have, you need to insert following in the upper left input box: PAL (4.0E): 0001000148434650 NTSC-U (4.0U): 0001000148434645 NTSC-J (4.0J): 000100014843464A _[*]Press "Start NUS Download!" and wait until the program is finished. You can close it afterwards (The last line in the log window should be "WAD Created: 00010001484346**.wad"). _[*]Clear both input boxes and Start the NUS Download again with following TitleID: 0000000100000038. This is IOS56. Why do we need it? Simple: WiiSpeak Channel 1.0 uses IOS55 to run at, whilest it's said that it uses routines from IOS38. Anyway WiiSpeak 2.0 doesn't use IOS55 anymore, but uses IOS56. _[*]After downloading and packing was done you have two new directories in the same directory, as you unpacked the NUSD.exe. Those have the TitleID's you inserted in the app. In both of them you will find a wad file also with the same name. _[*]Navigate into the WiiSpeak-directory (it has the name of step 3) and rename the wad file to somewhat like WiiSpeak-64-v512.wad ...just for better overview. Rename the 0000000100000038.wad in the directory "0000000100000038" to IOS56-64-v4890.wad. _[*]Following steps are not directly necessary for the channel to function. Anyway they reactivate the trucha signing bug in IOS56. For now up to my knwoledge (and regarding to WB3000) WiiSpeak is the only Application that runs on IOS56. For this reason it's not needed to patch it. What we don't know is, if Nintendo wants to use it for later stuff where we might need a bug-enabled IOS56... it's your choice. You can always fetch this later. _ Update: Concerning to this thread and my own test on a 'clean' 3.2 Wii, you can install everything of this on a 3.2 Wii, but you will — for some reason — always have to leave out following steps (those, i grayed out). So you will install a clean IOS56. The patched won't boot WiiSpeak Channel 2.0 and will just display a black screen... _[*]If yo don't already have it, download alpha0000's wwPacker Package and install it. You will also need a file named commonkey.bin in the wwPacker's directory. That's what I can't link you, because of the board rules. Google anyways will find it fast. The same with the file cert.sys — there are some complete Wii filesystems around the net... Put both of them in the directory mentioned above. _[*]Now simply drag and drop the IOS56-64-v4890.wad (or whatever you named it) on the batch named task-wwpacker-freethebug.bat. _[*]The app will create some output. Just go sure, that you find a line similiar to Code: "0000000e.app" : 1 fixes _[*]It also generated a file IOS56-64-v4890 [Patched][FreeTheBug].wad, which is what we want. Mine has Size: 1,84 MB (1.936.576 Bytes) and is therefore a bit bigger than the original one._[*]Now, copy both wad files on x:\wad\ whereas "x" is the drive letter for your SD card. Go sure, that if you patched IOS56 with FreeTheBug, you copy the right one _[*]After copying is finished, you can move your SD card to your Wii hardware. _[*]Open up the Homebrew Channel, start WAD Manager (if you don't have it, google finds it in less than a minute for you ) and follow the instructions on screen. _[*]As usual install your newly copied wad files to your Wii — both the IOS56 and WiiSpeak Channel 2.0. _[*]You should just be fine with your new updated WiiSpeak Channel 2.0...After all, I want to thank agentm, NakedFaerie and WB3000 (alphabetical order, duh) for helping with the whole WiiSpeak 2.0 problem. I would like to say that this tutorial is a roundup of this thread. If I missed something — just tell me. Updated 2009-13-04.