Considering Downgrading back to 3.2

Discussion in 'Wii - Hacking' started by Prince Valmont, May 12, 2009.

May 12, 2009
  1. Prince Valmont
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    Member Prince Valmont GBAtemp Regular

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    Alright, here are the specs:

    4.0U, HBC, CIOSCORP, Preloader .29, cIOS36 rev 9.

    Upgraded via 4.0 Updater (Not Nintendo's System Upgrade)
    Ran the IOS60 Updater (the 4.0 hack tools)

    See, I want to downgrade back to 3.2U so I can run any disc, PAL or NTSC, and have full compatibility. Games such as Endless Ocean and Guitar Hero III refuse to work unless booted by the Backup Launcher Channel. I thought it would be fun to run games from the SD Card, but it turns out I enjoy playing wii disc games more than the virtual console.

    Plus I could skin my system menu back in 3.2.

    So what are the steps I need to take to get back to 3.2?
    Firmware downgrader? cIOS downgrader?

    I see threads all the time about people who blindly brick their wiis, and I don't want to be part of that demographic. So if anyone knows the safe way to do so, please point the way.
     
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    Install cIOS36_rev10, Get a USB Portable HD and put USB Loader GX on your SD Card
     
  3. xTimmy

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    I used 4.0U with cIOS Revision 11 for my younger bro and sis, and we can load any game backup (minus the games that arent compatible period) but we dont use backups anymore, i bought them a USB HDD for her birthday and they use USBLoader (http://gbatemp.net/index.php?showtopic=147085) flawlessly
     
  4. Prince Valmont
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    Haha, ok. USB seems to be the way to go. Thanks guys.
    And thanks for the video!
     

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