DOP-IOS MOD 10

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  1. pepxl
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    Dop-IOS MOD V10 Released

    Dop-IOS MOD is a Wii homebrew program that lets the user perform six specific functions:

    1)Install any IOS

    2)Install any channel

    3)Install any system menu

    4)Install an IOS that accepts fakesigning on a Wii that doesn't have one (you can use SD, USB, or NUS to do this)

    5)Detect and delete stubbed IOSs

    6)Display your Wii's boot2 information


    You can control the program using the Wiimote, classic controller, or gamecube controller.

    http://code.google.com/p/dop-iosmod/downloads/list

    Changelog:

    Warning: Spoilers inside!

    Warning

    This application has the ability to brick your Wii if misused. If this occurs, YOU are responsible because you used the application. The authors take no responsibility for any harm done to your Wii by this application.


    Credits
    SifJar - Idea
    PhoenixTank - Crucial bug fix
    giantpune - Added the ability to detect and delete stubbed IOSs; Changed the application to keep downloaded IOSs on an external device and to look to install from an external device before downloading from NUS.
    Lunatik - Fixed NUS in the fakesign IOS installation section; Added code to support debugging errors; Added SVN Revsion number to banner.
    Arikado - Everything else


    its released ppl
     


  2. Eddie_Brock

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  3. tj_cool

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    Guide update time [​IMG]
     
  4. Blue-K

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    Lol...five minutes ago I asked myself if I should compile the newest rev from Googlecode...well...problem solved [​IMG].

    It seems now nearly complete...for me, it's still missing an Online-Update Function. Hardcoding all IOS is a safe idea, but always replacing the .dol for one new IOS...not a nice way. Though, I know it isn't needed. It would be nice, but yeah...you can live without it [​IMG].

    Edit: Wait...a Config-File/setting would be better/easier...where you can define to always get the latest Versions (PatchMii is realy simple there...as far as I know, you have to replace the Version Number with an 0). Oh well...maybe I should again open an Issue on the Googlecode-Page...
     
  5. Arfman

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    Is this better than PimpMyWii (detecting old IOSes and such)? Any reason I should run this if everything is working OK now?
     
  6. SifJar

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    Its much better than PimpMyWii, as this doesn't randomly update crap without asking you. This lets you choose exactly what to update, what patches to apply etc. But no, there is no need to run it if everything is working. Why would there be? If it ain't broke, dont try (and probably fail) to fix it.
     
  7. pepxl
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    pepxl GFX W!Z4RD

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    i must say MOD Team, this is a nice addition to the scene for any modder out there
     
  8. Daco

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    i hope some1 reads this and knows what im speaking off cause they were in the IRC with me & DOP-IOS team:

    CODE STEALING! I CALL COPYRIGHT OF DOLPHIN-EMU!!1!1!1!1!1!!1!1!111
     
  9. pepxl
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    pepxl GFX W!Z4RD

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    big claims and no response from the MOD Team??
     
  10. Daco

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    its a joke [​IMG]

    and im sure Lunatik will understand [​IMG]
     
  11. longtom1

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    there's a typo instead of saying "remove stub ios's" it says "remote stub ios's"
     
  12. TeenTin

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    "* Fixed the section that can install an IOS that accepts fakesigning for Wiis which lack one by implementing the entirety TBR"

    I am sorry, but what does this mean ?
     
  13. longtom1

    longtom1 Keep an eye on my posts cause I quick edit frequen

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    TBR is included in the app so you can install a patched IOS36
     
  14. wrettcaughn

    wrettcaughn Misunderstood Moral Elitist

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    it means that TBR has been added in it's entirety.

    the TBR steps will run exactly as they did in TBR 1.11

    previously, retrieving the IOS versions from the NUS server in Dop-IOS MOD didn't work. Now it does.
     
  15. Dan_Aykroyd

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    TBR = Trucha Bug Restorer, a fully fledged application to let you install a patched IOS36 and the work from there.
     
  16. stev418

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    If the devs are reading, my IOS20 v256 was missed with remove stubs option

    also IOS56 is no longer only for wii speak channel, ive seen it used in WiiWare also

    other then that, brilliant job
     
  17. TeenTin

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    I know. But why "Fixed" ? Not "Implemented" ?

    "Fixed" means it is already there in the last (beta) version. What I most concern is what's wrong with the last beta version, which I have used to mod some Wii's.
     
  18. modshroom128

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    bravo
     
  19. pepxl
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    pepxl GFX W!Z4RD

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    because it was already implemented before the release and had bugs, check the googlecode

    http://code.google.com/p/dop-iosmod/source/list
     
  20. TeenTin

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    But r24 is much more convenient when doing Trucha Bug Restore, because it chooses the appropriate options automatically so that we just need to press A a few times to get the job done.

    So, why not keeping this ? Any bug in r24, as far as the Trucha Bug restoring process is concerned ?