Dumping channels.

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May 19, 2008

Dumping channels. by Marios_shadow at 3:28 AM (2,023 Views / 0 Likes) 14 replies

  1. Marios_shadow
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    Alright, so I've done a FS dump of my Wii, but have no way of knowing what files belong to which channel, could someone help me out?
     
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    in wii fs go to title010001\?pickone?\content then open the 00000000.APP or 00000007.APP with notepad to see witch game the folder belongs to.
    wad-packer by blaze is the best one
     
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    Witch games are you tryin to ripp? [​IMG]
     
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    Thanks for the replies, I'm trying to rip the NTSC Internet Channel, as it seems no one has yet bothered to.
     
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    I actually believe the NTSC Opera Channel has been ripped.
     
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    NTSC and PAL version of the Opera Channel are both out there, and fairly readily. No need for you to do it as well.

    Now as for Virtual Console games...
     
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    I don't have any that aren't already dumped, but I may do some in the future.

    Much thanks!
     
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    Sorry to bump an old topic, but I'm trying to dump a WiiWare game, I opened 00000000.APP and 00000001.APP but all but some info on the Homebrew Channel is in moonspeak, where's the information I'm looking for?
     
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    i dont know what moonspeak is,
    and i dont know why you are trying to open the app files.

    all you need is:
    -common-key
    -blaze wad packer
    -the tmd, tik, app, etc.
    -your fs shared folder

    and a little reading to set it all up
     
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    how to dump my FS?
     
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    believe it or not, its called FS_Dumper

    you want the front SD version (if there even are 2 versions)
     
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    Moonspeak just means gibberish.
     
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    ah ok, so you just need to read up on title-ids,
    gotcha, yea, easier way:

    use anytitle deleter, open it up, go to the downloaded channels section
    look for the title-id code you want,
    like:
    N--E
    F--E
    J--E
    or for WW
    W--E

    then once you have used a list found at several wikis to determine which one it is your looking for, (they are shown in most recently installed order),
    you can just jot down the hexed title id right beside it, and then you'll know what folder and what ticket you need.

    good luck
     
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    Thank you both very much! That information is VERY helpful, and your tool is awesome!
     

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