Editing (well, deleting) Mii data

Discussion in 'Wii - Emulation and Homebrew' started by Neversoft, Jun 16, 2009.

Jun 16, 2009
  1. Neversoft
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    Is there a homebrew app or simple hack that can be done that will allow me to go through my Mii's and delete any unwanted ones? As a result of letting kids "loose" on the Wii I have millions, nay, squillions of damned Mii's on it and not only am I sure they're taking up some valuable space on the NAND but I've got to the point that I can barely find my own Mii among them.

    No doubt I could format the Wii or something drastic like that but I wont be doing that [​IMG] As there an app that will list the Mii's and let me remove them or should I just bite the bullet and delete the lot one-at-a-time via the Mii channel until I'm either bored senseless, the Wii remote battery runs out or I actually get rid of the b*stards!!?

    Thanks!
     
  2. SifJar

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    Well, if you had a homebrew app to do it, you'd still need to remove them one-by-one, unless you just wanted to get rid of them all. which it doesn't sound like you do. Dunno if Mii Extracter/Installer can help you at all, even if you want to extract the Miis you want to keep, then somehow delete them all (if thats possible short of formating) then install the ones you extracted back on. And btw, you can only have 100 afaik, not squillions. And I'm sure they're not taking up space on NAND, there is probably a space set aside for them.
     
  3. Neversoft
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    Yeah, I was considering the Mii Extractor but I can't think of a way of flushing the Mii's from the Wii once I've extracted them.

    I realise I'd probably still have to remove them individually but it's a lot quicker to scroll down a list and press the minus button (for example) to blitz the Mii's rather than individually removing them from the Mii channel (which is painfully slow).

    Thanks for the heads-up on the number of Mii's you can have and my lack of numeracy skills, I've made that same dumb mistake gazillions of times.
     
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    LOL. But anyway, I don't know of any way other than formatting to get rid of all Miis, but that'd get rid of saves and channels as well, so i'd advise against it.
     

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