1. TomerZ

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    Hi. I have homebrew installed on my wii u, and in the last few days, my Wii games wouldn't launch, nor the homebrew.
    There is an 199-9999 error. What should I do?
     
  2. flynn272

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    you need to be on custom firmware to launch nonsigned titles
     
  3. duwen

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    I believe error 199-9999 is to do with online connections - are the titles you're trying to launch requiring updates?

    Read the OP again ...how does he have homebrew enabled without cfw? He also states "in the last few days", implying it was previously working.
     
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    Sorry my bad read the error code wrong
     
  5. wolf-snake

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    That error code is for when you run a fake signed stuff (Eshop titles, VC titles and the Homebrew Launcher) without enabling CFW first.
     
  6. I_am89

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    Launch CFW before you do it and it should work. But im not sure but what you mean by homebrew wont launch, do you get the error code or does it crash or something?
     
  7. bungboi

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    199-9999 is a sig error. AKA, you haven't launched CFW/CFW is failing to launch.
    Do you use Haxchi or Mocha?
     
  8. TimzUneeverse

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    I also suffered the same when trying to play custom-made Virtual Console titles. I tried in Mocha CFW if the app would load; it did not.
     
  9. Badablek

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    @TimzUneeverse Mocha is not the only one able to do sig patch.

    you can use haxchi
    (you need to configure "sysmenu" on a button or as "default")

    https://github.com/FIX94/haxchi/blob/master/release/haxchi/config.txt
    in this example, you need to keep pressed B button on haxchi loading



    or you can use simple signature patcher
    https://gbatemp.net/threads/simple-signature-check-patcher.451138/



    Mocha is much more elaborated (CFW loading), but if you only need sig patching, haxchi and simple signature patcher are way better (faster)
     
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