Hacking Fanart Downloader for wiiflow

9and3r

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I have done this software to download fanarts to use them on wiiflow.
The software needs the sd card that you use with wiiflow. wiiflow should have created a folder called wiiflow and inside cache and fanarts. This software uses these folders.
The software may have bugs. If you found them or you have an idea to improve it send me a message.
Fanart Downloader

Here is a video how it works:

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Just curious, what source does the fanart downloader download from, because we (wiiflow team) have a reasonable big fanart collection to be used on ftp ourselfs, maybe we could work together?

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Just curious, what source does the fanart downloader download from, because we (wiiflow team) have a reasonable big fanart collection to be used on ftp ourselfs, maybe we could work together?

Greetz,

The source is www.fanartwii.com- Is a project that i started on summer because I couldn't find any fanarts because wiifanart.com was down. If you want you can send me a message.
 

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