finally got v4.0 homebrew but nothing appears in it HELP

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  1. tedster912
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    http://gbatemp.net/index.php?showtopic=154097&st=0

    thats the guide i used. i got the backup channel or whatever that is. and the homebrew channel. but when i go to the homebrew channel nothing is there unless i have a file made for the homebrew channel. anyways i also have a problem when i try to use the program on the homebrew channel that installs cios or whatever is needed that i dont have....i get the error -1035 I DONT KNOW WHAT TO DO... it was a virgin 4.0 so please help
     
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    Nothing wil appear in HBC i dunno what you think HBC is but only files made for HBC eg, apps/usbloader

    wil show and work.

    You need to use CIOSuninstaller and install the CIOSv7 again, then you can install the CIOSv10 from HBC

    you can get CIOSuninstaller HERE

    run that and follow the guide again to install the CIOSv7
     
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    yup,

    HomdBrew Channel is for running apps if you have no files/ Folders in the apps folder on the root of the SD card there will be no apps in HomeBrew channel....

    Test it with Emulators there usely safe to run.... SD Card/ Apps/ SNES Emulator.. is how it should look.

    Be care full with those apps some IOSs can harm or brick a Wii..
     
  4. tedster912
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    ok thanks guys. i was just braindead for a sec. im used to psp homebrew and this is a bit different lol now i understand. thanks
     

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