FS Toolbox

Discussion in 'Wii - Emulation and Homebrew' started by nicksasa, May 22, 2009.

May 22, 2009

FS Toolbox by nicksasa at 7:25 PM (6,452 Views / 0 Likes) 20 replies

  1. nicksasa
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    http://wiibrew.org/wiki/FSToolbox


    FS Toolbox is a DANGEROUS program, only use it if you have the knowledge of the wii ! I advise you guys that use this program to install Bootmii as boot2 ! FS Toolbox is a NAND browser that can dump files from the nand to sd card and write files from sd card to the nand,with this you can edit files on the nand to test stuff out and to have backups of your files if something ever goes wrong

    remember this is only the first release so there are bugs
     


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    Quality! Thank you!
     
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    Will try it soon. Thanks for your work!
     
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    wow much people wan this and now ... [​IMG]
     
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    Thank you. I alway wanted a homebrew app like that [​IMG]
     
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    Can you dump the whole NAND with this to one file?
     
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    Superb stuff nicksasa, I've been watching with interest as you developed this [​IMG]
     
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    no you can dumps all files on the nand and write them back for a full backup use bootmii
     
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    What is required to write files to the NAND? ES_Identify or dev/flash capabilities? In other words can this be used with newer "patched" IOS versions?


    Thanks
     
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    i dont use ES functions and not /dev/flash so it should work [​IMG]
    i just use IOS_Open(path, ISFS_OPEN_RW); etc
     
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    good work
    I've been able to backup some ticket but I don't understand how I can put them back from the sd to the nand because I only see the files from the fs on the screen and not those who already are on the sd..

    Edit: ok I found out.. file has to be in both sd and fs folder to copy it from sd to fs
     
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    yes i did that for safety otherwise many people would mess things up
     
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    Well, the Mediafire gives a error here..

    Can someone make a Mirror?

    Thanks,
    Adr990
     
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    Wow, that was fast! Thanks!

    But either this Mirror gives a error: 403 - forbidden.

    Edit: I saw you updated.
    Now it works!
    Thanks. [​IMG]
     
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    I've found some bugs.
    If you go to /title/00000001/
    The scrolling does have some problems... It is not really horrible... At least... not for me..

    And if you go to:
    /title/00000001/00000002/data/

    It tells you the MAP Data is a FILE!

    Pressing - while Selected that /data/ 'file' tells me:
    Error: ISFS_OpenFile(/title/00000001/00000002/data) returned -101
    (No freeze, like the next one below.)

    Also,
    I pressed + and gave this error:
    fopen error.

    (Since I didn't had the file on the SD card of course.)
    BUT it froze. [​IMG] Had to power off etc..
     
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    yeah Adr990 ive found that bug too yesterday, ill hope to fix it in the next release for some reason it sees the data folder as a file
     
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    I'm getting codes dump when I dump some tickets.
    I used your app to dump uid.sys and then modify it but the Wii restore the old one [​IMG]
     
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    Linuks you dump the file and place it in exact the same flder with exact the same name ?
     
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    Yes but I think it is not related to your app :

    I dump it, so it goes to SD:/FSTOOLBOX/sys/uid.sys
    Then I make modifications to this file.
    And I install it to the NAND.

    I think the Wii just replace this file when it is modified.
     

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