FTPii 0.0.18 Release

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Jan 18, 2009

FTPii 0.0.18 Release by WB3000 at 10:09 PM (1,773 Views / 0 Likes) 5 replies

  1. WB3000
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    Member WB3000 GBAtemp Advanced Fan

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    If it supports NAND images, this could be a great way to backup your Wii NAND. I hope DVD dumping WOD support is improved.

    Download: FTPii 0.0.18
     
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    Hey I just updated mine and found a new folder called /wod and inside appears to be an image of the current disc inside my Wii. Can I use this to dump images instead of Wii Dumper. I started downloading and it is damn near twice as fast as Wii Dumper.
     
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    Definitely. I haven't been able to get it to detect my Wii discs, sadly.

    I'm also getting errors on NAND image dumps (they "finish" at only ~250MB). I've filed a Issue Report at the SVN repository regarding it.

    If NAND is rewritable, it could be a great backup utility. Browsing the NAND itself is useful, as you don't have to use simplistic programs like the FS Dumper. You can select which files to download.
     
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    How fast? Are you comparing Wii DVD dumper through network aswell?

    I get about 475kilobytes/sec using a LAN adapter, and about 300kilobytes/sec using a wireless connection (same for both wiihttpd and dvd dumper).

    Hemmm, i wonder if any of FTPii can also create a successful rip of a video dvd [​IMG] ?
     
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    i can't seem to see my nand img at all, not sure if i'm doing this right... but /nand just gives the error "no device found".

    also /isfs displays /shared1, /sys, /ticket, /import as individual files and not folders... the contents inside cannot be seen, not sure if this is a bug too...
     
  6. BrandonG777

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    Was getting like 550kb/s through Wifi. And yes I was comparing Wii Dumper through wifi as well.
     

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