FTPii

Discussion in 'Wii - Hacking' started by Vegeta, May 30, 2009.

FTPii

by Vegeta May 30, 2009 at 9:32 PM 1,967 Views 12 replies
  1. Vegeta
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    I want to connect to my Wii via Wifi and copy stuff from my PC to the inserted SD card in the Wii.

    Does FTPii let me do this?
     
  2. Linuks

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    Yep.
     
  3. keyra

    keyra Spoderman self proclamed fan

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    sure i do it all time
     
  4. bdr9

    bdr9 GBAtemp Advanced Fan

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    Yes, that is the purpose of it. I recommend installing FileZilla. You can use it on Windows, Mac OS X, or Linux.
     
  5. manias

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    it's super slow tho, stuck at 50kb/s usually [​IMG] (here anyway maybe i'm doin something wrong)
     
  6. Vegeta
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    I already have FlashFXP [​IMG]
     
  7. mikejacobs

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    yes, that's the whole point of FTP.
     
  8. dinayv

    dinayv Newbie

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    if the latest version making some troubles for u accessing the wii with windows explorer ( thats what happend to me )

    try using older ones, I use 0.0.15
     
  9. thebobinc

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    flashfXP is probebly the best ftp sowfare there is , that the one i use, also ftpii let you browse your fat32 part on your hdd if there is one, [​IMG]
     
  10. Tundrasama

    Tundrasama Newbie

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    Is there a way to use an FTP program to transfer files directly to a USB HDD? My motherboard randomly stopped supporting USB 2.0 and before I buy a USB PCI card, I'd like to see if there are any other options. I'm interested in sending my mp3s and movies to an external and, if at all possible, moving backup images from my PC to a WBFS formatted HDD. Am I only dreaming?
     
  11. propered

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    via ftpii (and flashFXP)

    i can see my AND my brothers fat32 (usb 2.5") partition on my brother wii but not on my wii.... we use the same loader, ftp, cios version...not sure why i cant see it on my wii just the other stuff...sd, dvd nand etc...just not my wii....mayeb its an older wii that doesnt read usb fat32 well ?!?!? any ideas it can only bve a wii issue right?
     
  12. afif95

    afif95 I own a bungalow on Mars, and booked 4 corner lots

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    Could be wrong port. Ever thought of that?
     
  13. propered

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    could be but i use the port closer to the outer edge on both too...my brother is the new non boo2 type my wii is the older

    Hdd1 (mine) has wbfs and fat32
    hdd2 (bro's) has wbfs and fat32

    both show via ftpii the fat32 usb uin flashfxp on my brothers wii

    but none show the fat32 when plugged into the same ports on my wii with the same setup
    (same ftpii, same cios version, same ftpii) I aint got a clue and cant think why and just cant explain the erroneous reason of it)