Getting virutal consoles from uTikDownloadHelper to work - brazilian style?

Discussion in 'Wii U - Hacking & Backup Loaders' started by BobSaget1945, Mar 7, 2017.

  1. BobSaget1945
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    All of the vitual console games that I have downloaded from uTikDownloadHelper I cannot get to work. What do I have to do?
     
  2. Jacklack3

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    If what you're downloading is in red text, you need to run CFW to install and run it.
     
  3. SANIC

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    Use MochaCFW
     
  4. BobSaget1945
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    Oh ok great, I'll look into that, thanks a lot guys.
     
  5. BobSaget1945
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    What's the easiest way to install MochaCWF, in a way that will make it permanent? I found like a 30 minute video online, but something tells me that's outdated, or that there's an easier way.
     
  6. The Real Jdbye

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    To make it permanent you will need to use Haxchi (or CBHC for autoboot), which have a built in CFW so Mocha isn't needed.
    To do that you'll need to buy a compatible DS VC from the eShop.
    However Mocha can be launched from HBL through the browser exploit, no DS VC needed, and it's pretty simple to install, just download and place it on your SD card like any other app.
    For Haxchi there's a good guide here: https://github.com/FlimFlam69/WiiUTutorial/wiki
    Parts 4 and 5 are optional, Mocha is useless unless you want redNAND, and redNAND is also more or less useless for the average user (and requires a 64GB+ SD card)
     
    Last edited by The Real Jdbye, Mar 8, 2017
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