Help Me!

Discussion in 'Wii U - Hacking & Backup Loaders' started by Arthur Montoya, Jun 23, 2013.

  1. Arthur Montoya
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    Arthur Montoya Newbie

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    Jun 23, 2013
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    Sooo
    I have Homebrew instaled in my old Wii, and it has some VC and Wiiware ORIGINAL games in it that i wanted to put in my WiiU.
    And i don't want to have any homebrew in it.
    So, a few questions:

    1) Is it possible to uninstall the Homebrew Channel and all its content? how?
    2) Is the Homebrew in the Wii going to be in the vWii when i do the transference (without deleting the HBC on the Wii, of course)
    3) Does the Homebrew/Hack affect something in the WiiU system?

    Sorry for the bad english, and pls, help me!
     
  2. KDH

    KDH GBAtemp Regular

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    I had absolutely no problems transferring my legit content while my Wii was hacked. I even had the system menu patched and uninstalled most of the default channels and the transfer tool didn't mind. BUT this was when the Wii U was brand new, not even out for a week. They may have changed some things since, I haven't paid any attention to anyone else's attempts.
     
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  3. blinkzane

    blinkzane Panic at your moms house

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    Most likely if the HBC DID install, it would not load. same with any games that are not authorized (bought) but they will still show. when you transfer your wii to vWii you are only transferring ownership, not cIOS or any system modifications. it wont just shut down if it "detects homebrew" because it's not made like that. you should have no issues whatsoever.
     
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