Homebrew Channeling help

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Sep 21, 2008

Homebrew Channeling help by NightKry at 5:19 PM (1,104 Views / 0 Likes) 11 replies

  1. NightKry
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    So i have a modded Wii (WiiKey), i got it here in Canada on launch date, and it's at 3.3 .... or w/e the latest firmware is. Anyway, i managed to install the Homebrew Channel last time via the Twilight Hack, but for some reason, none of my apps load. So now i want to find out:

    1. How to get my apps loading? (I press 'load' and they freeze forever at 0%)
    2. If i can't get my apps to load, how do i uninstall the Homebrew Channel?

    Thanks.
     
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    Remove the GC cards and try again. Can't we have a sticky that just says: "Remove the GC cards and try again"?
     
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    If you habe a modchip installed you don't need the twilight hack. just use the .iso provided on the hbc site. just to let you know.
     
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    Thanks. Removing the GC cards fixed it. and yes i know i can already play .isos... im didn't want to go through the trouble burning it.

    One more thing though, if i ever wanted to uninstall the Homebrew Channel, how would i go about doing it?
     
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    Use the Twilight Hack to load the AnyTitle Deleter and delete title HAXX.
     
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    Also, my mom just bought wiifit, and it's prompting a wii update, is it safe for me to update?
     
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    It's safe. Just if you want to play Trucha signed games without using GeckoOS to load them then you shouldn't.
     
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    Um... okay... So it's updating now... and could you please rephrase the second part in stupid? I'm new in the wii homebrew scene... im not really familiar with the terms... sorry.
     
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    "Trucha signing" is a method of exploiting a bug that allows modchip users to run modified games (or even entirely homebrew games for that matter) as if it were an official game. The update to System Menu 3.3 fixes this bug, but a homebrew application called "GeckoOS" can still load trucha-signed games.
     
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    It's been in my sig for a few months now. [​IMG]
     
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    modified games meaning a downloaded .iso and burned? or user-modified iso file?

    I have a collection of burned games... so can i still play them?
    I'm not even clear if i use this 'trucha signing' thing... i don't think i do =S
     
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    With "Modified game" I meant any ISO, whose contents have been changed, e.g. different music. Downloaded ISOs should not be modified in that way.
     

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