Homebrew manager for the wii

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Jul 1, 2008

Homebrew manager for the wii by Brainy142 at 1:18 AM (1,271 Views / 0 Likes) 2 replies

  1. Brainy142
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    Download homebrew straight to your wii


    link: http://wiibrew.org/wiki/Homebrew_apps/Homebrew_Browser

    Dowload: http://www.wiiregionworld.com/wiihomebrew/...wser_v0.1.1.zip

    How to use (copied from wiki)

    Run the included ELF with your favourite method to boot homebrew. Uses the Wiimote with IR.

    A SD card icon under the homebrew application image means that you have the latest version of that homebrew application installed, while a clock icon means you don't have the latest version. You can update your installation of that homebrew application or install new homebrew applications by pressing A. You can delete homebrew applications provided that they have a SD card or clock icon by pressing B.

    youtube vid: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GomiMbDH63o
     
  2. link459

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    Wait, so, it's exactly what the Homebrew Channel does in the first place, minus having to take out the SD card?
     
  3. noONE

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    awesome app, actually just installed it right before i saw this post.
    just downloaded sudoku from it, works great [​IMG]

    no, it isn't like the HBC, it's kinda like an updater of your homebrews, and you're also able to download new homebrews from it, ready to be booted from the HBC right after.
    Also, if you want to remove a homebrew, you can click "B" at the homebrew, and a simple "Delete? 'YES'/'NO'" menu will appear.
     

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