Hacking homebrew

toddy1234

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hi guys new here would like to say hello to everyone,
ive got a problem with homebrew, softmodded wii last night all went well only problem ive got is when you open homebrew channel it comes up upside down, has anyone else had this problem ?
 

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Give us a bit more information, please.

How did you softmod your Wii ?

As far as I remember, upside-down HBC comes from using a trucha-bug iOS to load it, and most recent ways to softmod (ModMii, for example), will almost never run into that problem.
 

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IDK what method you used to mod your wii , but i suggest if you dint already use modmii to remod your wii following the guide modmii presents to you when you tell it your criteria , simply tell modmii your wii has never been modded , it is safe to do this.
 

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