Since the WiiU kernel exploits for 5.3.2 and others are already out, mind as well make a tutorial on how to use them! Take notice, though. Running these does not void your warranty (in a way, none of them are permanent, but I'm unsure of this.) And if you want to continue using hacks, I will recommend you to block updates with OpenDNS, for a tutorial click on this. Step 1 - Downloads First thing you have to do are download the kernel exploits. Download a ZIP of kernel exploits here: http://wiiu.us.to/kexploits.zip If your browser goes "omg malware", don't blame it. It's not going to harm your computer in any way, and if you refuse to download it even though it will do nothing to your computer, you can do whatever you wish. If you want to hack your WiiU, proceed to download and make an exception with your virus/malware detector on the ZIP. Open up the ZIP you just downloaded. There are multiple files that start with payload and index.html, frame.html. The payloads are for your WiiU version number. For example: payload532.html -> 5.3.2 Kernel Exploit payload500.html -> 5.0.0 Kernel Exploit payload410.html -> 4.1.0 Kernel Exploit payload300.html -> 3.0.0 Kernel Exploit frame.html -> Needed for all of the exploits, except for 5.3.2. index.html -> The file literally nobody should care about. Step 2 - Preparing your hosting environment Next up is preparing to host the kernel exploit on a localhost, or your own server. You can use a DNS that you've registered (http://blahblah.com/payload532.html) or your localhost (http://10.0.0.11/payload532.html, or whatever your localhost IP is.) If you do not know how to set up a localhost, try something like Xampp to host your files. Step 3 - Running the exploits The next part is fairly simple. You open up the internet browser on your WiiU, and you open up the URL bar and navigate to where the exploit lies. (You can add as a bookmark to save time.) If it's successful, it will reopen the pause menu. If it fails, it will do the following: Freezes Black Screen Black screen with "Race attack failed " on it Black screen with "Failed to find DRVA or DRVHAX" If it does fail, keep trying. It will eventually work. A few things I did to make it work better: Once a failure occurs, hardreset the WiiU. Then do a manual reset (quickly pushing the button to turn it off) Keep tabs open with Google (sometimes, I doubt this helps) When the kernel exploit works, refrain from turning it off, or crashing the WiiU. Now take notice, this exploit is not the most reliable. Use it wisely. If you have any questions, please ask below. Any improvements, can be posted here too.