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Discussion in 'Wii - Hacking' started by Frogman, Nov 6, 2009.
title says it all i have very first firmware nand file how do i send it?
I'd upload it to megaupload.com and/or send it as an E-mail attachment in Gmail.
EDIT: Be sure to send both the nand.bin and keys.bin files!
EDIT2: Electric Bogaloo: You want to send the email with the files to firstname.lastname@example.org
Having such a NAND dump is something like having superpowers?
Googlemail only Supports files up to 25 MB (yeah, they put the limit down, because some ppl have used it to have a G-Mail Drive)
Stripped it down? Last time I remebered it was 20MB
OP: you forgot an l in your title: http://wiibrew.org/wiki/Team_Twizzlers
(actually its Twiizers)
I´d like the Nand too, drop me the link OP! Thanks!
Would like it as well. If you don't want to post the whole NAND, at least maybe a menu and menu IOS??? I've been dying to try 1.0 out. My wii came with 2.0 on it.
If you send links to any of the above posters, i could use it too.
BTW, how did you dump a 1.0 wii? TP hack? Bannerbomb won't work, and Indiana & Brawl don't. Or did you use an infectus...meaning the dump is likely worthless since there's no keys to unpack it.
An HBC bootdisc would have worked if the console were chipped. But chances are it was with Zelda TP
But yes, I also would be interested in one of these NAND Dumps.
Thanks in advance, OP.
Aehm...forgive me my ignorance, but what's so special about the 1.0 Firmware? Other than it's buggy and rare? Would be nice to know...
Thanks in Advance!
I would wish to give it a try on SNEEK v2.
This. There is no benefit, or even relevence to the System Menu version. The important thing is the IOS versions. System Menu version has no bearing once you have unsigned code running, because System Menu is not running at the same time as it. I highly doubt twiizers will really care much about a v1 NAND dump tbh.
+1. I would also like to see it "in action", :3.
BTW, what app did you use to dump the whole NAND, OP?
Hmmm Thats something I'd really like to see.
I don't think it's that, I think it's more of a curiosity kind of thing. I mean, that IS an incredibly early system menu. Only Wii units released at launch ever had this (I know mine did at one time). It doesn't even have the ability to back any titles or saves to SD. IIRC the first system update I did enabled that.
Oh yeah, and it's one that isn't on Nintendo's servers, so the only way to see it would be for someone to have a Wii that has it.