I have a question

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  1. elfsander
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    I want to downgrade the photo channel to version 1.0, which has mp3 playback. Sadly my Wii has never seen 1.0 because I got 1.1 with my Wii.

    Is there a possibility for me to do so? My Wii isn't modded nor do I want to. And yes I have the HBC [​IMG]
     
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    just delete the 1.1 from the channel menu.
     
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    That didn't do it, I never had it.

    But I found something that worked:
    Removed with the Title uninstaller found here: http://gbatemp.net/index.php?showtopic=97801 and then reïnstalled it with Metroid Prime 3. (Which originally was released before Photochannel 1.1)
     
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    Uh... I don't know if you realize this, but newer Wiis come pre-upgraded and don't offer the ability to delete it.


    @elfsander: Use the Downgrader and go back to 2.0... they didn't start introducing 1.1 until after that.
     
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    The downgrader only downgrades the system menu, not any of the channels. But luckily many games come with updates, and some games come with older firmware that has photo channel 1.0 (like Metroid). These games want you to update if a system channel is missing, so it will install the channel as an update.
     
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    Have you tried it?
     
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    Yep, I have and it's working.