Is Loadiine still relevant?

Discussion in 'Wii U - Hacking & Backup Loaders' started by Dopey The Gemini, Nov 20, 2016.

  1. Dopey The Gemini
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    Now with rednand, sysnand, and the brazilian exploit, does this make loadiine obsolete?
    Loadiine doesn't have online support, and you can only use dlc you payed for
    The other 3 options fixes these. (though with the Brazilian exploit , you still need to buy dlc)
     
  2. koim

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    Iirc, there are mods that allow the use of non legit dlc, and though still tied to the use of a SD card, Loadiine does not require a WiiU formatted drive. That alone makes it still a viable option. if you are not interrested in online play.
     
  3. Tigran

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    Well if you don't have rednand *because of SD card size* Than the brazilian method does not let you play all games, so yes.. Loadiine is still relevant.
     
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  4. daxtsu

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    Loadiine is also still useful for more rapidly testing VC injects since you can quickly replace files via ftpiiu, rather than trying to use something like wupclient.
     
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    Loadiine is relevant ofcourse. Injected VC games, other VC games and just other games overall.
    If you don't have a HDD or you use your HDD for PC, then Loadiine is still very relevant.

    Then you can install games you want to play online on internal Wii U, or if you have games you want to use DLC for.
    If you have a 8GB Wii U, bad luck. Then you have to invest like $75 for a new HDD.
     
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    if you want to play undubbed games sooooo.... yes you need loadiine
     
  7. subcon959

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    ftpiiu_everywhere is a thing now.
     
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    I hope Loadiine can load games from USB in future.
     
  9. lafleche

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    if you don't want to 'mess around' with rednand/cfw you need loadiine to play 'out of region' games, e-shop games (no tickets), dlc.
    Use best of both worlds: install when available, loadiine for the rest.
     
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  10. AboodXD

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    LOL you can still inject roms to sysNAND with FTPiiU... :rofl:
     
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  11. AboodXD

    AboodXD I hack NSMB games, and other shiz.

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    Loadiine is completely useless right now.
    It has no benefits over the Brazilian method.
     
  12. brkun

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    Actually you don't need a rednand to install games with Brazilian method.
     
  13. nolimits59

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    FW.img + anygame with a title.tik = 100% of games loading with every DLC, so... loadiine ise useless af x)
     
  14. Omegadrien

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    Loadiine is still relevant if you don't want to put a 33GB rednand on your sd card, and use that space to put games instead.

    off topic: And... is it possible to install patched games on rednand? (like the undub xenoX?)
     
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  15. Tigran

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    For the last time, not all games can be installed via the Brazilian method because the are not on NUS.
     
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    Not to mention is slow af... when i comes to loading times.
     
  17. the_randomizer

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    Except for games like Mass Effect 3, which doesn't exist on NUS, and so far, there's only EUR dumps of the game.
     
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    You don't need rednand. You can sig patch sysnand.

    To answer the other thing you dump the code,content,meta with wupcleint replace files with undub and repack with nuspacker
     
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  19. the_randomizer

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    Hmm, I suppose that's fair enough, but are EUR games optimized to run at 60 Hz for Wii U games?

    Edit: Seems there's finally a NTSC DiscU rip of it on that uh, site, but requires CFW to be run each time. Heh.
     
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  20. brkun

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    And I said that? Haha :)

    I said games can be installed, I didn't said all games. For that you can use parched sysnand. Still, pure sysnand works as well for some games.