Is there a homebrew app that checks my syscheck file to update any outdated cIOSs I have?

Discussion in 'Wii - Emulation and Homebrew' started by Erikku, Jul 1, 2016.

  1. Erikku
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    new thread finally. I ask this cuz I don't have access to a computer atm so I was wondering if there's a homebrew app that already does this. I've heard someone say that wiimod does this, but I have no clue how to do it within that app. Thanks
     
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    I'm not sure if there's an application that does exactly what you want, but you can run a sysCheck and drag the report into ModMii on your computer, assuming ModMii is still around. ModMii will then download the proper and up to date IOS and cIOS files to install.
     
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    I just now remembered actually, I did try to go to the official modmii website (I was at a library earlier) to get it and it's down for me, server took too long to respond. that's also why I'm asking this.
     
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    I downloaded the ModMii installer just fine, but I didn't try to get it going because I am on my phone. Did you run into issues before or after downloading the installer?
     
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    well I feel dumb, in the modmii post I just noticed the op had a separate link to a mirrored version of the original site which has offline errors, which I used at the library. I got the installer just fine lol, thx for the help tho (on my phone so can't run it obviously)