Is there a way to turn off the rumble in Homebrew

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  1. SDkindred
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    I hope someone can help as im stuck. Sorry if this has been answered before

    I have turned the wii rumble off in home but when i connect to Homebrew it is back and i dont want it on for 2 reasons 1 its annoying and 2 my gf has epilepsy and the vibrations can cause her to seizure and i would like it removed so she can play the games too


    any ideas people as someone said their is a way as theirs doesnt rumble anymore but cant remember how to do it

    thanks
     
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    Try opening one of your wiimotes and you will see the rumbler

    Remove it or put a switch there.
    good luck
     
  3. SDkindred
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    is there an easier way seen as id probably break the remote as havent got a clue what im doing
     
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    There is no other way other than:

    1. Hope the program has source code and download it
    2. Remove the rumble code without messing up anything else.
    3. Recompile
    4. ???
    5. PROFIT!

    And that is not as easy as it looks.
     
  5. SDkindred
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    i'll just tell her not to play the games as seems the simple option, lol
     
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    No, there is no easy way, however, you can find a full disassembly video here.
    Or you could google "wiimote disassembly"
    If you don't dare to do it, find someone that does, Safety first. removing the rumble component is the only safe solution.
     
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    I'd be more concerned about the light patterns of the games on the tv screen triggering her epilepsy than the vibrations in the wii remote, personally.

    You can also navigate the channels in the homebrew channel using the up down left right pad on the wii remote and pressing + and - to go between screens and the A button on what's highlighted to input your choices, just don't point the wii remote at the screen and you won't get any vibrations, just point it upright.

    To everyone suggesting disassembling the wii remote - that voids his warranty on the controller and requires a triwing screwdriver which most people don't have lying around.
     
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    how does rumbling cause epilepsy? so how does your girlfriend sit in a car without going into seizures? how does she even walk?

    not to be insensitive but are you sure the rumbling is the cause?
     
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    i was beginning to think that*
     
  10. SDkindred
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    Some vibrations , esp how strong the wii mote is at sometimes can cause fits, not all vibrations though

    ill see if its just certain games that vibrate

    ive notice it a lot on jewel quest so it might be just the game more so compared to the rest
     
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    you could use the gamecube pad i think.
     

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