Is this possible?

Discussion in 'Wii - Hacking' started by Xta Large, Dec 3, 2008.

Dec 3, 2008

Is this possible? by Xta Large at 6:13 AM (901 Views / 0 Likes) 5 replies

  1. Xta Large
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    Is it possible to uninstall the News/Forecast channels? For me they're just wasted space and it'd be great to free up some extra blocks.
     
  2. DarkLG

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    It is not possible because they are system channels which can't be deleted trust me i tried deleting mines with AnyTitleDeleter.I think the korean Wii doesn't have the news/forecast channel.
     
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    you can use one anytitledeleter(i think). i think you can with an official nintendo update too..
     
  4. breakdaze

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    YES, there is a way, sort of. I can't find the method right now, but I read you can take the wad of the channel off a disc, fuck with the TMD, delete the rest of the data, fakesign, then install over your current channel. It basically keeps it from using any space.
     
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    As already stated, you can delete them. I've never removed them, but this sounds like the best method...

    Source: http://gbatemp.net/index.php?showtopic=925...p;#entry1236644
     
  6. harryk

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    YES, it is possible to open topics without a proper name and any explanation what you want, so everyone has to open it to answer a question that has been here a hundred times before.

    Good example.
     

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