is WiiStore hackable?? like WiiWare? i wanna get some games

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  1. tedster912
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    i want that Legend of Zelda majoras mask and final fantasy iv wiiware game. are you able to hack it like you can hack download content for guitar hero world tour?
     
  2. Leo Cantus

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    No you cannot hack the wii shop channel to get free games, instead use WAD Manager. It allows you to get free wiiware and vc games plus other channels.
     
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    ok i think i got wad manager. but can you tell me the process on how to get the vc and wiiware games using WAD?
     
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    um, find em online, then use wadmanager to install them.
     
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    Yeah its easy. Download the WAD file you want, make a folder in the root of thr sd card called WAD. Put your WAD files in there. On your wii go to homebrew channel, wad manager and press plus to install the wad. The wii will restart and you should have your game.
     
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    Yeah its easy. Download the WAD file you want, make a folder in the root of thr sd card called WAD. Put your WAD files in there. On your wii go to homebrew channel, wad manager and press plus to install the wad. The wii will restart and you should have your game.
     
  7. Leo Cantus

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    Yeah its easy. Download the WAD file you want, make a folder in the root of thr sd card called WAD. Put your WAD files in there. On your wii go to homebrew channel, wad manager and press plus to install the wad. The wii will restart and you should have your game.
     
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    you get the wad of the game u want and install it with wad manager
     
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    ok thanks...will the game be installed onto my wii menu?? because most of the time i cant use the SD card because its not mine, its for a camera. so will it be on my wii menu that way i can access it without the SD?
     
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    If your a complete moron to understand how to do it, then you shouldn't be allowed to.
    I don't see how people like you ever find how to hack their consoles.
    Damn noob friendly installers :s
     
  11. Leo Cantus

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    Yes it will be on the wii menu
     
  12. tedster912
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    thankyou!!! oh and i have a dvd player channel on my sd card in the homebrew channel....how can i place that onto my wii menu?
     
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    With wad manager. You have enough info to do it yourself so get to it.
     
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    Anti-brick software wouldn't be a bad idea if he plans to attempt to install wads...
     
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    agreed. Not everyone tests theirs as thoroughly as I do, plus there are a lot of bad wads out there.
     
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