Making Your Own USB Loader...

Discussion in 'Wii - Backup Loaders' started by dn_angel000, Aug 28, 2010.

  1. dn_angel000
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    How would I go about creating 1 if I wanted 2, I mean what would I need specifically? lol

    EDIT: Program wise...
     
  2. PsyBlade

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  3. Fudge

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  4. dn_angel000
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    Ok got that but what do I launch 2 start? Do I Open up C++? lol
     
  5. Arm the Homeless

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    ...you open up a text editor. Then you start writing code in it.
     
  6. Riley

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    Its not gonna happen dn_angel000. It doesnt seem like you know much about coding let alone make your own usb loader.
     
  7. Blue-K

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    He's trolling. Or at least I hope so...
     
  8. Hadrian

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    Sweet! Gonna write my Gamecube USBloader now.

    Cheersthanksbye.
     
  9. dn_angel000
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    K thanx! Umm.. R there any vids on youtube about/on this?
     
  10. Rydian

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    You don't know nearly enough to even begin thinking about making one.

    I can tell this because if you did know enough, you would not be asking the questions you asked.
     
  11. OncleJulien

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    you forgot the lol at the end of your post.
     
  12. JonthanD

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    Gaydrian if you search on google for "learn C++" there are tons of video's but they are mostly X86 centric but you will learn important concepts needed for writing code.

    Learning PPC ML is somewhat less important unless your going to hand code your own aps at the ML level. (I like ML code myself but I like it in small bits....)

    Anyway if you find any good links PM me, I too am always trying to learn how to code... lol

    Thank goodness only a few unfortunate individuals have had to suffer running anything I wrote [​IMG]

    My biggest ap was a P2P version of ICQ back in the day, my hard drive crashed and wiped months worth of work out and I gave up on coding anything for many years... (I still get anxiety problems just looking at source code....)

    Edit: I found this and it might help get you started in the right direction.

    http://wiibrew.org/wiki/Devkitppc_setup_(Windows)
     
  13. trumpet-205

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    You need to learn about C++.

    Then look at CFG, WiiFlow, and USB Loader GX source codes. Understand their codes and write your own code.
     
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    Create a wii homebrew program that does the following:
    Load IOS249
    Init USB
    Look for a WBFS partition
    Show some game selection menu
    Tell the cIOS to mount the selected game
    Boot the game as if it was a disc game, but without any further IOS Reload!
    Done