Homebrew Need help uninstalling cIOSes to unbrick my vWii

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So most of them were uninstalled, but these ones for some reason weren't. What exactly does BRICK BLOCKED mean and how do I uninstall the rest?
 

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So most of them were uninstalled, but these ones for some reason weren't. What exactly does BRICK BLOCKED mean and how do I uninstall the rest?

If it were that easy dude...I fear with your solution you only made it worse. Lol.

So what exactly did you do in order to brick your vWii?

Did you allready try the Standard "Use a Lan-adapater-and-connect-the-lan-adapter-with-your-WiiU-combined-with-IPv4 (very important! IPV6 does not work!)-internet-connection"allready?

You gotta wait some hours sometimes since it depends on how long your (semi-broken) WiiU needs in order to detect the Wifi/Internet-signal- and then how long it takes for it to download the necessary patch/update/replacement-data. And if you`re lucky the Wiiu will repair the broken modules and update itself (you can see it, since it shows the status via LEDs (orange light = Standby => Blinking orange light=> Installing something).

So if you notice it tries to download something and then installs it (blinking orange LEG) then you have good chances to repair your semi-Bricked WiiU (aka the vWii-mode of it).

I would strongly advise you to try this method first. Otherwise you might full-brick your WiiU and that means it could no longer operate at all.

Important: When the orange LED of WiiU is blinking DO NOT SHUT-OFF the Power!

Also: Before you do this method, please disconnect ALL USB-accessories. And be careful.


before doing this method make sure your WiiU´s IP was IPv4-configured. And that your ISP uses IPv4 as well (or a combo of IPv4 and IPV6, in this case the WiiU will automatically use the IPv4-protocol).


Like i said: IPV6 cannot be used. So if your WiiU had "internet-gaming-problems" because your ISP has switched to IPV6 only...that means you have very bad cards in order for this method to work. Since that then means the WiiU won`t be able to auto-connect and auto-configure itself for IPV4 to find the necessary server online which carries the data, which is needed in order to repair your WiiU`s partly-broken OS.
 

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