Hacking Need help with installing update from WiiU USB Helper

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So I downloaded the update for Botw from WiiU USB Helper and now I'm trying to install it. The problem is I have multiple subfolders in the folder wich looks like this (pic below). I really have no idea how I am supposed to make this installable :/
 

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Ok so it looks like you have downloaded the update then it has been converted to loadiine format somehow. Download the update again using usb download helper dont select anything else in the various options you should now have a folder on the pc open it and you should have a bunch of files like the following

0000000.app
0000001.app
And so on including
title.cert
title.tik
title.tmd

If so copy this folder to the install folder on the sd card and install it like you would a game.
 

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Ok so it looks like you have downloaded the update then it has been converted to loadiine format somehow. Download the update again using usb download helper dont select anything else in the various options you should now have a folder on the pc open it and you should have a bunch of files like the following

0000000.app
0000001.app
And so on including
title.cert
title.tik
title.tmd

If so copy this folder to the install folder on the sd card and install it like you would a game.
Is there really nothing else I can do? Downloading the update again is gonna take ages for me since my internet is really bad and slow..
 
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