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Discussion in 'Wii U - Hacking & Backup Loaders' started by AshleyCummings, Sep 8, 2016.
nope, that's normal for using the dns filtering. You can check the reports here: https://yls8.mtheall.com/ninupdates/reports.php
Or you could check wiiubrew periodically to see if there's a new update listed on there.
Ok thanks sorry if I posted in the wrong area I'm new to WiiU side of Homebrew while I'm not homebrewed yet still waiting on things sorry if I caused issues mod can lock this please or delete o.o
If you want to know about Wii U updates the moment they're released, follow the WiiUmpersonator Bot on Twitter.
how many times do these no0bs have to post this, I swear.........
Here we go again...
I know it's getting beyond a joke we see three or four threads a week all asking this very question. Newbies need to learn to search if the question they have has already been asked or worst case scenario check other sites before posting.
O.O I'm not a newb!!! And I'm on iPad ! And my wifi is slow as molasses ... Yes I'm new at WiiU stuff but I am most certainly not a newb!
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I will say there are more rude people on this site then years ago jumping at accusing one of a Newb Because of a simple post question! I was just wondering if if there was a new update, first time using a dns, didn't see any recent posts on a new update so I made one ! Now I really do not want to here people calling me a newb on a simple question, Fine I was in the wrong, I did above ask a mod to lock this thread. Once I found out, Now if that could be done I'd be happy!
Google fixes a lot of questions like this though.
Yea I know I googled, and googled, was confused why my system showed a update that failed to download! Like I stated first time using a DNs ! I was just wondering if a update snuck out who knows?
If their was a new update patching exploits their would be 4 or 5 threads talking about it.
Well, you are less newbie (in wii u scene) since you learned a new thing.
If you want to know why do that happen, it's because wii u tries to check for updates but fails because the DNS, and Nintendo never programmed an error for that, so it just displays update download error.
The op got two answers and posted back. All the rest of you are just bumping this thread back to the top of the list. Time to shut it down.
No: As far as I can make a non-programmer non-developer just-a-user assessment; The Wii U periodically checks for updates. If the connection to do so is stopped the Wii U Figures out there is a update but some sort of error in downloading it (because of the specific block to updates and nothing else)