"no homebrew is affected by this update" OH WAIT-

Discussion in 'Wii - Hacking' started by TheJorsh, Oct 16, 2010.

Oct 16, 2010
  1. TheJorsh
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    Newcomer TheJorsh Advanced Member

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    A quote from Wiibrew.org:
    (Also, I don't remember if I've tried any backup loaders since Monday, I THINK they still work.
    If they don't I'll edit this post to let you guys know.)
    EDIT: Backup loaders still work.
    I still can't figure out what's wrong with Gecko though.


    I've gone through all the necessary steps in the softmod guide,
    (I usually do after every update, or if something like this happens, I'll go through it to make sure I'm up to date)

    So what else am I missing?
    The update's obviously done SOMETHING to my homebrew...
     
  2. Nintendo_Chick

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    have you tried re-downloading geko os?
     
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    just because the latest update didn't affect homebrew doesn't mean the previous didn't.

    When you update online everything is being updated!
     
  4. WiiPower

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    Nothing would have been affected if you had all updates from before that update.

    Anyways, depending on which Gecko OS version you use, it's IOS249 or IOS36 that was overwritten. And Gecko OS requires some patches to the IOS it uses, or else it hides the options that won't work.
     
  5. TheJorsh
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    Newcomer TheJorsh Advanced Member

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    I'm pretty sure everything was up to date just before September 8th...

    What should I use to get IOS249 back to how it was then?

    (Or possibly 63?)
     

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