Once you use IOS installer, Letterbomb, etc - can you erase them?

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  1. HollywoodX
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    HollywoodX Member

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    Using this wiki:

    http://gwht.wikidot.com/

    I used Letterbomb to hack my Wii for the Homebrew Channel, then ran the IOS 236 installer from the Homebrew Channel, then the d2x installer from the Homebrew Channel so that I could then install the USB Loader.

    Simple question really. After doing all that, do I need the Letterbomb files on my SD card anymore after its been hacked, and can I delete the IOS 236 and d2x installers from the Homebrew Channel itself? I'm trying to clean up a little room on my SD card if possible. Appreciate the help, thanks.

    PS - Forgot I used BootMii first with Letterbomb as well. Basically have apps, bootmii, nus, private folders, and boot.elf file on my SD card with the installers in the apps and Letterbomb in there somewhere.
     
  2. etrigan

    etrigan Member

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    Yes. You can delete them. Leave the apps folder and such, but you can delete any .wad file you are not using.
     
  3. HollywoodX
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    EDIT: Thanks, I figured it out. BootMii is the only thing I needed.
     
  4. TheSocialZombie

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    Can you delete the private folder?
     
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  5. SANIC

    SANIC GBATemp's Sonic Fan in Residence, 後

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    The private folder will be created on it every time the console reads it so do what ever you want
     
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