Organize Wii Menu

Discussion in 'Wii - Hacking' started by Anubis, Oct 26, 2008.

Oct 26, 2008

Organize Wii Menu by Anubis at 7:29 PM (1,519 Views / 0 Likes) 12 replies

  1. Anubis
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    Simple question, is it possible to organize the channels? If so, how or with what?
    (having the Homebrew channel on the second "page" of the Wii Menu isn't that practical)
     
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    A + B on a channel and drag.
     
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    Simply, hold A & B, and move your selected Channel to where ever you please.
     
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    Oh... Fuck... I love you both.
     
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    Also, if you use GeckoOS 1.07b's (the latest GeckoOS, I posted a DOL of it in another thread) Rebooter, you can move the Disk Channel (provided you enable that option and aren't on 3.3v2)
     
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    Are you serious? They came up with a hack to move the disc channel!!! I so got to look into it!

    Could you be nice enough to post the DOL/thread? Thanks ^^
     
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    Yeh just use rebooter, then move your disc channel like normal, then to test it power off and on, you'll see its Stored and is placed where you left it [​IMG]
     
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    the amount of time it takes to type in the thread, you would of though they would know how to convert these elfs to a .dol lol
     
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    Thank you Arm The Homeless ^^

    Also, thank you djdynamite123 for that information how to turn the system off and on.

    I will try it when I get time. [​IMG]
     
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    Exactly how do you use the rebooter? I only see some options like recovery, force region, etc. I don't see anything directly related to reorganizing the system menu. If I enable recovery then press B, Wii reboots but then halts at a black screen, showing "3.3 U" at the corner. I'm running 3.3U v1.
     
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    I already knew about how to organize channels but why is it sorta dumb? Is it just me or can you only drop channels on empty spaces and can't drop them anywhere so that it pushes all the other channels to the right by one spot? Makes just trying to squeeze one channel into a spot and having the others just move a space really annoying.
     

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