Play ISOs without any DVDs or modchip!

Discussion in 'Wii - Hacking' started by eric_4_life, Dec 31, 2008.

  1. eric_4_life
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    latMii announced - 'plug and play' Wii ISO emulation

    The FlatMii team has announced a new mod product for the Wii which is a contrast to most products out their. Essentially, it is a little PCB that hooks up to the Wii's DVD flex cable and motherboard and emulates ISO files using software on a computer which is connected to the device via USB.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bRpWAYs18ec...mp;newsid=34801

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    Dear Sirs :

    We are proud to announce our new wii device named "FLATMII" and introducing a new concept of the wii use.Flatmii doesnt require any kind of soldering,clip or software modification for installing . No modchip is required, flatmii is a simple Plug and Play device and the installation only needs a few easy steps .

    Share any wii supported format from your PC using Highspeed 2.0 USB protocol . Play or emulate anyone of your stored Wii/Gamecube image discs . Forget about problems like newest drive chipsets including EPOXY or D3 ,Dre's or long and noisy disc loadings

    You can even use your Wii without a Wii DVD drive or with a faulty or damaged because it's not required for the FLATMII use

    Official webpage is http://www.flatmii.com , it includes full features,picture of the product ,videoinstallation tutorial and Video Demo links
     
  2. wolffangalchemist

    wolffangalchemist This is bat country!

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    how late are you?
    there's already been 2 topics on this. [​IMG]
     
  3. eric_4_life
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    Sorry, I just found out lol
     
  4. Sportsmaniac1322

    Sportsmaniac1322 GBAtemp Maniac

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    Well before you go posting a totally useless thread, see if it's been posted first. Too many of these threads leads to a messy forum.