Playing new games w/o updating HELP!

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Nov 8, 2008
  1. Dark_anth
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    i just rented wii music and it says system update. i dont want to. can i use homebrew to avoid this? please help!!!
     
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    Gecko OS bypasses updates usually so I would try that.
     
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    i tried using wiigators backup launcher 0.3 but it gave me a code dump errror thing. should i just get the origional geko os?
     
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    if your using the back up loader why dont you dump the game from your wii to your computer over wifi, with wiidumper then patch the iso with brickblocker1.3 (to remove the update) then imgburn it to a disk.


    assuming you have a wii , wifi router, dvd burner, and some blank DVD-r disks laying around.
     
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    Upgrade to 3.2, it works great for homebrew and loaders. then install starfall and use it to block future updates. it remains enabled permanently (or until you change the settings)
     
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    3.2u works well for homebrew (if you have a us wii), plus you can get the starfall hack (collection of hacks, only works on 3.2). One of which is to always skip the disc auto-update, which will save you some grief in the future.
     

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