Keeping with the usual format, nondescriptive links have been posted on 4chan's /vp/ board today. However, despite being three archives, they are in fact five files, as one of them is split into three parts, a first for these leaks.
The description of the contents, as usual, is a non-exhaustive summary.
Name: wiidump.7z - 2.853.553.005 bytes - SHA1: E62FBB932209C753AC04729B5C1E41A718B54FB0
- The infamous Pre-repair Check Disk, used to detect IOSes with an unofficial titleID or an excessively high version, the Twilight Hack saves, as well as evidence of discs that failed BCA verification; it also deletes personal information such as the delivery address for photos ordered via the Digicam Print Channel. It runs on IOS55, solving another long-standing question of what IOS newer service discs use after the IOS16 scandal.
- The Vwii version of the Wii Backup Disc, as above, using IOS55.
- Drivers for the NDEV systems including the Barnacle2 EXI to USB interface.
- Full datasheet for the Broadway processor.
- SDBoot images for use with the appropriate boot2 uncovered in previous leaks.
git_program170525momiji.zip - 752.870.668 bytes - SHA1: E6BBA57133C8F90C019429D3F88EF68087AA74F5
- Partial source code for Pokémon UltraSun/UltraMoon (with git history, but not including artwork, music, or strings)
- Zorro library for extra signing on 3DS of (eg) save files
ios-releases.tar.7z.001 - 4.294.967.296 bytes - SHA1: FE9A48420E9A720DF59A7CD9CE4B19DD532519B9
ios-releases.tar.7z.002 - 4.294.967.296 bytes - SHA1: B612B4C9E717ADA42D4B93281DF287A3462DDD07
ios-releases.tar.7z.003 - 3.436.014.938 bytes - SHA1: 678845F8AC3EEEEEE3A3B2B201045565769A66BF
- Fairly comprehensive history of Wii IOS (source and binaries) and, to a significantly lesser extent, of other core system software.
Update! As of 2020-10-22, two new archives have been posted:
develop_Develop_264_20180326134219_Sword.zip - 3.157.719.053 bytes - SHA1: 9F4DBCB29D60E2822E8435E16D236FBB510D7500
- Early version of Pokémon Sword with debug features and a seemingly complete National Dex in developer encrypted NSP format.
develop_Develop_30_20171222164419.zip - 4.106.379.559 byte - SHA1: CDC04AA860E5102BE6EC6A33E8C358B39D04FB40
- An earlier prerelease developer version of Pokémon Sword, despite the name of the contents ("beluga") suggesting it would be Let's Go.
And, barely a day later, yet another Sword build:
develop_Develop_562_20180525204848_Sword.zip.001 - 4.294.967.296 bytes - SHA1: F10E3617AB28777520B415F62C2B1EA6EB46B9A2
develop_Develop_562_20180525204848_Sword.zip.002 - 1.803.361.276 - SHA1: A6AF237718AF074774D4429AD330E5FD9B4027C0
[PLATFORM=/platform/wii]Wii[/PLATFORM] [GAME=/game/pok-mon-ultra-moon.36793]Pokémon UltraSun & UltraMoon[/GAME] [GAME=/game/pok-mon-sword.37382]Pokémon Sword[/GAME]
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