Hacking Problem trying to install cIOSx

WiihackingNoobie

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Hi im having a problem installing ciox whenever i try to install it my wiimote looses signal
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so if you know please make it detailed cause im a noob thanks!
 

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That usually means that you are selecting a stub ios to install with. Ensure you are loading the ciosx installer with a functional patched ios.
 

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I am sure it is, but you don't seem to know which or what patched ios you have or which to use. I may be wrong. When you run the ciosx installer you need to run it under an ios with the trucha patch and preferably the version patch. Say ios236, ios249, ios250, ios222/223, maybe ios36.
 

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