Ash AIOWhat is it? An all in one tool that lets you hack Splatoon for Wii U. Screenshots: p cool amirite? Downloads: Downloads Before I go around posting download links, I wanna say this: Now, here are the downloads: Download from GitHub The source code for this program is also available on GitHub How to use: How to use @B9_Malpractice has made this epic YouTube vid, check it out. Requirements: - Wii U - Splatoon - Internet connection - Computer - This tool Steps: As of now, this version only supports TCPGecko. Future versions will support Geckiine and CosmoCortney's codehandler. - Download this tool from the downloads section above. - Make sure your computer and Wii U are on the same internet connection. - On your Wii U, go to loadiine.ovh and choose TCPGecko + Kernel from the dropdown, then click Submit. - It will run the Kernel Exploit then crash your browser. When this happens, re-open your Internet Browser. - If you are not automatically redirected to loadiine.ovh, go there now. - It will run TCPGecko and crash your Internet Browser again. This time, you can open Splatoon instead of opening your Internet Browser. - Open this tool on your computer and enter your Wii U's IP address into the box, then click Connect. If you need help finding your Wii U's IP address, a tutorial is available by clicking here. - You will see the greyed out buttons "light up" or become enabled. This means you are connected. - Click a hack to apply it, you will see the status of the tool in the bottom left hand corner of it. - To revert all hacks applied and go back to normal, click the revert button at the bottom of the tool. - To disconnect, click Disconnect. That's it! Credits: Credits - Hexexpeck for program development - ASH Team for the hacks in this tool - OatmealDome for assistance with development - turtlefrog for the program icon Changelog: Changelog for v188.8.131.52 Changelog for v184.108.40.206: - Added notepad - Added TCPGecko Client - Added new dropdown menu - Added "View my PC's IP address" button - Fixed changelog window to actually show the text of the changelog from GitHub in a richTextBox instead of using a webBrowser to view the changelog - Added warnings if you are running AshAIO in Development Mode (a mode where you have a version of AshAIO that is not available to the public yet) - Moved some links around - Renamed some dropdowns - Added status bar at the bottom, tells you the current status of the AIO - Info about hacks no longer opens your default web browser, instead it opens a seperate window in the AIO. - Removed "How to install AshAIO" because I wanted to - Added "Related projects" to view projects similar to AshAIO - All hacks are now in tabs instead of group boxes. - All buttons/labels/textboxes relating to TCPGecko Connection are in a group box at the top of the program - Fixed some bugs/typos If you experience issues, report them on the GitHub repository Also little note, this program is not related to SplatAIO, a program made by OatmealDome/seresaa that contains safe hacks for Splatoon.