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Discussion in 'Wii U - Homebrew' started by Hikari06, Dec 21, 2016.
Can you connect to transfer tool from the PC using a different client like filezilla or WinSCP?
AH HA! I'm a fool. I didn't realize I needed to have the transfer tool program on my Wii U open. Figured it out once filezille worked. Thank you!
I'm glad it works
Yeah it really is an incredible program. I do wish the speed could increase but it's perfect for gba/nes/snes games. Can't be picky
Yeah I know I've tried to improve it but for some reasons there is a serious bottleneck. I'm unsure whether it's because of the hardware or the os socket implementation but it's hard to get above 1.2 MB/ s
It's nothing to worry about. It's already great that this option is available.
It uses the WUPInstaller Mod Y or GX2 as a base? Is there a way to make a homescreen app like the WUPInstallerGX2?
Can you delete the content inside the install folder once it's on your external hdd? otherwise the ftp option is useless.
Yes obviously you can that is the whole point of ftp that you can copy and delete files from.one device to the other.
But I can't seem to find an option inside wup installer or USB Helper Tool to delete then content inside the SD install folder? Or am I overseeing something?
Right now you have to use a ftp client to remove the files. This feature will be added to the app in a future release.
Oh ok thx that would be great!
Maybe automatically delete the content after a successful install would also be an option.
ops wrong thread plz delete that reply
Okey, just wanted to make sure I didnt get redirected to an evil place by all those ADs
Btw, this iosuhax for increased speed. How to apply it?
I thought I had everything I needed when I run Hacxhi -> Homebrew channel -> Wii u usb helper ?
The iosuhax boost is only compatible with mocha.
Okey, thanks for quick reply.
how the iosuhax boost works?
If I'm reading the code properly, the boost comes from mounting the SD with iosuhax's FAT implementation instead of using the normal SD mount.
Yeah that's right. It appears using the regular SD mount is very slow but the iosuhax fat implementation allows for better speeds.
Thanks for the reply