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Discussion in 'Wii U - Homebrew' started by brienj, Jan 7, 2017.
I have CBHC v1.6 and it works fine for me. [Autoboot to Sysmenu]
actually, im getting this issue too. No parental controls, hdd plugged in, mocha cfw cbhc sysnand. I get an error has occurred when opening up your latest version.[/QUOTE]
Im pretty sure this is a Mocha related problem. I remember having this issue a few weeks ago when I tried installing the WupinstallerGX channel on sysnand while using the latest Mocha fat32 compiled build. Going back to the latest Mocha official release (No fat32 support) and installing the channel on the usb drive (Wii USB not Fat32) solved both the 199-9999 and the channel not starting problems.
It's possible to play with the Wiimote ?
I was playing and my gamepad charger broke.. I'm serious ¬¬
If I have Haxchi can this Install dlc region free and virtual?
hey guys, i have haxchi and the homebrew launcher with it, how can i install the WUP installer gx2 ? do i need to install it as a channel or can i just load it through the homebrew launcher?
there are two version of Wup Installer gx2, a elf one to load throught HBL, and an installable package to install throught the elf, then usable as a channel on a CFW
Thanks! Is there any difference in the HBL and CFW version in terms of functionality?? I want to install Zelda BOTW with the HBL Version of WUP Installer GX2. Should it work?
Custom channels can't be launched without a CFW... but no differences between two versions.
off cource, you can install with the hbl version on legit firmware if you have the original title.tik or on CFW if you have a fake signed title.tik
Sorry I'm new to this but what kind of USB external HDD format does this support? Does making multiple partition work for this?
I read that you can install games to external USB and it should be faster than loadline. (BoTW has loading time issues with)
ok, this app support only the wiiu usb format, and i think (not sure) that doesn't support multiple partitions.
but if you have 13Go free space on the internal memory, you can install BotW in nand
oh so I'm guessing I use the WiiU itself to format my ext HDD if I don't have enough space? Thanks for the quick reply!
Hi, im kind of new to this, I am wondering if after I install the games to the internal memory of the wii u, can I delete the install files from my memory card? Just want to be sure.
off course you can
I'm having a bit of trouble, I keep getting a 0xFFFCFFE9 device failed (no USB storage attached?) error. I'm using a 64 GB flash drive. I had everything working with the same WiiU and SD card so I assume it couldn't be those giving me issues.
Hi, you MUST format your HDD from Wii U and than install games with Wup Installer.
And most of apps need to run under Permanent Custom Firmware like Haxchi or you must load something to Sign and Patch Firmware when needed.
For example a preparation like illustrated in this video is needed for a Custom Firmware.
Hope this helps.
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Hi, maybe you don't have Formatted you External USB from Wii U.
For the moment there are no way to Install things over external USB with standard FAT32 / NTFS mode or multipartition.
Hi guys, is there a way to update/create a new version of Wup installer wich support Wiimote and/or Pro controller? Wii u gamepad are fragile and hard to replace and I'm stuck since Wiimote/pro controller is not supported. I tried with The HID to VPAD but freeze your wup installer (all versions) gx2, 1.0 and 1.3 ; even the Wiiu usb helper transfer tool elf, I dońt know what to do!!
It doesn't boot. I get a pop up with error code 199-9999 and it forces me to shut down my console.
Running Haxchi CFW. What am I doing wrong?
Launching it from HBL works perfectly.
Is it installed on NAND or USB? And do you have a Nintendo formatted USB plugged in or not?
To NAND. Yes a WFSU formatted USB stick is plugged in. Would removing it while installing the channel fix it?
As a long time Loadiine (or WUP to sysNAND) user I'm kinda new to USB. Would it do me any harm to pull off the drive before boot and stick it in again before my next boot?
Is the Wii U just checking whether a drive is connected on boot and lists the games? Don't wanna mess around.