Replacing Bluetooth Kit Can fix full brick?

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Nov 1, 2008
  1. haunted6108
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    I Read Here http://www.goldenshop.com.hk/AI-trad/wii/bluetooth.htm and a few other websites that 95% of the full brick Wii console can be fixed by replacing the bluetooth kit. Is this true? and can someone give a detailed description of that the bluetooth kit does.
     
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    Obvious fraud, I don't see how the firmware and the Bluetooth transceiver are related to each other in any way.
    Edit: Disregard that, I fail. D:
     
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    It fixes D branch bricks. When you turn the Wii on and all you get is a black screen.

    [​IMG]
     
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    If you read my other topic would i be Branch D or C?
     
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    If you bricked it with software, don't think it could be a bluetooth problem. [​IMG]

    Use this to figure out what type of brick you have:
    http://savemii.net/troubleshooting.html

    It'll probably be C.
     
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    Yeah I'd say its C to but not sure if a savemii would work in my case, don't want to buy one if I'm not 100% sure it will fix my problem.
     
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    You could send it into Ozmodchips for $10, to see if they can unbrick it. [​IMG]
     
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    Yeah I've sent it into a local mod shop and they said they've never dealt with anything like that before so I'm not confident they'll be able to do anything but they said they'll have a go, but thanks for the help. And if worst comes to worst I'll have to send it to Nintendo.
     

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