Sending and installing wads over wifi

Discussion in 'Wii - Hacking' started by ChuckBartowski, May 27, 2010.

  1. ChuckBartowski
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    Crap (the channel maker) will do this easily with wiiload. Is there a standalone app to do this with any wad?
     
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    use transmitmii and usbloader gx mode..

    you might also try wad manager LAN edition... never got it to work personally though...

    I am still waiting on SMB share game loading.. instead of USB.. how awesome would that be if they could integrate it as a feature in USBLoader GXS (puneek)!!
     
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    Tried wad manager LAN edition. Slow as shit. wont use it again. Plus it accesses your PC like a server, not where you send it stuff. Gonna try the USBLoader GX thing now.
     
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    customizemii has this just open HBC and click send on pc
     
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    False. the first time i found out about wad manager lan edition i timed it. it took like 1min 30sec to install a wad using REGULAR wad manager. then with lan edition, only took like 2mins, if i remember correctly it was just slightly under 2 mins.

    i was worried about the same thing. so maybe its your router or your pc or wii, but i don't think its wad manager lan edition.

    i don't install wads on the wii, i put them on a virtual nand.