Skip wad manager somehow?

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Mar 28, 2009

Skip wad manager somehow? by TheBuzzer at 5:35 AM (515 Views / 0 Likes) 3 replies

  1. TheBuzzer
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    Newcomer TheBuzzer Advanced Member

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    I am wondering now that vc games can be put on sd card, is there a way to skip installing the game first onto the wii using wad manager than moving it onto the sd card?

    Maybe there isnt such a program yet but I am thinking maybe someone will figure out how to make hd to sd without wad manager now that there is sd channels
     
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    Rumor has it Waninkoko's working on an update to Wad Manager installing directly to SD, like the Shop Channel ...

    You would basically install from SD -> SD =), but still it would take out the tedious step of exiting Wad Manager and copy stuff over to SD when you start to run out of blocks.
     
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    But that doesnt skip wad manager. would be cool if it i can just run a program on my pc and it will write the wad as a special way into the sd card
     
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    You still need a ticket for each title to be able to copy it, and it's saves, from SD to your Wii (this includes the new "play-directly-from-SD-thingie"). This is also why you have to have played Zelda to be able to install the Twilight Hack.

    To get a ticket into your system, you have to either buy the title from Nintendo Shop, or install a homemade one through cIOS with Wad Manager. There is no way of copying stuff to your Wii without tickets available without running a third party program on your Wii; so you might as well stick to Wad Manager.
     

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