1. slinkylink

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    Hi friends!

    I'm a super noob who is good at following instructions and enjoyed modding the wiiU for the kids a couple of years back. I had no actual idea of what I was doing, but excellently followed a tutorial and managed not to brick the WiiU :)

    I've been using WiiUsb Helper to download games for the little monsters, and the latest request was Super Mario Maker. All went well until Mr 4 tried to play the Course World, and we got the error code 106-0502.

    I understand that this is a network type error? I've tried rebooting everything, and my connection appears fine :/

    Is this just one of those cases where a pirated game won't work online? Do I need to update something? I live in fear of bricking the console. The children would have my blood...

    Any help/condolences/derisive laughter is appreciated

    *edited for stupidity: I also copy/pasted the wrong number into the title, and now I can't edit it.... as you can see, the situation is dire..
     
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  2. Prince Valmont

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    I've been getting error code 001-0502 on my 3DS since I believe last night. Maybe they're doing server maintenance?
     
  3. smileyhead

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    Two potential solutions I've found online is see if the game is updated (you can see the version number in the bottom right corner of the title screen; the latest version should be 1.47) and if not, update it to the latest version (download and install the update through USB Helper), or perform a power cycle on the console (turn it off, unplug it for 10 seconds, then plug it back in and turn it on).
     
  4. slinkylink

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    Thanks for the ideas guys, I'll definitely check for updates and try cycling the power again.

    If all else fails, it can be a lesson in patience for the kids :P
     
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