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Discussion in 'Wii U - Hacking & Backup Loaders' started by Hyperstar96, Mar 5, 2013.
I haven't updated yet, but does anyone know if this blocks out anything homebrew-related?
I updated my Wii U and everything is fine, the Homebrew Channel and all the cIOS are still there.
sysCheck v2.1.0b19 von Double_A und R2-D2199, Nano
...laeuft auf dem IOS58 (rev 6432).
Homebrewkanal 1.1.2 benutzt IOS58
HomebrewFilter ist nicht installiert
Es wurden 72 Titel gefunden.
Es wurden 35 IOS gefunden, von denen 0 funktionslos (Stub) sind.
IOS9 (rev 1290): Keine Patches
IOS12 (rev 782): Keine Patches
IOS13 (rev 1288): Keine Patches
IOS14 (rev 1288): Keine Patches
IOS15 (rev 1288): Keine Patches
IOS17 (rev 1288): Keine Patches
IOS21 (rev 1295): Keine Patches
IOS22 (rev 1550): Keine Patches
IOS28 (rev 2063): Keine Patches
IOS31 (rev 3864): Keine Patches
IOS33 (rev 3864): Keine Patches
IOS34 (rev 3864): Keine Patches
IOS35 (rev 3864): Keine Patches
IOS36 (rev 3864): Keine Patches
IOS37 (rev 5919): Keine Patches
IOS38 (rev 4380): Keine Patches
IOS41 (rev 3863): Keine Patches
IOS43 (rev 3863): Keine Patches
IOS45 (rev 3863): Keine Patches
IOS46 (rev 3863): Keine Patches
IOS48 (rev 4380): Keine Patches
IOS53 (rev 5919): Keine Patches
IOS55 (rev 5919): Keine Patches
IOS56 (rev 5918): Keine Patches
IOS57 (rev 6175): Keine Patches
IOS58 (rev 6432): USB 2.0
IOS59 (rev 7201): Keine Patches
IOS62 (rev 6430): Keine Patches
IOS80 (rev 7200): Keine Patches
IOS236 (rev 65535): Trucha Bug, ES Identify, NAND Zugriff
IOS249 (rev 21010, Info: d2x-v10beta52-vWii): NAND Zugriff, USB 2.0
IOS250 (rev 21010, Info: d2x-v10beta52-vWii): NAND Zugriff, USB 2.0
IOS251 (rev 21010, Info: d2x-v10beta52-vWii): NAND Zugriff, USB 2.0
IOS512 (rev 7): NAND Zugriff, USB 2.0
IOS513 (rev 1): NAND Zugriff, USB 2.0
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it is a small 30 MB update
the next BIG update April
a source link to the news
Wii U system update now available
Confirming. This doesn't do anything to interfere with the vWii.
Thanks for the info, i came here to verify before updating xD
No changes in OS performance, not upgrading.
Actually there are ppl reporting an improved loading time of the OS and menus. Didn't try it yet but I'll definitely install when I get home.
I thought that was being released in April as part of Nintendo's "big" update. I haven't seen anyone report faster times.
http://www.neogaf.com/forum/showthread.php?t=519000 - some say it's way faster, some say there's no visible change...boh
Omg, it feels so fast after the update. I can switch program's on the controller faster than my iPad.
Only Jokingl it's still slows as foooook.
Are vWii IOS36, 56 and 57 still the same version? If they are updated people that haven't modded yet will have problems installing cIOS236 and D2X.
That update is in April.
It says it improves stability. My guess it that it helps the freezing issue to a certain degree. Although I still have some problems mainly when using the Internet Browser for video. Everything else such as Miiverse appears more stable.
Bit Trip Runner 2 still freezes but theirs a patch for that coming soon.
Just for clarification, a WiiU System Updated only handles the WiiU System Nand and does not touch vWii Nand.
If Nintendo wants to patch something on the vWii, they can just do it via Spotpass.
How would you block an update? What if we want to not update in the future. All I saw was an OK button, no cancel button. On the Wii, updates can be blocked by turning on parental controls. Does that work with the Wii U? It made me update before even signing in.
Maybe disconnect the network IF you know of the update before you turn the console on?
I think this is one of the things this update did: It only lets one dialog appear at a time, and so 100 dialogs won't queue and you have to wait a looong time.
Won't work. It downloads the updates in the background. The update finishes downloading, doesn't tell you. You turn it off. Next time you turn it on, it will already have it and force you to install it. Plus, it's tricky to disconnect wireless internet. You would have to block it at the router level. Plus, I need the internet. The main things I use the Wii U for is Netflix, and Hulu, and MiiVerse, and Youtube, and Shop Channel. I could watch videos on my laptop or bluray player, but I like doing it on the Wii U better.
I don't know if keeping downloads paused all the time in Download Management would work. Probably not.
The proper solution is to block access to just Nintendo's update servers, if they have separate servers for that. Then just unblock them when wanted. I can't find the address though. Could someone please sniff their network during an update check to find the IP/Domain of the update servers?