The Ultimate WiiU Hack-Setup (all Nintendo games in 1 device) by Eipok - MAR'18

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  1. eipok
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    Hello MikeVertx,

    I wrote all my walk through in spanish, but hopefully you can understand it or directly translate it through Google Translator meanwhile I translate it to english by my own.

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    Hack Pirateo de Wii U 5.5.2, - 5.5.4
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    1. Ejecutar el Exploit mediante le navegador:


    · Comprar el juego Brain Training (Gratis)

    · Web: sleepii.ovh

    · Sploit: Nº3

    · Link:


    2. Instalar Haxchi en el juego (como sustituyéndolo) Brain Training.


    · Descripción: vale para acceder al Homebrew Launcher sin necesidad de ejecutar el exploit del navegador.

    · Link: https://github.com/FIX94/haxchi/releases

    · Ruta instalador: SD:\haxchi

    · Ruta App HomeBrew: SD:\wiiu\apps\haxchi


    3. Instalar el ColdBoot para iniciar lo que se llama Syspatch/check, es decir, que se inicie parcheada y que se pueda abrir cosas instaladas, como canales artesanales, VC, de la eshop y DLC.



    *OJO, posibiliad de brick: por actualización de la Wii U, mover Haxchi, desinstalar Haxchi desde el menu de Wii U.


    1. Desconectar los discos duros.

    2. Mover el Haxchi a la última página y meterla en una carpeta.

    3. Cargarlo para abrir el Homebrew Launcher.

    4. Actualizar Haxchi en la misma app de Haxchi. Simplemente reinstalar.

    5. Instalar Canal Forwarder de Homebrew Launcher con el WupInstaller.

    6. Ir a la aplicación de ColdBoot, pulsar botón A, y otra vez.

    7. Cuando termine de instalarse, reiniciar la Wii U, cuando aparezca la pantalla negra con Autoboot, presionar el botón home del mando para elegir: Autoboot: System Menu y elegir Boot System Menu.


    · *El icono de Haxchi ya habrá cambiado, no hay que tocarlo ni moverlo.

    · *El Mocha CFW 0.2, ni el mod de FAT32 funcionan bien ya que al salir del Homebrew Launcher, se cuelga la Wii U.


    4. Desinstalar el ColdBoot:


    1. Ir a la aplicación del ColdBoot CHBC: primero pulsamos botón A y luego el B para desintalar.

    2. Apagamos consola y la volvemos a encender.

    3. Cargar Homebrew Launcher para ver si no nos deja entrar, lo que significará, de verdad se ha quitado el inicio parcheado.

    4. Volver a abrir el exploit del navegador (la primera vez me funcionó con loadiine.ovh, o con sleepii.ovh), y hay que tener en la SD la aplicación de Haxchi en la raiz y en la wiuu/apps.

    5. Reinstalar Haxchi.

    6. Operar normal.


    5. Instalar Canal Forwarder de USB Loader GX con el WupInstaller:


    · Instalar en el USB para evitar el error 199-999: https://gbatemp.net/threads/usb-loa...nel-for-wii-u-menu.482595/page-6#post-7898223


    · Realmente no es una inyección, si no que redirecciona la ejecución al forwarder de la vWii (UNEO), por eso sí que reconoce los juegos de Wii, (y no lo hace con el canal que hacía yo) porque abre el USB Loader GX desde la vWii donde el Esconde Particiones, ya no esconde el USB.


    · *Para instalar un canal en el USB hace falta quitar el USB de abajo.

    · https://gbatemp.net/threads/usb-loader-gx-forwarder-channel-for-wii-u-menu.482595/


    6. Instalar Canal Forwarder de WiiU2HBC con el WupInstaller:


    · Instalar en la NAND.

    · *Para instalar un canal en la Nand no hace falta quitar el USB de abajo.

    · https://gbatemp.net/threads/release-wiiu2hbc-a-hbl2hbc-forwarder-channel.455991/



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    Hack Pirateo de Virtual Wii
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    *Importante poner todo mi kit en la SD.

    *Los juegos de GC se gestionan con el programa GC BackUp Manager (https://wii.scenebeta.com/noticia/dmlconv) y los de Wii con Wii BackUp Manager (http://www.wiibackupmanager.co.uk/downloads.html).


    1. Abrir el Wuphax desde el HBL de la Wii U para hackear el Canal Mii de la vWii. (Opción A)

    2. Abrir modo Wii y abrir el Canal Mii para instalar el HBC.

    3. Abrir el Wuphax desde el HBL de la Wii U para restaurar el Canal Mii de la vWii. (Opción B)

    4. Instalar d2x CIOS: V10 BETA 53 D2X...

    a. 56 249

    b. 57 250

    c. 58 251

    5. Instalar IOS 236 Installer v8 special edition:

    a. Installs a patched IOS36 into the IOS236 slot.

    6. Abrir Yet Another Wad Manager, seleccionar que no se quiere otro IOS, e instalar:

    o USB Loader GX-UNEO_Forwarder_5_1_AHBPROT (For vWii ONLY).

    o Homebrew Channel "Wide".


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    USB Loader GX Configuration
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    · Loader's IOS 58

    · Game's IOS 251

    · GameCube Mode Nintendont

    · Nintendont Video Scale (Tamaño): 100

    · Nintendont Video Offset (Posición): 0


    · Memory Card Emulation: Individual.

    · Memory Card Blocks Size: 123.


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    Nintendont - Canal Wii U
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    · Para que funcionen los Zelda Collectors:

    o Nintendont Video Size: 660

    o Nintendont Video Position: -2
     
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    Hey Eipok, did you tried SNES9X RX and Not64?
    SNES9X RX has Gamepad support and Not64 can be overclocked and play at full speed on Wii U (but no gamepad support for now, only Wii U Pro)
     
  3. MikaDubbz

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    Ya really do gotta love a hacked-out Wii U, in addition to playing any Wii U game you desire, you get full compatibility with every Wii game, every Gamecube game (though GBA connectivity sadly is off the table), every NES, SNES, GB, GBC, and GBA game via emulation. A majority of N64 games via emulation and injects, a sizable amount of DS games via injects, full Genesis, Master System, Game Gear, and Sega CD compatibility via genplus GX (plus some other obscure Sega system or 2 in there), a decent amount of PSone and PSP games playable via emulations, full turbografx16 and Neo Geo AES emulations, and a sizable amount of MAME games playable as well. Plus other more obscure systems including even Virtual Boy. It may not play every N64 or DS game, nor can it emulate 3DS or (obviously) Switch titles. But it really does a great job of tackling most Nintendo games from the Wii U and earlier. As such I can't fathom it being a system that I'll ever let go of.
     
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    Not really... Both the SNES9X_GX and Wii64 works well with the latest versions. Regarding the N64, I as well have the VC with filter removal and forced widescreen ratio for the following games:

    upload_2019-11-22_16-19-12.

    PS: to accomplish this, you can take a look to the following tutorial:



    Hope it helps!

    Best regards
     
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  5. MikaDubbz

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    SNES9XGX also has Gamepad support, and the latest Wii64 builds are better than Not64 and too can be overclocked with Gamepad support at that.
     
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    Snes9X RX work greats too and can have some advantages in performance beating Snes9x GX (also have MSU support)

    Also, we cant forget that Wii64 1.2 works with 2 video plugins: Glide and Rice but both run with diferents apps. Wii64 1.2 Rice works better than Not64 because Not64 is Glide only, but Not64 Glide work better than Wii64 1.2 Glide.
    Wii64 1.2 has Wii U Gamepad support buth dont have overclock. Test Wii64 and Not64 with overclock enabled and tell me the diferencce. Also, Glide and Rice have diferents list of compatibility (a game can run better or worse on Glide or Rice)

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    I know about that butthey already solved the input lag of N64 VC?
    Thats the only reason for me to not use N64 VC for now
     
  7. MikaDubbz

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    I promise you that Wii64 Rice works wth overclock and gamepad support, the difference when I use overclock with it is incredibly obvious, without it, games have lag, with overclock, the same games run incredibly smoothly. I promise you, I do know what I'm talking about. I play it a lot these days, especially after Super Mario 64 Land was released where the difference of overclock on and off was immediately noticeable.

    You can get the overclock versions of Wii64 Rice or Glide at that iso site, both with gamepad compatibility.
     
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    How do you know that Wii 64 is the overclocked one, and how can you know that it is activated?
     
  9. MikaDubbz

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    Easy, you test games without launching overclock before booting Wii64, and then test the same games after launching overclock and then Wii64. The games run much more smoothly when you launch overclock before.
     
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    Allright... And how do you activate the overclock?
     
  11. MikaDubbz

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    Get the sign_c2w_patcher homebrew app. Launch the app, brings you back to the home menu, then launch any of the overclock compatabile emulators you have channels for on the home menu. In addition to Wii64 Rice, I have WiiSXR, SNES9XGX, VBAGX, and Mame all with overclock compatibility as well. (These overclock emulators are all readily available on that iso site)
     
  12. eipok
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    So, I understand that having the CBHC (Coldboot Haxchi) activated, just by opening the mentioned emulators, the Wii U is overclocked by default, right?
     
  13. MikaDubbz

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    No. If you had it default to overclocking with CBHC, then some things wont load that aren't overclock compatible when you try to launch them. I have CBHC as well, you need launch the sign_c2w_patcher homebrew app and then launch an overclock compatible emulator.
     
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    I am trying to look for a N64 game to test the Wii64 Rice, but actually, without the patch, everygame runs smothly...
     
  15. MikaDubbz

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    Well a good one to test I say is Super Mario 64 Land, the rom hack that just came out. Completely playable with or without overclock, but without overclock, you can notice some small lag, with overclock, you can't notice any real issues in performance. But yeah, those latest builds of Wii64 have definitely come a long way as it is where overclock isn't really needed all that much as it is, but if you're looking at the right titles, you can definitely notice a difference.
     
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    Probably, in all honesty, I just used the included sign_c2w_patcher that the Wii64 Rice Overclock download included from that iso site. The modified date of that version in the zip file is 3/27/2018 which is newer than the version you linked there, but I'm not sure if that's just in reference to when he zipped it up, or if it's a build not hosted on the github site (probably the former, but I can't say definitively). I'm just gonna PM you the forum post to make sure you get the proper files.
     
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