Title ID for Homebrew Channel

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Jun 4, 2009
  1. BengalsRZ
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    I've looked at multiple lists and can't seem to find a title ID for the Homebrew Channel. Because of this, I can't delete my HBC using the Anytitle deleter.

    Help please.
     
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    Member KiiWii GBAtemp Psycho!

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    haxx ?
     
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    Awesome, thanks guys it worked. Two final questions:

    1.) Can you organize your channels? Like can I move one of my channels from page 2 to the front page to fill in that hole?

    2.) Is it safe for me to send my wii to nintendo now? Are all traces of any sort of hacking gone?
     
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    No not all traces are gone. There's still play history I believe, and I don't think you can get rid of it. And yes you can move another channel to fill the gap. Point at the channel you wish to move and press A and B together (like tweezers or something) then drag it where you want to go. Put it at the side of the screen to move it to next page.
     
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    Awesome, learn something new every day :wtf:


    I haven't actually used the HBC in many months until today, would you say its safe to send it in to nintendo now?
     
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    1. Hold A and B.
    2. Hold + and - turning on your wii and at the health screen and boot to maintenance mode.
     

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