Title Uninstaller v0.1 Released for Wii

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  1. Foie
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    Foie That one guy

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    A new and useful Wii homebrew application has just been released by Redbird! Title_Uninstaller v0.1 basically acts the same as the Wad Uninstaller, except there is no need for the original wad file to delete your channels. This should be very useful!

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    Source (Spanish): http://www.elotrolado.net/hilo_title-unins...sin-wad_1053598

    EDIT: Here's another download link [​IMG]
    http://www.mediafire.com/?ybypilyqnnx

    EDIT 2: Better translation [​IMG]
     
  2. 704jaffer

    704jaffer GBAtemp Regular

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    Finally, I've been hoping for something like this for a long time, I have so many mish-mashes of bad and good titles, I'd love to clear out the gunk on my wii.
     
  3. 8v8t8r

    8v8t8r Advanced Member

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    only problem is that it doesn't tell you the title of the downloaded channels.
     
  4. Foie
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    Foie That one guy

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    Are you sure? I haven't tried it out yet, but it says it has the titles of the "normal" channels (whatever that means). Have you tested it?
     
  5. fiveighteen

    fiveighteen High Hopes and Low Expectations

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    It lists the titles by their ID, like for The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess it would show "RZDE". This wasn't a problem for me because I keep a text file with all the games on my wii and their ID, so once Title Uninstaller shows me the list, I just refer to my text file and pick out the ones I need to delete.

    You could also just edit the ID for VC games before installing them to something you'd remember when seeing. For example, when I injected Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles IV: Turtles in Time I renamed the ID to "TNMT". [​IMG]

    Note: the ID's are in the *.tik and *.tmd files. Just open them with a hex editor and edit away.