as i have a service where i install backup launcher on peoples wii's, i've been looking for a way to downgrade them from 3.3 and 3.4 for a fair while now and i've found it =). this tutorial assumes you know how to get all the apps and required files, also assumes you know how to operate everything related to homebrew. *disclaimer* i will not be held responsible if you do end up bricking your wii following this guide, i have done it plenty of times and each time it has worked without problem. 1. Install Homebrew Channel with twilight hack or use the disc if you have a chip. 2. Load up WAD manager and install IOS16-64-v257-prod.wad, with a little googling you should be able to find this. 3. Load up Custom Wad Manager and install cIOS_fix.wad 4. Load up Wad manager again ( there is a difference between custom WM and WM) and install these in order Code: IOS17-64-v512.wad IOS20-64-v12.wad IOS21-64-v514.wad IOS31-64-v1040.wad IOS33-64-v1040.wad IOS34-64-v1039.wad IOS35-64-v1040.wad IOS36-64-v1042.wad These IOS files can be a bit tricky to find, so find a game with the 3.2 update (i know bloom blox has it, just make sure its the right one for your region) and extract them using wiiscrubber or something similar. 5. While still in Wad Manager install these files in the following order Code: IOS30-64-v1040.wad SystemMenu-v290.wad ( for PAL) SystemMenu-v289.wad (for NTSC) IMPORTANT: YOU MUST INSTALL IN THIS ORDER, IF YOU DO NOT IT WILL BRICK YOUR WII once again, i will not be held responsible if you do end up bricking your wii. these files can also be a little tricky to find. go look for bushings semi-brick fix discs, look for one that corresponds to your region (NTSC for US, PAL for Europe, UK, australia and surrounding regions, NTSC-J for Japan)and extract them using wii scrubber. Congratulations! you are now on 3.2! and you can install what you like. Thanks goes to; Emperor of Canada for his/her tutorial - it helped me plenty of times when i forgot the process of installation, also the modeling of this tutorial goes after his/her tutorial. Waninkoko - wad manager, the downgraders and cios of course! and more thanks goes to you for showing the files that the IOS downgrader downloads when it downloads them. Bushing - the semi brick fix discs, the last and vital part of the downgrading part.