Uninstalling IOSes question

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  1. xViridian
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    So, ATM, I'm trying to uninstall stub IOSes to get MyMenuify to work. However, I'm confused. After I uninstall an IOS, do I install it again via DOP-Mii and it'll work? Also, if you can tell me specifically which IOSes I'd need, thank you.
     
  2. driverdis

    driverdis I am Justice

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    for stub IOSs, you can uninstall them then that is it. No replacement is needed for a stub since it does nothing as the name suggests.

    stuff like DOP-Mii will tell you if the IOS is a stub so you can uninstall the correct ones. I did not think MyMenuify needed stub IOSs removed to work though.
     
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  3. Brawl345

    Brawl345 GBAtemp Regular

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    Nonononono don't uninstall Stub IOS - it will cause problems (even if they "do nothing"). You just need a cIOS (249 I think) and have to patch the .app for your system menu with a .mym and install the newly created .csm with MyMenuify (ModMii can do this).
     
  4. driverdis

    driverdis I am Justice

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    Since when does uninstalling stubs cause problems?
     
  5. GerbilSoft

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    You might get a System Update message, since the system will detect a "newer" version of the stub (which is no longer installed) is available. Running System Update will reinstall the stub IOSes.

    Other than that, it won't cause any problems.
     
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