UNMODDING vWii

Discussion in 'Wii U - Hacking & Backup Loaders' started by Musketti Masi, Feb 4, 2016.

  1. Musketti Masi
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    Is there anyway to unmod the vwii homebrew. Im scared that if I brake my wii u i will have no warrenty on it. Do you unmod it like the Wii?
     
  2. GalladeGuy

    GalladeGuy Freeze Kirby :3

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    Just delete the homebrew channel and homebrew related files on your SD Card. They'll never know in the event it breaks.
     
  3. Musketti Masi
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    Does that really delete everything?

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    Cause deleting homebrew channel from the wii was so complicated
    https://www.digitalworldz.co.uk/nintendo-wii-forums-285/201211-make-your-wii-virgin.html

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    And does it still left marks on my wii u. Like is there a change of getting the wii u bricked or something? Does it delete it PERMANENTLY
     
  4. GalladeGuy

    GalladeGuy Freeze Kirby :3

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    Hacking vWii does nothing to the Wii U in the first place, so uninstalling it wouldn't do anything.
     
  5. ScarletDreamz

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    AFAIK, there is NEVER a 100% going back from a softmod, meaning, that if Nintendo WANTS to know if you softmodded it, they eventually find it, however, reading on the forums said that Nintendo has 50/50 on this one, some say that Nintendo actually fixed their wii, and others said that Nintendo did not wanted to fix it due to the softmod.

    a little advice here, leave it like that, if you already softmoded the vwii, following a good tutorial, there's nothing that can go wrong if you don't install wads or user stuff that you don't supposed to, USB loader and emulators should be fine, they don't write on nand, avoid using other stuff tough.
     
  6. Musketti Masi
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    Well i only play emulators so...
     
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    so leave it like that, you don't need to remove it, don't install wads, don't perform ANY action that writes on the NAND, if you already it successfully softmoded it.
     
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    Yea, just don't follow that guide it says to delete any IOS over 60. Deleting 80 will remove the system menu. Brick.

    There's a lot of ways to go about it. Usually it's hacking in reverse. Removing the CIOS, removing HBC. Though your playlog will still show whatever's on it.
     
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  10. TecXero

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    Just delete the channels using the vWii's own manager. Don't bother going in to dig out anything else or else you could end up bricking your vWii. They're not hurting anything, assuming it was set up properly, and you'll probably do more harm than good removing them.
     
  11. Musketti Masi
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    Do I have to remove the homebrew channel from the vWii´s memory?
     
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    In order to What? if you want to play emulators? No. Dont remove it.
     
  13. Musketti Masi
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    Okay but i still feel...guilty or something. I really regret it!
     
  14. ScarletDreamz

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    Then probably you are in the wrong forum.
     
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  15. TecXero

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    You don't have to if you don't want to. If you intend to run any homebrew, leave it. If not, delete it.
     
  16. Darkyose

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    Home Alone Somewhere.
    Guilty???
     
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  18. Whatnoww

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    You shouldn't feel guilty. You bought the piece of hardware. You're technically in your own right to do whatever you want to your console. It's you're possession. Not Nintendo's.
     
  19. GalladeGuy

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    That's true, but your argument is invalid. While you have the rights to the system, you don't have the rights to the games.
     
  20. Whatnoww

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    I wasn't referring to the games. I was referring to only modding the console, since he seemed guilty. If he was guilty about the games he would have only stopped playing them, but he wants to unmod the entire console.