WAD Manager v1.5 (NAND emulator support)

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Jul 27, 2009
  1. Elfish
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    |ÂÂ WAD Manager v1.5ÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂ |
    |ÂÂ developed by WaninkokoÂÂ |
    +----------------------------+
    |ÂÂÂÂwww.teknoconsolas.esÂÂÂÂ|
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    [ DISCLAIMER ]:
    
    - THIS APPLICATION COMES WITH NO WARRANTY AT ALL, NEITHER EXPRESS NOR IMPLIED.
    ÂÂI DO NOT TAKE ANY RESPONSIBILITY FOR ANY DAMAGE IN YOUR WII CONSOLE
    ÂÂBECAUSE OF A IMPROPER USAGE OF THIS SOFTWARE.
    
    
    [ DESCRIPTION ]:
    
    - WAD Manager is an application that allows you to (un)install
    ÂÂWAD packages.
    
    ÂÂIt lists all the available WAD packages in a storage device
    ÂÂso you can select which one to (un)install.
    
    
    [ SUPPORTED DEVICES ]:
    
    - SDGecko.
    - Internal SD slot (with SDHC support).
    - USB device (1.1 and 2.0).
    
    
    [ HOW TO USE ]:
    
    1. Create a folder called "wad" in the root of the storage device.
    2. Copy all the WAD packages in the folder created in the step 1.
    3. Run the application with any method to load homebrew.
    
    
    [ NOTES ]:
    
    - To use the NAND emulation is necessary to have a COMPLETE copy
    ÂÂof the NAND filesystem in the root of the FAT device.
    
    
    [ KUDOS ]:
    
    - Team Twiizers/devkitPRO
    - svpe
    - kwiirk
    - All my betatesters.
    http://teknoconsolas.tv/wanin/WAD-Manager_v1.5.zip
     


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    folder and IOS select mod anyone?
     
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    Adding Folder Support, IOS Select, and SD Read-Ahead Cache support would greatly be appreciated! Thanks in advance!
     
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    What format is the NAND meant to be? .bin or something else?
     
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    NOTES ]:

    - To use the NAND emulation is necessary to have a COMPLETE copy
    of the NAND filesystem in the root of the FAT device.

    not much help there how do you do that?
     
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    A filesystem dump.
     
  8. zidane_genome

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    I think he was asking, does it have to be the raw files, or can it be the nand.bin backup from Bootmii

    This is also what I'd like to know... do we have to have the raw file structure, or can we have an nand.bin file for the nand emulation
     
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    how do you do that? also once you have the wads unpacked how to do you play the games from a hard drive?
     
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    I'm fairly sure it has to be raw.

    How to do that, is anyone's guess, lol.

    I'm assuming instructions will follow when waninkoko releases the Nand emulation app.
     
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    Ok i got this working, but whats the best to use Fat or Fat32, cause i got it working with fat32 but it seems alittle buggy, cause after i install the first wad to the Nand Emu, it normally bugs out on the next wad when i go to install. -1error but the first wad always installs correctly

    edit: oh and to get it working, just do a FS-Dump you'll get a Wii_FS folder just rip everything out of the folder and place all the Wii Folders on the root of your sd card, pretty simple. I'm using USB Hard right now though,
     
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    What does "NAND emulator support" do?
     
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    yea fstoolbox would more than likely be best. I had a old FS Nand Dump laying around so i used that, I think i used originally used the program FSDump. Not sure
     
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    once you do that though how do you access the games on it from the wii?
     
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    you can't not yet anyways, i just confirmed they installed by going through the files on the USB hard drive, and checking if they installed.
     
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    I've tried bootmii and fstoolbox0.3 dump on my SD and USB dongle without succes.
    This time I'll not try everything to get it working... I'll wait for others [​IMG]
     
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    Well i used FSDump this one, its a really old app though, FSToolBox is newer and i'd think it would work also

    http://www.megaupload.com/?d=ZIK79RGO

    just rip everything out of the Wii_FS folder and place on root. I've only tried this on a fat32 USB Hard drive so far
     
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    What does NAND Emulation do?
    It is not explained anywhere
     
  20. zidane_genome

    Member zidane_genome My sword has a +2 bleeding... wanna test it out?

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    Waninkoko hasn't exactly explained what it does, but everyone has an educated guess...

    You can make your SD card your NAND, so instead of 512MB, you'll have 2-16gig, or even a HD partition... so you could have 10billion blocks free...

    THEORETICALLY...

    Until Waninkoko tells us exactly what we can do with it, no one will really know!
     

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