Hacking Waninkoko's app tells me I have 54 titles installed...

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When I ran the Wii Duplicated Channel Remover v2 it said "Reading Titles - 54 titles found".

After it removed my dupes I ran it again and it said 52 titles found. I thought it was a bit odd, so I installed a vc game and it then said 53 titles found and then 52 titles again when I removed the vc title.

So I looked at a few videos on youtube of people using this app and the ones I saw said 02 titles or 05 titles found on their screens.

I have about 7 titles on my menu which includes one bought vc game. I installed a couple of VC games the other day then removed them with the wad installer later but waninkoko's app tells me I have 52 titles installed on my wii?

If Nintendo gets around to scanning our Wii's for installed titles they're going to get a shock when they see I have more titles than my Wii could possibly hold!

I've noticed that Waninkoko has released Wii Duplicated Channel Remover v2.1, was this a bug?
 

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I've experimented a bit more. I had the wad channel installer and uninstaller so I removed them which brought it down to 50 titles. I then removed the other channels which were Mario Kart, Mii Contest and a VC game but it stayed at 50.

So I formatted my Wii, copied over twilight hack so it's the only save game on my Wii and it now tells me I've got 36 titles.

Has anyone got a link for the new 2.1 version?
 

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mark187 said:
It might be including the system wads too. Try running Title Lister and see how many titles show up.

You're right, it is listing system titles. It does list all 36 which are 8 system channels, 4 hidden channels, the twilight hack save game plus another save game with only a 3 letter code, don't know what that is, and the rest are IOS versions although title 35 is System Menu vers.1.34 using FW IOS30.

It looks like 34 is the standard number if you take away the two save games although it's impossible to run the Title Lister program without the twilight hack so a fresh formatted wii must have to have 36 titles as far as I can see. Those others on youtube must have said 82 and 85 titles rather than 02 and 05, I'll have to check again.

If anyone wants to check theirs just rename that title lister.elf app to boot.elf and load it with twilight hack. This is someone else's list that I googled to show you what it looks like on your TV when it runs.

CODEFound 62 titles:
1: Title=10004-524d4350 (game channel 'RMCP') FW: IOS36
2: Title=10004-52464e4a (game channel 'RFNJ') FW: IOS33
3: Title=10001-48415858 (downloaded channel 'HAXX') vers: 0.1 (1) FW: IOS35
4: Title=10001-48414a45 (downloaded channel 'HAJE') vers: 0.4 (4) FW: IOS31
5: Title=10001-48414445 (downloaded channel 'HADE') vers: 1.1 (257) FW: IOS34
6: Title=10001-46414b45 (downloaded channel 'FAKE') vers: 0.5 (5) FW: IOS9
7: Title=10001-48415045 (downloaded channel 'HAPE') vers: 0.1 (1) FW: IOS35
8: Title=10000-00555050 (savedata for '.UPP') vers: 0.10 (10) FW: IOS4
9: Title=10000-00494e53 (savedata for '.INS') FW: IOS33
10: Title=10000-525a4445 (savedata for 'RZDE') FW: IOS9
11: Title=10000-52534245 (savedata for 'RSBE') FW: IOS36
12: Title=10000-0055504a (savedata for '.UPJ') vers: 0.8 (8) FW: IOS4
13: Title=10000-5253424a (savedata for 'RSBJ') FW: IOS35
14: Title=10000-52374545 (savedata for 'R7EE') FW: IOS21
15: Title=10000-52593245 (savedata for 'RY2E') FW: IOS21
16: Title=10000-52385045 (savedata for 'R8PE') FW: IOS17
17: Title=10000-52424d45 (savedata for 'RBME') FW: IOS17
18: Title=10000-524c4745 (savedata for 'RLGE') FW: IOS21
19: Title=10000-52575345 (savedata for 'RWSE') FW: IOS21
20: Title=10000-52484145 (savedata for 'RHAE') FW: IOS9
21: Title=10000-52595745 (savedata for 'RYWE') FW: IOS21
22: Title=10000-52535045 (savedata for 'RSPE') FW: IOS9
23: Title=10000-00555044 (savedata for '.UPD') FW: IOS4
24: Title=10000-524d4745 (savedata for 'RMGE') FW: IOS33
25: Title=10000-00555045 (savedata for '.UPE') vers: 0.6 (6) FW: IOS4
26: Title=10008-48414c50 (hidden? channel 'HALP') vers: 0.2 (2) FW: IOS31
27: Title=10008-48414b50 (hidden? channel 'HAKP') vers: 0.2 (2) FW: IOS31
28: Title=10008-48414c45 (hidden? channel 'HALE') vers: 0.2 (2) FW: IOS31
29: Title=10008-48414b45 (hidden? channel 'HAKE') vers: 0.2 (2) FW: IOS31
30: Title=10002-48414750 (system channel 'HAGP') vers: 0.7 (7) FW: IOS31
31: Title=10002-48414650 (system channel 'HAFP') vers: 0.7 (7) FW: IOS31
32: Title=10002-48415941 (system channel 'HAYA') vers: 0.1 (1) FW: IOS31
33: Title=10002-48414745 (system channel 'HAGE') vers: 0.7 (7) FW: IOS31
34: Title=10002-48414645 (system channel 'HAFE') vers: 0.7 (7) FW: IOS31
35: Title=10002-48414741 (system channel 'HAGA') vers: 0.3 (3) FW: IOS13
36: Title=10002-48414241 (system channel 'HABA') vers: 0.10 (10) FW: IOS31
37: Title=10002-48414641 (system channel 'HAFA') vers: 0.3 (3) FW: IOS13
38: Title=10002-48414141 (system channel 'HAAA') vers: 255.0 (65280) FW: IOS13
39: Title=10002-48414341 (system channel 'HACA') vers: 0.4 (4) FW: IOS31
40: Title=1-25 (IOS37)ÂÂvers: 8.22 (2070)
41: Title=1-10 (IOS16)ÂÂvers: 1.14 (270)
42: Title=1-e (IOS14)ÂÂvers: 1.1 (257)
43: Title=1-24 (IOS36)ÂÂvers: 4.18 (1042)
44: Title=1-23 (IOS35)ÂÂvers: 4.16 (1040)
45: Title=1-21 (IOS33)ÂÂvers: 4.16 (1040)
46: Title=1-22 (IOS34)ÂÂvers: 4.15 (1039)
47: Title=1-1f (IOS31)ÂÂvers: 4.16 (1040)
48: Title=1-1e (IOS30)ÂÂvers: 4.16 (1040)
49: Title=1-1c (IOS28)ÂÂvers: 5.8 (1288)
50: Title=1-16 (IOS22)ÂÂvers: 3.4 (772)
51: Title=1-15 (IOS21)ÂÂvers: 2.5 (517)
52: Title=1-14 (IOS20)ÂÂvers: 0.12 (12)
53: Title=1-11 (IOS17)ÂÂvers: 2.0 (512)
54: Title=1-f (IOS15)ÂÂvers: 1.4 (260)
55: Title=1-d (IOS13)ÂÂvers: 0.10 (10)
56: Title=1-c (IOS12)ÂÂvers: 0.6 (6)
57: Title=1-b (IOS11)ÂÂvers: 0.10 (10)
58: Title=1-101 (MIOS)ÂÂvers: 0.5 (5)
59: Title=1-100 (BC)ÂÂvers: 0.2 (2)
60: Title=1-9 (IOS9)ÂÂvers: 2.4 (516)
61: Title=1-2 (System Menu)ÂÂvers: 1.33 (289) FW: IOS30
62: Title=1-4 (IOS4)ÂÂvers: 0.3 (3)
 

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I had a look at my system with the title list thingie, and I can't make heads or tails of what each of these mean.
It shows as having 47 installed.
I see that it keeps track of firmware updates. I see the fabled IOS37 or something. For the rest it means nothing.
I also cross-checked two installed VC games via that 4 letter code, with the ones on my PC(they matched)

I considered doing system format, but then it prompted me to un-link my account (probably losing all my bought VC games in the process)

We need a tool that clears the 'history' of the Wii, cos I see no point why it still resides on the system if the stuffs no longer on there.
 
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