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Discussion in 'Wii - Hacking' started by XFlak, Jun 2, 2010.
Cool. Wonder how far he's gotten on IOS reload blocking via USB? IIRC he's already done it for disc loading.
yup u remembered correctly!
lets hope he figured it out! Personally, I think this rev is going to be his best yet
I hope its just one cios this time and not all these different bases. I never saw the point in them.
they make a big difference, and I'm sure they will still be in rev20
Sweet! Hopefully everything is smooth as gravy when it releases!
ya but would there be a way of combining it all into one cios in one slot.
Excuse my ignorance but what is IOS reloading block for?
IOS reloading games don't work using the cIOS, and restart the console.
With this block games like Metroid Prime Trilogy will work through USB.
I hope we can pick a separate base for OS249 and 250.
You can already install a separate base for ios249 and 250, although yeah, it would be nice to have it integrated in the installer.
XFlak, you will update Nus Auto Downloader with the new rev20 when it comes out?
anyone recall Slots? he stated he will be making this install to 249-2?? as many as is needed.
Of course it had a point!
To further complicate things for noobs.
average gbatemp conversation:
peep: my cIOS249 doesn't work! It's rev 19!
gbatemp: what base IOS did you use?
peep: I can't remember. Does it matter? It's Waninkoko's 19!
gbatemp: it matters for certain games, yes.
peep: you're sure? it didn't use to matter
gbatemp: well, it matters now.
peep: but...but...it's the latest version. It should be able to play everything!
gbatemp: you don't know the slightest thing, do you?
peep: are you trying to say there's a DIFFERENCE in those installation options? I just clicked some things without really understanding what they meant.
But on topic: yeeeey! A new revision that'll work with triiforce*.
(just too bad this message wasn't made 2 days ago)
*assuming it hasn't changed that much since it was tested with triiforce, of course
any status on Custom MIOS rev 06?
So it's actually coming next month...we all know the delays . Nah, I'm just kidding .
Looking forward to the Slots, and the Triiforce-Compatibility. Not shure if we'll see IOS-Reload blocking for USB, so I'm not hoping for it. If it's done, awesome, otherwise I have enough to look forward to.
Let's wait and see what rev20 will bring.
Of course I will (assuming NUSAD isn't shut down by then... if u've been following the NUSAD thread, you'd know the issues I am facing right now)
It may take some time for me to add it to NUSAD depending on when exactly Wanin releases it, I'm on vacation from June 11 to July 6, so I probably won't be working much on NUSAD until mid July
Wanin, if u are reading this, keep up the great work, and thanks for being okay with NUSAD recreating your cIOSs
How orgasmic, can't wait for it.
It has already been clarified, but I'll additional clarification on what has already been speculated:
-Bases matter and due to (most likely) space limitation you can't install all of them in one blank slot (200 series)
-Because of this, we may need to install multiple CIOS which he integrated into the actual program itself (choose a slot between a certain range)
-A custom IOS replicates the codes of a certain base (57...etc) and creates a new IOS in the blank slot for use of other homebrew applications
-Triiforce should be fixed for Rev 20 (as reported by marc; bugs in the nand emulation on 18 and 19)
-Fat modules have also been tweaked and possibly fixed (a quick fix when rev 19 came out)
-This sounds like the most epic CIOS out of the series and anything before should be useless and not used (unless AP is involved in some emulations)
Can't wait to see what it brings.
As for the multiple bases, they're not very useful to me. IOS37 base is pointless since I don't play any music games, and IOS57 base is incompatible with my HDD (or more correctly, the HDD case).
Interesting. It would be nice to see what specifically is different from the HDD case's and IOS 57 compatible harddrives. The probability of it sounds like to be hardware configurations but hardware between external harddrives can only differ by so much considering the functionality of it is pretty similar. I wonder if a series of algorithms can remap incompatible harddrives to function as a compatible one. Maybe the harddrive itself fails a check or two and that can be bypassed.
How to go about doing this is beyond me, I can only speculate to a certain point without the necessary experience to do something like the above.