What is the best and easiest WAD manager?

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Dec 14, 2009
  1. dhabell
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    I have a LU63 wii running Ver. 4.0U. I successfully performed the bannerbomb exploit with HackMii. I have the homebrew channel installed. I installed DVDx. I did not install BootMii.

    On the HackMii v0.3 installer screen it says Im using IOS versions: installer 34, HBC 61, DVDx 36.

    What is the best and easiest to use WAD manager? How do I use and install it? thanks.
     
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    WAD Manager 1.4 (as 1.5 only added NAND emulation support, which isn't working for it, but you can use 1.5 just fine if you like)
    It's a HomeBrew Channel application written by Waninkoko, so it is no longer officially supported
    However, it's the best (if not only) app out there for WAD installation and uninstallation
    You install it by placing the dol file in a folder, then place that folder inside a folder called apps on your SD card
    You then open the HomeBrew Channel to launch it

    http://wiibrew.org/wiki/Homebrew_Channel/Help
     
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    i use the wiininja mod v3 of wad manager 1.5

    its the best.
     
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    I've been using v2 of 1.4 for a while now. What does v3 of 1.5 add on top of that? And where can I find it?
     
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    Agreed, same here.
     
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    what about wad manager Gui anyone think that's any good
     
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    Yes, I use the GUI Wad Manager and find it to be the easiest method...
    No messing around with the - or + keys, just 'Install' or "Remove". Far more noob friendly, plus it looks nicer. [​IMG]
     
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    wad manager lan edition, install on the pc, and don't ever worry about transferring to sd card to install files again. very simple to use and doesn't take that much longer to install a wad, although with hundreds of files and directories it takes a minute or two to load the directory over the network.
     
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    I am using this one but I am having trouble using it, all I get is the following,

    Press LEFT/RIGHT to change IOS version.

    Press A button to continue.
    Press HOME button to restart.



    it won't let me change the IOS version and any button I press, the same message appears again and again, please help me fix the problem


    PS- I reinstalled cIOS rev 14 and still the problem
     

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