which base IOS should I use for cIOS rev20b installer

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  1. fartos32
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    So cIOS rev20 allows the user to choose a base IOS out of IOS 36, 37, 38, 53, 55, 56, 61 and 80.

    I was wondering what one should I choose and what are the advantages and disadvantages of each base IOS?

    Thanks in advance [​IMG]
     
  2. infinete

    infinete The Temp's cynic.

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    If I am right; 37 is good for certain games that require wifi, mostly Monster Hunter tri, 38 has really good compatibility with games and 56 is all round good.....I use 56.
     
  3. Schtinky

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    I was wondering the same, if I were using 56 and doing it offline would I want to use 56 v 4890 or 56 v 5405?
     
  4. XFlak

    XFlak Wiitired but still kicking

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    base37- good for usb peripheral devices (ie. guitar hero games)
    base57- faster usb-loading
    base56- combines the pro's of base 37 and 57 (so I've heard)
    base 60-better sd card compatability (i think)

    so yea, i would say go for base 56

    about which version to use, either the installers read me or the installer itself will tell u what version u need, I don't know off the top of my head (except that it can't be the most recent version, as that just came out Sept 7, which is after the cIOS installer was made)
     
  5. fartos32
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    Thanks guys IOS 57 would be my pick then seeing as I don't use peripheral games.
     
  6. gsaz

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    For what it's worth I'd still suggest you use IOS56 to be honest.
    Uses IOS56-64-v5661

    You can easily find which versions are needed by running the installer (you can exit without actually attempting to install so it's the easiest way to find out)