which hack for Wii do u recommend!

Discussion in 'Wii - Hacking' started by test84, Jun 16, 2007.

Jun 16, 2007
  1. test84
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    Member test84 GBAtemp's last ninja 2.

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    Hi,
    I read reviews for Wii's hacks but i cant decide.
    1-plz tell me the pros and cons of each one, one of my main concerns is GC games, i want them to be playable at good conditions without glitches.
    2-and another thing, IF I GET the Super Paper Mario and update my Wii, will i be able to use modchip AFTERWARDS?
    3- Does these "updatable" chips really work? i mean do they really update and increase functionality or their just like the other non-updatable ones and their update doesnt REALLY work.

    thnx.
     
  2. g.crow

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    1. no wiikey then
    2. sure
    3. sure
     
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    whats cons of Wiikey? what about Wiinja Delux? whats bad about it?
     
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    wiikey has problems with LOTS of gamecube games (backups and originals).
    an update was promised since ever but not released.
    go for any other modchip, wiinja deluxe or cyclowiz (needs a switch intalled for updating) or one of the opensource mods, they all do the same.
    stay away from wiikey if you want to play cube games.
     
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    I haven't heard that it has problems with lots, just streaming audio issues for the two dozen or so games that utilize that feature.

    I personally use the open source mods that you put on a 12F629 or similar 8-pin chip. These are basically WiiFree and yaosm. I personally use yaosm because the gamecube functions better for me using that code instead of WiiFree.

    If you have issues with streaming audio you can patch the iso with a tool to make that work better.

    Here is the official support forum for yaosm: http://psx-scene.com/forums/yaosm/

    Good luck!
     

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