Wii u Kernel exploit issues

Discussion in 'Wii U - Hacking & Backup Loaders' started by Mochu, Nov 19, 2015.

  1. Mochu
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    im on wii u 5.3.2e and exploit works for like 2 days i was able to check loadiine and other homebrew applications but from like 2 weeks i cant run kernel exploit ... wii u internet browser freezes on half loaded page or displays black screens with white boxes on wii u game pad or red boxes on tv , iv tried everything i can ... delete cookies, reset my browser to factory defaults , reset my whole wii u to factory defaults , check multiple kernel exploits hosted on multiple web pages, chec 3 independent internet providers and nothing changes any ideas ?

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  2. pokemoner2500

    pokemoner2500 GBAtemp Advanced Fan

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    First of all learn to use spell check, second of all did you check to make sure you are still on 5.3.2?
     
  3. liomajor

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    This is well known and should be fixed in seconds. (Part of every tutorial i've seen)

    If your cache is faulty, reset Browser in Browser settings, next is:

    Start Wii-U > open Browser > open System settings > close System settings > start Browser > load Exploit
     
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  4. Mochu
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    well im quite positive
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  5. pedro702

    pedro702 GBAtemp Guru

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    do this open 4 tabs of heavy content like daylimotion and such let the bowser go full with stuff, then close the 4 tabs and close the bowser normaly and shut down the wiiu normaly, then ewstart the wiiu and try again, sometimes the bowser cache gets abit wierd and needs to be overloaded.