Wii U Title Installer: Compatible games ?

Discussion in 'Wii U - Hacking & Backup Loaders' started by RaphGamer1256, Jun 30, 2016.

  1. RaphGamer1256
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    Someone has the same issue to install title on Wii U, but others hasn't issues.
    What's games are you installed successfull with this homebrew ?
     
  2. Marko76

    Marko76 GBAtemp Psycho!

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    WiiU title installer only let's you install games or apps that are free on the eshop you can't use it for games you need to buy so it's pretty much pointless as you can get the free stuff from the eshop anyway. That is also why the title installer thread has been locked as it is pointless.
     
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  3. Gpaludeto

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    I'm currently waiting for a whitelist, so I didn't test yet.
     
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    I wouldn't say that it's pointless. Some people don't want to connect their Wii U to the internet...
     
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    TitleInstaller can supposedly install anything you can get from the eShop.
    However, with the paid stuff, you need to retrieve a certificate from Nintendo, which NUSGrabber and similar tools are incapable of retrieving (unless I'm missing something, or I'm thinking about the original Wii). Without this certificate, the program cannot be decrypted by the console, and will as such fail to install.

    Game updates (and apparently free titles) don't have private certificates, and as such can just be installed directly.

    So I'm sorry, but there is no piracy with this. :P
     
  6. Ryuzaki_MrL

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    It also lets you install games you already bought before. (Still pointless)
     
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    Meant as a joke, no offense to OP. I just find it funny (and maybe a little annoying) that people managed to download the software from a closed thread for what little time it was in the limelight, and still try to use it despite it being useless and possibly having the ability to brick consoles.
     
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  8. Marko76

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    Yes it's still pointless as I would just go to the eshop and redownload them.
     
  9. DarkJediRey

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    So i'm guessing that trying to install a game to nand downloaded from nus and using a hex edited tik would more than likely cause a brick? Even tho i have two wiiu console not willing to be a guinea pig
     
  10. CJB100

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    No clue, I'm not up to date with the Wii U stuff yet. I'd say air on the side of caution.
     
  11. DarkJediRey

    DarkJediRey GBAtemp Regular

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    I know hex editing a tik or tmd with the nus in the right place key lets you decrypt anything from nus, but the rest of the key is just zeros, bound to brick i'd assume. Normally the tik is created at the time of purchase, and it is made for only that console.