Wii unbricking

Discussion in 'Wii - Hacking' started by baicunko, Nov 1, 2009.

  1. baicunko

    baicunko Member

    Oct 20, 2009
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    Hello, i've decided i would buy an infectus chip and i will make the best fucking guide out there using infectus to unbrick ANY WII, no matter which brick it has.
    I'm having some problems compiling information on some guides i found on this forum
    There is one called Wii unbricking
    Items Required:
    An Infectus
    A TSOP socket 48A (Farnell part number 109-5884)
    A Triwing screwdriver
    To know what Broadway chip you have, such as 5070 or 5048.
    A Hex Editor
    (end of quote)
    as you can see it's required a TSOP Socket 48A, what the heck is that? i cant find it anywhere on google.
    Does anyone know what it is?
  2. pspmte

    pspmte GBAtemp Regular

    Oct 23, 2008
    Well as we me that told you what you need why dont you just ask me


    Btw anybody know what boot is on the Broadway 39X6735


    Btw you dont need the socket you can use really use thin wire and wire the nand flash up hard core
  3. shepe

    shepe GBAtemp Regular

    Feb 2, 2009
    A TSOP is a Thin Small-Outline Package in the case of the wii this will be the NAND a TSOP Socket 48 is a holder for a 48pin chip for connecting it to an external programmer, im not sure why you would need it though as I thought the infectus has the ability to directly program the NAND whilst it is still installed in the console, to use the TSOP socket 48a would involve unsoldering the nand chip from the wii and sticking it into the programmer,


    iv just looked at the guide you where following and so long as your soldering skills are good enough you can just attach the infectus straight to the chip whilst its still on the wii, if there not so great then what the person in that guide did was remove the nand and stick it into the holder which he just attachhed his infectus to!
  4. pspmte

    pspmte GBAtemp Regular

    Oct 23, 2008
    Shepe as I said in the guide you get junk in the chip with the infetus in parallel with the wiis NAND
    I tryed everything to stop this Inc lifting the ce line and shorting the I/o
    so the only way I fixed it was hardwiring the NAND to the infectus
    then when it worked I got the socket
  5. SineWaveAu7

    SineWaveAu7 Member

    Aug 31, 2007
    They gave you the specific part number from Farnell. Google harder. [​IMG]
    - Adam
  6. ipawii

    ipawii Member

    Oct 15, 2009
    And another 20s of googling got me this:
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