WiiSpeak and CIOS

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  1. MarcusRaven
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    MarcusRaven HBC Theme Maker

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    I just bought a WiiSpeak, and downloaded the channel from the Shop Channel. It says the accessory is not connected. I'm guessing its because I don't have the latest IOS the channel is looking for. Am I right? If so, what do I need to do to get it to work?

    Wii 4.2U
    CIOS Rev 19
    WiiSpeak 2.0
    DopIOSMod (latest) -can't remember the number
    Homebrew Channel (latest) -same here
    WODE 1.27

    Any help is appreciated.
     
  2. terminal_illness

    terminal_illness Dark Hadou Master

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    install ios 56 with dop mii
     
  3. MarcusRaven
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    MarcusRaven HBC Theme Maker

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    I tried, and it still doesn't detect the device. Doesn't seem to matter which USB port either. Any other ideas?
     
  4. knaff

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    I think IOS38 and IOS56 are required by the official Nintendo Wii Speak channel.

    What base did you use for your cios rev19 install?
     
  5. 9th_Sage

    9th_Sage GBAtemp Maniac

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    How is it that it would require both of them? I think it's only IOS56 that it needs.
     
  6. knaff

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    I just googled around and most say it needs both.

    Anyone with a Wii Speak have it working with cios rev19 not on 38 ?
     
  7. MarcusRaven
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    MarcusRaven HBC Theme Maker

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    I figured it out. Its because of my WODE. I unplugged the WODE, plugged the WiiSpeak in by itself, and ran the channel, and it works fine. I even plugged the WODE back in and it still works. Weird, but fixed.