1. ItsDeMeNT

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    It can't login to NN, so I can't get past of that screen, how did you manage to get it working?
     
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    The fact that you can't login is a separate issue. I did all my testing while logged in to NN. Without knowing exactly what you did I cannot help you. The steps I provided have nothing to do with NN or authentication.
     
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    I did exactly what the post and the guide said, I think I replaced the cert that allows connecting to NN, but the guide told me to do that, so idk
     
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    Replacing the certificate should not prevent you from logging in, so long as you replaced it with the correct certificate from Fiddler and used the correct client certificates. Replace the certificate on the console with the Fiddler certificate only serves to let Fiddler decrypt the SSL traffic, and the client certificate is used to allow Fiddler to properly make requests to Nintendo's servers
     
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    well, fiddler doesn't seem to use the cert tho it is there

    edit: fiddler detects and uses the cert, but it throws an error when trying to connect, error 102-2135
     
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    I have seen instances where using the client certificates as-is may not work (though I have not experienced this). A solution could be to convert the client certificate to X.509. You can do this on Windows by importing the certificate into your certificate store and then exporting it again using the "Base-64 encoded X.509" option

    Here is another, more generic, guide on setting up Fiddler with the WiiU https://www.reddit.com/r/WiiUHacks/...setting_up_mitm_to_log_and_preserve_services/ which goes over the conversion of the client certificates. The guide I originally linked was more tailored to Pretendo specifically, but this guide on Reddit should also work just fine

    Without knowing your exact setup I can only really guess as to what the issue may be, I'm sorry. Maybe give that Reddit guide a chance? I know people who have followed it and got things working
     
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    I get a 400 error at fiddler, "400 no required SSL certificate was sent", btw, the guide didn't work too
     
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    I'm not too sure. I have never experienced that error, and I can confirm that guide on Reddit does work. I reset my console certificates back to stock, uninstalled Fiddler and used that Reddit guide from scratch to test if it works and it worked perfectly. I'm afraid I can't help any further, I'm sorry
     
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    Oh, well, thanks anyways
     
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    This might sound like a dumb question, but does installing stuff like Nintendon't with this eliminate the need for CFW or cold boot haxchi to launch it? Or does it just bypass having to download it on my PC, put it on my SD card, and use WUP installer?

    Either way, it's very cool to see this in action. There aren't a lot of us left here but I know this kind of support for the WiiU is appreciated by everyone here.
     
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    This depends on what you install. You will always need signature patches to run unsigned applications, so you'd still need CFW for that. Any type of homebrew or non-official title from Nintendo will not be properly signed. However it's entirely possible to serve titles which are legitimately signed and those will not need signature patches/CFW. But this is limited to legitimate titles from the eShop, which means it would be piracy to serve them

    So yes, basically this skips the steps of installing a title from the SD card and instead uses the consoles built in method of title installing
     
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