1. Kickbub

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    I want to release my Miis on my remote, but my Wii is bricked.

    Would installing old Wii Mii channel on the vWii work?
     
  2. BaamAlex

    BaamAlex CVE-2018-6242
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    The vwii has already a mii channel.
     
  3. Kickbub

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    I know, but you can't save or restore Miis from your remote.
     
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    BaamAlex CVE-2018-6242
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    And what is with this here?
     
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    It doesn't. If you read the replies below, you will see. Do you even have a Wii U?
     
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    Yes.
     
  7. csmcapthy

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    Well uninstalling a vWii WAD file to install a Wii WAD probably won't end well. vWii & Wii WADs are different and incompatible with each other. Is your Wii banner bricked? That's easily fixed. If not, a Wii is very cheap these days. You should buy a replacement. If better to do that then brick the Wii U's Wii menu
     
  8. Siiriiks

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    I know this is quite late but just to save anyone's time who is also looking to get the non-crippled/original version of the Mii Channel on their vWii, I can confirm that the regular Wii Channel does work fine in my practices (apart from the WiiConnect24 Parts). I would still always recommend a NAND Backup before installing/removing any WAD's from any Wii (I am not responsible if you end up bricking your vWii)

    I made a backup of the vWii Mii Channel using 'Yet Another BlueDump MOD' and simply removed the original Mii Channel using 'AnyTitleDeleter'. Then I downloaded the latest version of the Mii Channel WAD using NUS and installed it to the vWii using 'WiiModLite' as I could not get MMM to work.

    All of my Mii's stayed after install of the original Mii Channel but I was required to go through the tutorial on making my "first mii" which I just deleted after.

    Now I can copy Miis to my remote easily! :D
     
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