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Giantpune's Wii NAND Tools

Posted by wiisixtyfour on May 10, 2011 at 3:05 AM

Giantpune has released some very useful tools that allow you to do many things with a BootMii NAND dump. Check out the project page here. I have compiled the latest (updated to r106 as of June 5, 2011) versions of the four of giantpune's tools for use on Windows. I may get around to doing the OSX version if I can figure that out later...

Update: For Mac OS X versions see

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Another Wii Homebrew Guide Update

Posted by wiisixtyfour on April 30, 2011 at 1:59 AM

I've just added to my Wii Homebrew Guide. For those of you who already have an old version of the Homebrew Channel or BootMii installed without the Homebrew Channel then you can also follow my guide to see how to run the HackMii Installer from either an existing HBC or from BootMii (using MINI).

Check it out here.


Just Updated My Wii Homebrew Guide

Posted by wiisixtyfour on April 18, 2011 at 7:33 PM

Here's a quick update, I went over my guide page by page and fixed all the links and images and such. Everything should be all clear now. If you need a guide to install the Homebrew Channel then look no further: Wii Homebrew Guide.

Of course if you have a question you can contact me by posting here, on the Questions p...

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Paper Mario Pwns

Posted by wiisixtyfour on April 1, 2011 at 2:57 PM

I've finally got a running exploit from Super Paper Mario. It's a really good game and I bet many of you are pleased to know that you can now use it to install the Homebrew Channel. I'll have to admit this one was hard to crack, it kept corrupting my save but I finally got around it.

Check it out here...

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New Wii Exploit

Posted by wiisixtyfour on March 29, 2011 at 1:13 AM

A new Wii exploit has been released entitled "Eri HaKawai" and it is an exploit in the game Tales of Symphonia: Dawn of the New World. It was originally released by Pierre "delroth" Bourdon for PAL games and was ported by

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Smash Stack PAL/KOR

Posted by bg4545 on March 3, 2011 at 4:27 PM

Giantpune has finally released his exploit for the PAL and Korean versions of Super Smash Bros. Brawl. This is really good because the exploit is virtually impossible to fix, so now all Wiis should be able to run homebrew regardless of System Updates. I have updated my Wii Homebrew Guide to include the new Smash...

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DeSmuME Wii r207

Posted by wiisixtyfour on November 29, 2010 at 1:15 AM

I have compiled the latest SVN of DeSmuME Wii by Arikado and dancinninjac. SD and USB handling has been re-done using Arikado's DOP-Mii library. I haven't tested it out in it's entirety, but it should run the majority of DS Homebrew and many DS games. It is still being worked on; You can see progress

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Wii Homebrew Guide

Posted by wiisixtyfour on September 23, 2010 at 2:46 AM

I've created a [new] guide to installing the Homebrew Channel using any of the exploits out there and I plan to update it as new things unfold, so check it out here:

Wii Homebrew Guide

I know it's been a while since I've posted anything here but there hasn't been much to report. Pretty much just living day-to-day, going to school and such. I have been active over on the

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WAD Manager v1.6

Posted by wiisixtyfour on March 4, 2010 at 1:30 AM

Today Waninkoko has updated the source code for his WAD Manager app. It adds support for the new EHCI module device name (cIOS rev18 and higher). Out of boredom I have compiled this app and changed the background. It may be of some use although I don't know what for.. I don't even use it, but maybe someone will?

Get it here.

Bannerbomb site

Posted by wiisixtyfour on July 27, 2009 at 2:27 PM

Since the bannerbomb site is down.. I have put up a copy of the original page with mediafire links to all the variations of bannerbomb. (Thanks to Google's cache ;)  )

Update: The site is back up, but I'm leaving mine up just in case.. Please only use it if you cannot access the main site.
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