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Author:   Akira_EX
Date:   Jun 17, 08 at 4:37am (PST)
Subject:   re: Homebrew Guide and Discussion
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Oh, Trucha signed discs are also unable to boot. This includes stuff like the Freeloader.



Author:   Smiffers
Date:   Jun 17, 08 at 4:05pm (PST)
Subject:   re: Homebrew Guide and Discussion
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quote Akira_EX
Oh, Trucha signed discs are also unable to boot. This includes stuff like the Freeloader.
Not good for Brawl importers then?



Author:   Deathsythe
Date:   Jun 18, 08 at 2:24am (PST)
Subject:   re: Homebrew Guide and Discussion
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Unfortunately, that also is the case.

However, if you happened to install the homebrew channel beta before updating, you will be fine.


The procedure is the same as running any other homebrew via Twilight Hack.


I would recommend doing that before you update.





Author:   lightsamus
Date:   Jun 22, 08 at 5:51am (PST)
Subject:   re: Homebrew Guide and Discussion
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www.wiibrew.org have made a new twilight hack for 3.3 which will work all the same.

Only trouble is, I have the Freeloader and Brawl..

Question :S ... If I went and brought Brawl [PAL] on it's release would my import [NTSC] save data work with a PAL Brawl..?



Author:   Barmy Brat
Date:   Jun 22, 08 at 7:33am (PST)
Subject:   re: Homebrew Guide and Discussion
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quote Akira_EX
Oh, Trucha signed discs are also unable to boot. This includes stuff like the Freeloader.
god-*bleep*ing-dammit



Author:   cherry101461
Date:   Jun 24, 08 at 1:45am (PST)
Subject:   re: Homebrew Guide and Discussion
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I want to do this so bad but I worked hard on one of my game files, and I'm not erasing it, and I fear that this might be against the law as Nintendo kinda did something to stop it.
Oh well.. great guide though



Author:   Barmy Brat
Date:   Jun 24, 08 at 4:43am (PST)
Subject:   re: Homebrew Guide and Discussion
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so now I have to try and sell my american Brawl and Freeloader, thanks a lot Nintengay. i don't suppose these homebrew hacks have any way to roll back the firmware?



Author:   Noodle_Man
Date:   Jun 25, 08 at 4:58pm (PST)
Subject:   re: Homebrew Guide and Discussion
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You can reset your Wii to factory default settings



Author:   mrturtle518
Date:   Jun 29, 08 at 6:44pm (PST)
Subject:   re: Homebrew Guide and Discussion
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Can someone help
If I get a new game and it updates will it get rid of all the games I got using the Twilight Hack?Z



Author:   Deathsythe
Date:   Jun 29, 08 at 8:44pm (PST)
Subject:   re: Homebrew Guide and Discussion
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No, all of that data, all of the boot things are stored on the SD card - you shouldn't lose anything.





Author:   Barmy Brat
Date:   Jun 30, 08 at 3:24am (PST)
Subject:   re: Homebrew Guide and Discussion
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quote Noodle_Man
You can reset your Wii to factory default settings
Care to elaborate? How is this possible, and will anything be lost if I do?



Author:   Auron586
Date:   Jul 02, 08 at 5:04pm (PST)
Subject:   re: Homebrew Guide and Discussion
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i beleave he means a system format, i may be wrong though

if it is format, that does not delete the firmware i beleave



Author:   slaythebad
Date:   Jul 23, 08 at 4:00am (PST)
Subject:   re: Homebrew Guide and Discussion
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does anyone know of any good first person shooter apps (besides quake) that will run with the homebrew channel?

~slay



Author:   Deathsythe
Date:   Jul 30, 08 at 7:29pm (PST)
Subject:   re: Homebrew Guide and Discussion
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You could try Touhou Fangame its still in beta, and I'm not sure how well it will suit your tastes, but it might be worth looking at.





Author:   Akira_EX
Date:   Jul 30, 08 at 7:39pm (PST)
Subject:   re: Homebrew Guide and Discussion
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Er, Touhou Project is a bullet hell shmup; not even close to a first person shooter.

This fanmade Touhou for the HBC looks like utter crap, though.


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