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04-10-2012, 03:30 PM #1
[TUT] How To Run Cheat Codes For WiiWare Games
Credits to 111 at the WiiRD Forums for this tutorial.
NOTE: This method requires that you at least have version 1.0.7 of the Homebrew Channel installed. This application uses the HW_AHBPROT feature to patch IOS36, which is not available on the Homebrew Channel version 1.0.6 and lower.
NOTE 2: If you are on System Menu "3.3v1" or lower, then patching IOS36 should not be required.
First, download the Simple IOS Patcher by clicking on the following link, and extract the files... http://www.wii-homebrew.com/download...r/download?m=0
Click on the extracted "simple_ios_patcher_v1.0" folder, click on "apps," and you should then see a folder named "Simple IOS Patcher."
Copy the "Simple IOS Patcher" into the "apps" folder on the root of your SD card, and boot it through the Homebrew Channel. The file structure of your SD card will look like the following...
SD:\apps\Simple IOS Patcher\boot.dol
SD:\apps\Simple IOS Patcher\icon.png
SD:\apps\Simple IOS Patcher\meta.xml
Use NUS Downloader to download v3351 of IOS36, if you do not have an internet connection for the Wii. If you do, then you can skip this step. Place it into a "wad" folder on the root of your SD card.
After booting the Simple IOS Patcher through the Homebrew Channel, you will be asked what IOS you want to patch. Scroll through the list until you see "IOS36."
On the next screen, make sure that "yes" is selected next to "Patch ES_Identify," and select "Install patched IOS36." The other patches are not necessary.
Select where you want to get IOS36 from (online, offline), and press A twice to install it.
After this has been done, you should have the channel and Rebooter options on Gecko/GeckoOS.
NOTE: The "meta.xml" file is required. Without that file, the HW_AHBPROT feature will not be in use.
04-10-2012, 03:43 PM #2
Does this overwrite any other patches/files that we will have to re-install if we want to play games from our usb or external drives?
04-10-2012, 03:45 PM #3
It didn't for me. Then again, I never used iOS 36, I used iOS 236. It shouldn't do anything if you only select the option to "Patch ES_Identify" though, it will just modify your existing patch.
04-10-2012, 03:49 PM #4
thank god i needed this pop! thank you so much!
04-10-2012, 03:49 PM #5
Nice tut. Will try...if i ever get my wii back...