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How to Hack your Nintendo Wii - Install the Homebrew Channel

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Published on Dec 24, 2009

This video will teach you how to hack your Nintendo Wii. You wil be installing the Homebrew Wii Channel. The Homebrew Channel is not illegal but installing it will void your warranty for your Wii. There is some risk to installing it, especially if done wrong. The Homebrew Channel is self updating and is used to launch applications. In my next video I will be showing how to install apps and which ones are the best to hack with.

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Here is the basic tutorial in Writing: (Note this tutorial will not work if your Wii version is above 4.1).

1. Format your SD card to FAT. (Your SD card has to be 2 GB or less unless your Wii is version 4.1)

2. Download the Hackmii Installer: http://depositfiles.com/files/dv6kt4fo5

3: Download Bannerbomb: http://depositfiles.com/files/so3te11s8

4. Extract the files.

5. Copy the folder named "private" and paste it into your SD card.
6. Copy the file named "boot.elf" and paste it into your SD card.

7. Make four new folders in the root of your SD card. Name one: apps, wads, themes, and codes.

8. Turn Wii Connect 24 off.

9. Put your SD card into your Wii and go to setting-data management-Channels-SD card and click yes and then the button "one" when prompted.

10. Install The Homebrew Channel, DVDx, and bootmii (as boot2)

Your Wii is now hacked, watch my next video to show how to get Homebrew Channel apps.

*MUSIC*
-All from garageband

*NOTES*
-I apologize for sounding very boring in the video. It was my first time narrating and I didn't narrate while recording (I did it after).

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