How to play Wii games online after WFC shutdown! Tutorial on various Wiimmfi patchers!





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Published on May 20, 2014

If you're on a regular Wii console without a Homebrew Channel and want a much easier tutorial than this one, check this video:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yhJOC... (and if that doesn't work for you, you can use this current video instead).

Nintendo has officially shut down Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection now, but all is not lost... you can play your Wii games online again using Wiimmfi, a custom server, as demonstrated by the methods shown in this video. It's pretty much a fix for Error Code 20110! :)

IMPORTANT, REGARDING ERROR CODES BEGINNING 238XX: Due to the vast amount of cheating on Wiimmfi and ban circumvention, all new players to Wiimmfi will be required to wait 1 week before they can play online. When you connect for the first time, your connection will be rejected and the 1 week countdown will begin (it is VERY IMPORTANT that you try to connect at least once otherwise it won't start!). During this time, if you attempt to connect, you will get an error code beginning 238XX. After one week has passed from the first connection attempt, you will be able to play! See http://forum.wii-homebrew.com/index.p... for more info on this change. This may not be permanent, but it will be in place for the time being to see if it improves the online situation.

TO REITERATE THE POINT BECAUSE THERE ARE A LOT OF DUMB PEOPLE WHO DON'T WATCH VIDEOS ALL THE WAY THROUGH OR DO ANY READING WHATSOEVER: If you get Error Code 60000, it means your FC can't be used. To fix it, start a new save file. Or license, if Mario Kart Wii.

(If you absolutely must use your old license, you'd have to erase its friend code with a cheat code. See http://wiki.tockdom.com/wiki/Clear_Pr... for more info).

The links shown in this video are:

For real discs (using Homebrew Channel):

For ISO users and game mods (not CTGP):

For CTGP users:
Just update.

Video on installing a Homebrew Channel:
Coming soon... I figured it was more important to get this out first.

So, the time is upon us! It is time to leave our (beloved?) Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection and play games on a new service. Fortunately, we can still play the Wii games, if you know what to do, as we have a custom server waiting for us called Wiimmfi!

Wiimmfi is made by Wiimm and Leseratte, with the help of countless others. It is a replacement server for Nintendo WFC that offers vastly the same functionality as the original service, give or take a few extra fluffy features.

This video covers all the details of how you can connect to this new server and continue playing your Wii games online. Supported games include Mario Kart Wii, Super Smash Bros. Brawl, Pro Evolution Soccer series, Animal Crossing, and many more. A list of supported games and the online status can be found at: http://wiimmfi.de/stat?base=1&all=1&m...

Keep an eye on that page, as more games might appear on it as well than what there is there now.

Watch the video carefully, as it's full of good information about several things, including error codes you might get during connection. Comments about Error Codes 23921 and 60000 in particular will be ignored :P

I hope this video helps you out, and I look forward to seeing you all on Wiimmfi!


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