Updating modded wii

09-Dec-2017 12:11

Most homebrew apps have either been updated or have work-arounds to comply with System Menu 4.3. I welcome questions/comments/opinions/etc before I go dicking around and doing something dumb that's going to brick me. It's amazing when ripping Game Cube/Wii disks to an external USB 2.0 drive using Clean Rip for r/Dolphin Emulator! I mean, I'd update to 4.3 anyway- there's no real reason not to. All I can think of is IOS58's USB 2.0 speed that System Menu 4.3 update officially distributes.You only need to purchase a few things to do this, things you may already have.

If we must honestly answer this question, you'd have to say: "Yes there is", but we still don't recommend it for 2 reasons: So, whenever you want to re-softmod your wii, or "update" it, all you actually need to do is to follow the normal steps again.

I've got this Wii that I softmodded probably about 5 years ago. Your Wii hasn't had anything especially drastic done to it, so you might as well just update- 4.3 ships with IOS58, which is the IOS most modern homebrew runs on.

It's currently running 4.1, and I've since killed a lot of brain cells since I softmodded it back then so lord only knows what I used/how I did it -- BUT it still works.

Small and light, they come in as small as 2GB and much larger.

The Wii has both a slot for an SD card in the front of the unit almost resembling a memory card slot.

If we must honestly answer this question, you'd have to say: "Yes there is", but we still don't recommend it for 2 reasons: So, whenever you want to re-softmod your wii, or "update" it, all you actually need to do is to follow the normal steps again.

I've got this Wii that I softmodded probably about 5 years ago. Your Wii hasn't had anything especially drastic done to it, so you might as well just update- 4.3 ships with IOS58, which is the IOS most modern homebrew runs on.

It's currently running 4.1, and I've since killed a lot of brain cells since I softmodded it back then so lord only knows what I used/how I did it -- BUT it still works.

Small and light, they come in as small as 2GB and much larger.

The Wii has both a slot for an SD card in the front of the unit almost resembling a memory card slot.

The SD card slot was intended for saving small things like on system pictures and uploading pictures from your camera.