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Nintendo Wii Homebrew Browser v0.1.2 Available

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315w ago - To quote from WiiBrew: The Homebrew Browser allows you to download the latest homebrew applications and games all through your Wii. You don't need to take your SD card out. You don't even need a computer! You can also delete homebrew you no longer want.

No more dead links, no more extracting files, no more finding out that the homebrew application doesn't include an icon.png and meta.xml in the zip file!

Note: Not all applications/games are included yet. They will be added over time.

Download: Nintendo Wii Homebrew Browser v0.1.2





Features:

* One click download and install for each homebrew application
* One click deletion of homebrew applications
* One click update for homebrew apps
* Auto updating when your Homebrew Browser version is out of date

Limitations:

Currently this application is limited to homebrew applications consists of boot.dol/elf, meta.xml and icon.png. Homebrew applications that load other files from the SD card won't be on the Homebrew Browser list.

Usage:

Run the included ELF with your favourite method to boot homebrew. Uses the Wiimote with IR.
 

Wii Homebrew Browser v0.1.1 out, should make life easier

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316w ago - Teknecal has released his Homebrew Browser application. This neat little app allows you to grab the latest homebrew applications and games all through your Wii. No longer will you have to take your SD card out to load the files or transfer the files from your computer to the Wii or even use your computer. Once you install a homebrew application and you no longer want it on your SD card, you can delete it as simple as that!

Download: Wii Homebrew Browser v0.1.1

No more dead links, no more extracting files, no more finding out if there is an icon.png and meta.xml in the homebrew application/game!

Note: Not all applications/games are included yet. They will be added over time.

Here is a rather dodgy YouTube video of it in action. Now all we need is an app to install the homebrew browser app....




 

WiiHD's Nintendo Wii Homebrew Guide & Video available!

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317w ago - The guys over at WiiHD are so happy to be playing Quake on the Wii that they have celebrated by putting together a handy Wii Homebrew how-to guide and starter kit complete with the video below.

If you haven't already modded the Wii, then check out the link above.

To quote: Our glee from playing Quake on Wii has led us to document the experience of setup and installation of the Twilight Hack and Homebrew Channel. It isn't without it's risks, so before considering going Homebrew you should research the matter yourself.

If you decide to go for it, hit WiiHD's brand-spankin-new Homebrew Guide and dive in. It includes a video guide for installation and a pre-made install file so all you have to do is unzip to straight to your SD card's root directory and follow the video.




 

Nintendo Wii Homebrew Channel updated!

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320w ago - The popular HBC has been updated today, with the following changes:

What's New?

* you don't need to eject your memcards anymore
* switched from IOS35 to IOS21, this makes the hbc usable on older firmware
* improved SD card loading performance (thanks, svpe!)
* improved some translations
* the IP label isn't cut off anymore
* fixed argv support when loading SD apps
* fixed a minor wiiload issue
* the SD app entries are now sorted alphabetically
* wiimote rumble support
* installer overhaul, it now warns you if your System Menu is too new (future updates)

Those interested can download it from the link above, or via the update function in your previously installed HBC.
 

The Homebrew Channel Public BETA released for Wii!

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322w ago - Bushing and the rest of the crew over at Wii Brew have released the first public beta of the Wii Homebrew Channel. Once installed, the channel allows users to launch homebrew applications without the need of executing the Twilight Hack each time.

Downloads: Homebrew Channel Standalone ELF / Disc Image (USA) / Disc Image (EUR) / Disc Image (JAP)

The Homebrew Channel is a channel for launching Wii homebrew applications without the need to run the Twilight Hack first. It will list apps stored and organized on an SD card in a nice little GUI, which you can very easily customize with descriptions and shiny little .png icons all by yourself if you want.

You can also launch homebrew apps via TCP (with a correctly configured PC) or USB Gecko. Both of those built in options make it extremely convenient for testing out new code, as well as a general purpose homebrew launcher.

There are multiple ways to install the channel onto your Wii. The first and recommended method...
 
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