Updating wii homebrew channel

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Wii Channels are applications available for the Wii console through the Wii Menu.

The Wii uses several pre-installed Channels for many of its basic functions, such as launching discs, buying Virtual Console games, and managing Miis.

Additional applications and games can be downloaded through the the Wii Shop Channel, giving the Wii console much more flexibility than its predecessors.

The problems listed below may/will occur with any channel that you test on Dolphin: A number of Channels, such as the Internet Channel, will not function without following the Wii Network Guide.

You can also launch applications via TCP (with a correctly configured PC) or a USBGecko.

Both of those built in options make it extremely convenient for testing out new code, as well as a general purpose homebrew launcher.

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So, I post some more messages, clear few of my doubts and decided to start.

But I think it’s a good idea, as I know there are a lot of people like me, who may not wants to do it on their own, and let someone expert do it for them, like unlocking the phone. Ok, I had the tutorial, the stuff, but not the courage to do it.

Finally, I registered myself to two such forums where this is being discussed, and post the message, just my inclination of doing it.

I WILL TAKE ABSOLUTELY NO RESPONSIBILITY FOR ANY WII’S THAT GET BRICKED DURING THIS PROCESS. SO, IF YOU THINK THAT THE RISK IS WORTH TAKING, ONLY THEN CONTINUE.

THERE ARE VERY LOW CHANCES OF BRICKING YOUR WII, BUT NO MATTER HOW SMALL THE CHANCE IS, YOU SHOULD KNOW WHOM (YOU) TO BLAME IF SOMETHING WENT WRONG! PLEASE ALSO NOTE THAT THIS TUTORIAL AND FILES PROVIDED IN IT ARE ONLY APPLICABLE FOR A PAL WII USED MAINLY IN EUROPE AND SOUTH ASIA.

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