AnyTitle Deleter DB uses tona's AnyTitle Deleter and adds several features.
Its main purpose is to list all titles (such as channels, IOS, etc...) and allow the user to delete the ones he/she wants to get rid of.
Red Squirrel released AnyTitle Deleter MOD which used an external database to associate the cryptic title IDs (such as "HAXX") with a meaningful name (such as "Homebrew Channel"). AnyTitle Deleter DB uses his database format to achive the same goal but adds support to read the title's name from the titles banner.bin or 00000000.app file which are stored internally in the Wii's NAND. Not all titles have a banner.bin or 00000000.app - actually only some channels and about half of all game saves have a banner.bin while 00000000.app files are found only in most channels, never in gamesaves - but combining the names on NAND with Red Squirrel's database allows the user to work with a broder scope of title names. This way cleaning up your Wii's internal storage is made easier and much faster than using Nintendo's gamesave and channel manager.
* title names can now be read from 00000000.app files found in many (but not all) channels
* the Wii is brought into "super user" mode when reading 00000000.app files
* likewise "system menu" mode is used to read banner.bin files
* updated the ES identification to the one from tona's AnyRegion Changer
* removed the "Directory" naming mode since it was buggy and quite useless
* minor corrections in menu code
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XavProg Changes in this release :
- Memory management improvements
Custom IOS36 rev 04 [Disclaimer]:-- THIS applications comes without any warranty, express or implied
HBCXMLGen This program automatically generates the XML file needed to add a homebrew app to the HBC
Homebrew Channel The latest build for the Homebrew Channel for the Wii is at Beta 8, and Team Twiizer's update has made the HBC installer a bit more proactive in determining the status of your Nintendo Wii's System Menu
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Bannerbomb Alpha 1 Bannerbomb Alpha 1
is an exploit capable of launching homebrew from any version of the System Menu. It was created to replace the Twilight Hack, which does not work on System Menu 4.0.
The exploit works by using a malformed banner to crash the Wii and run code to load the boot.dol placed in the root of the SD card
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