If you download a lot of Wiibrew, or if your library's getting a bit too large for you, you might find this new homebrew program from joedj useful. Called FTPii, this program is an FTP server for the Wii, allowing you to access from your PC without having to eject it.
When you first use the program, you will need to run it with Wiiload with the Homebrew Channel. You'll then need to use an FTP client to connect to your Wii, using any user name and password. After that you will need to do the following:
1. Navigate to the apps folder on your SD card
2. Make a new directory called ftpii
3. Put the FTPii elf into the ftpii folder and call it boot.elf
4. Put the icon.png and meta.xml that comes with the elf in there as well
Once done, you can close the connection from your FTP client. Push your Wiimote's #1 button, and this will send you back to the Homebrew Channel. After all this, you won't need to run it in Wiiload again.
For now, only SD cards on the front SD slot can be read from and written to. Be sure to read the documentation included in the download archive for more information on the program.
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