A bit of time has passed since we've heard from Wii homebrew dev XFlak.A Well now we have a new version of ModMii. In the event that you aren't familiar with ModMii its a PC application that lets you download just about anything.
You can view the changelog below.
"Now, the utility downloads / compiles cIOS d2X differently. Ciosmap.xml patch is installed the download on all directories. Davebol stability is improved. This update was necessary to predict the arrival of d2X cios v9 beta
Update d2x-beta-updater.bat mainly used by the davebol. The speed is improved by 33% in the distribution of beta cIOS d2x.
Added the file Casper2BootMii.bat support ModMii. It is possible for users to run this file to prepare their SD card to load BootMii on a Wii virgin using the homebrew giantpune of Casper.
Correction of good numbers of fixes and optimizations of some data compilation."
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Custom IOS38 rev 13b [ DISCLAIMER ]:- THIS APPLICATION COMES WITH NO WARRANTY AT ALL, NEITHER EXPRESS NOR IMPLIED
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