Auto-Press A At Health Screen - Automatically presses "A" for you at the Health Screen.
Replace Health Screen with Backmenu - No longer displays black/white health warning screen, so no need to press A, it will go straight to the channels screen.
First remove any previous StartPatch hacks then just run the app through the Homebrew Channel, and select which hacks you would like to apply by pressing "A". You can uninstall the hacks by pressing "B". After you select the ones that you like, select the "Save" option at the bottom of the screen.
NOTE: If there are multiple patches for the same hack you must install ALL of them.
NOTE: BEFORE UPDATING TO A NEW VERSION, REMOVE ALL PREVIOUSLY INSTALLED PATCHES!
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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
WiiWhiteboard At this point, a lot of you guys have at least heard of Johnny Chung Lee, specifically his work on the Head Tracking application originally intended to be in EA's Boom Blox
Open-Source Apploader Team Twiizers, who have always been anti-piracy, have found a compromise to the legal issues surrounding ISO loading, and have released an Open-Source Apploader that will let you load homebrew from DVD
Preloader WARNINGSINCE THIS TOOL CHANGES THE WAY THE WII WORKS IN A WAY IT WAS NEVER INTENDED TO, THERE IS A RISK OF BRICKING YOUR CONSOLE
OpenWii2.4 Setup Source Nintendo Wii homebrew developer andii has announced the release of a new build for the open-source modchip OpenWii, bumping the project up to version 2
Bannerbomb Alpha Bannerbomb Alpha v2 changelog:- Fixed compatibility with Wii Menu version 4
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