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Tutorial Hack vWii without a game via Wuphax

MattKimura Nov 5, 2016

  1. MattKimura

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    It's now possible to hack vWii (Virtual Wii) on the WiiU without a game exploit, thanks to FIX94. You can find his original thread HERE



    Needed Files:
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    Be sure to unplug any USB devices before you get started


    1) Extract the files from the zip and add them to your SD card
    2) Put the SD into the WiiU, and launch the browser
    3) Type this URL: loadiine.ovh/550/HBLK (Must be on 5.5.1 to use this)
    4) Homebrew Launcher will load up, choose Wuphax from the list
    5) Press (A) to backup your current Mii Channel, then inject. You'll be brought to the home menu after
    6) Launch vWii (Wii mode)
    7) Launch Mii Channel and Hackmii Installer will run
    8) Install Homebrew Channel and exit Hackmii Installer
    9) Exit vWii and go back to Wiiu mode. boot back into Homebrew Launcher using step 5
    10) Run Wuphax again, press (B) to restore your original Mii Channel

    You now have Homebrew Channel installed in vWii which opens you up to homebrew in Wii mode.
    By default, you should be able to run Gamecube backups via Nintendont, and emulators.
    If you want to further setup vWii to be able to run Wii backups, use THIS GUIDE HERE to install cIOS D2X. Follow the guide downward, highly recommended guide for getting started

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    Recommended Apps

    Once you set everything up, I recommend these homebrew apps for vWii.
    They go in SD:/apps/

    - Nintendont (Use the MasterMod)
    - USB Loader GX (Best for USB loading)
    - CFG USB Loader (Supports loading Wii games from SD cards)
    - YAWMM - Yet Another Wad Manager (Be careful when installing wads, only install virtual console & Wiiware wads, and vWii forwarders)
    - SNES9X GX
    - Fceu GX
    - VBA GX
    - GenPlus GX
    - WiiDoom


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    Installing Homebrew Channel Forwarder (Forces 16:9 aspect ratio)

    By default when you first install homebrew channel, it installs v1.1.2. When you launch homebrew channel 1.1.2, vWii thinks it's a virtual console game so it automatically sets it to 4:3. It's recommended to install v1.1.3 then uninstalling 1.1.2.

    1) Download Homebrew Channel 1.1.3 HERE
    2) Download YAWMM HERE
    3) Extract the Homebrew Channel wad file anywhere on your SD
    4) Extract YAWMM to your SD card (Should be apps/YAWMM/)
    5) Launch Homebrew Launcher in vWii and run YAWMM
    6) Keep pressing A until you get to the file selection screen. Browse for the wad file and press A to install it
    7) Press home to close YAWMM, press home again and exit to system menu
    8) Go to "Wii" on the bottom left corner, then choose channels
    9) Choose the homebrew launcher channel furthest to the right and delete it

    If all went well, you'll be left with homebrew launcher 1.1.3 with 16:9 support
     
    Last edited: Jan 9, 2017
  2. somchailove3

    somchailove3 New Member

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    thank bros
     
  3. SKRunki

    SKRunki New Member

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    I need some serious help when it comes to finding the ip address, I am more used to hacking my actual wii.

    Thanks for the help :D
     
  4. bigdadblair

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    Go on wiiU and get you mac ID then goto into your router and and match it up with one in there it will also show the ip.
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    Last edited: Nov 26, 2016
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    Updated the guide entirely with FIX94's new easier method!
     
  6. SKRunki

    SKRunki New Member

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    Thanks a ton dude. although finding the password was a pain in the ass. I now have homebrew
     
  7. jediaviator

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    "By default, you should be able to run Gamecube backups via Nintendont, and emulators.
    If you want to further setup vWii to be able to run Wii backups, use THIS GUIDE HERE to install cIOS D2X"

    Would there be a way to transfer my hard drive on my old Wii that boots gamecube and wii games over with out having to use nintendont but USB loader GX?
     
  8. bigdadblair

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    No prob, in my second comment I put a link to Ip scanner, that works really good. I didnt think on it till after the first post. At least you know how to get into router now!!.
     
  9. MattKimura

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    Sure, just plug in your old hard drive into the Wii U and launch vWii. You may need a Y USB Cable for it to get enough power, since the Wii U's USB ports supply low voltage.

    You can have USB Loader GX display both Gamecube and Wii games, along with their box art.
     
  10. jediaviator

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    So some of my games showed up from the Wii (7 out of 50) on the GX loader. I have ordered a Y- cable for the HDD for more power. Is this going to fix the issue or is there some kind of setting on the GX loader to fix why they don't show up? All the gamecube games have shown up, but some of them will crash the Wii U. I tried to load the GCverify program to check some of the MD5 hashes but I am lost of what exactly I'm looking for. Also was going to ask if you can play multi player on a gamecube game like Smash Melee with a couple of Wiiu Pro controllers?
     
  11. MattKimura

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    Plug it into your computer and verify that the games are setup like so:

    Gamecube:
    USB:/games/NAMEOFGAME [GameID]/game.iso

    Wii:
    USB:/wbfs/NAMEOF GAME [GameID]/[GameID].wbfs

    Name of game being the name of the game (Doesnt have to be specific), and Game ID being the game's ID


    Also be sure in settings of USB Loader GX, that your default loader is Nintendont. And also have Nintendont in SD:/apps/

    As for Wii U pro controller, I never used it before. It might be able to use multiple ones since they connect like wii remotes in a way, and aren't HID controllers I believe. You'd have to look in the Nintendon't thread HERE
     
  12. jediaviator

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    All of the games are in the corresponding folders for the gamecube and Wii. Still no luck, I am going to wait until the Y-cable comes in because I think the HDD is under powered. I keep hearing a "clicking" noise when I boot it up.
     
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  14. dronesplitter

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    Thank you for this! So simple to get my vWii hacked now...I kept wondering if it would eventually be possible to do it without using one of those Wii games that I never had much interest in, and I must say, this was so easy to do. Gamecube games are looking awesome with nintendont. Pity that my hard drive needs a y cable now, though, was working beautifully on the old Wii for hacks.
     
    Last edited: Dec 6, 2016
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    Added homebrew launcher 1.1.3 (16:9 native support) instructions. You no longer need a HBC forwarder
     
  16. efen3001

    efen3001 Member

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    Man you are the best, THANK YOU!!!!!!!
     
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  18. wow125875

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    Thanks dudu
     
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    Added WUPhax 1.1 U3
     

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