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Tutorial How to get Homebrew applications on your Wii U.

enderzombie15 Nov 9, 2016

  1. enderzombie15

    enderzombie15 New Member

    Hello! In this guide I will show you how to install Homebrew apps to your Wii U.
    If you haven't got the Homebrew Launcher installed then go to my guide here: Tutorial - How to get the Homebrew channel onto your Wii U

    What you will need: everything in the other guide.

    1. Plug your SD Card into your PC/Phone.

    2. Go to here and download an app: Homebrew App Store

    3. Once downloaded open the .zip file.

    4. Go into wiiu and apps until you see a folder with the apps name.

    5. On your SD Card go into wiiu and apps until you see the Homebrew launcher app.

    6. Drag your Homebrew from the zip into the SD Card.

    7. When done close and unplug your SD Card.

    8. Make sure your Wii U is either on the home menu or off and plug the SD Card in.

    9. Launch the exploit. I explained how to in the other guide.

    10. Click on the Homebrew you installed and tap launch.

    11. Wait

    12. Ta Da! Your in the Homebrew now!

    I would suggest installing u-paint first from here: u-paint-v2.5.7z

    Thanks for reading, hoped this helped and i'll see you in the next post!
    Last edited: Dec 6, 2016

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