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<big>'''Notice:''' Many [[Wii System Updates]] stop certain homebrew from working. Wiibrew strongly recommends that you '''do not''' update your Wii through Nintendo.</big> You can update your Mii Channel with [[Mii Channel Updater]] without update your Wii.</div>
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Revision as of 23:21, 4 January 2009

Welcome to WiiBrew,
a wiki dedicated to homebrew on the Nintendo Wii.
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Notice: Many Wii System Updates stop certain homebrew from working. Wiibrew strongly recommends that you do not update your Wii through Nintendo. You can update your Mii Channel with Mii Channel Updater without updating your Wii.
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Install the Homebrew Channel on your Wii console by following the homebrew setup tutorial. Browse the homebrew directory, or use the Homebrew Browser, which allows you to install directly from your Wii over Wi-Fi. Start developing homebrew for Wii by downloading devkitPPC and reading the homebrew development guide.
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