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<big>'''Notice:''' At this time, WiiBrew recommends that you '''do not update''' your Wii through Nintendo, as it disables some homebrew.</big><br />
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Instead, you should use the '''[[Wii Shop and IOS51 installer]]''' to update and prevent anything from being disabled.
 
Instead, you should use the '''[[Wii Shop and IOS51 installer]]''' to update and prevent anything from being disabled.
 
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Revision as of 22:16, 8 November 2008

Welcome to WiiBrew,
a wiki dedicated to homebrew on the Nintendo Wii.
We have 1,391 articles.

Notice: At this time, WiiBrew recommends that you do not update your Wii through Nintendo, as it disables some homebrew (DVDx, PatchMii) .
Instead, you should use the Wii Shop and IOS51 installer to update and prevent anything from being disabled.

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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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