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== Enabling ethernet ==
 
== Enabling ethernet ==
 
Ethernet can be enabled on the Wii mini by running [[Ethernet Enabler]]. This is due to the fact that the ethernet drivers are still present in the Wii mini, despite not being usable from the [[System Menu]].
 
Ethernet can be enabled on the Wii mini by running [[Ethernet Enabler]]. This is due to the fact that the ethernet drivers are still present in the Wii mini, despite not being usable from the [[System Menu]].
 
== cIOS for the Wii mini ==
 
<div class="alert">
 
  <span class="closebtn" onclick="this.parentElement.style.display='none';">&times;</span>
 
  This cIOS version is only for the Wii Mini. Be also aware that cIOS for Wii Mini is still experimental, though no problems have been reported yet
 
</div>
 
1. Download the <span class="plainlinks">[https://wii.guide/assets/files/d2xl_wii_mini_cIOS_installer_v1_beta2.zip{{{1| }}} {{{2|{{{1|Leseratte’s d2xl cIOS Installer}}}}}}]</span>
 
 
2. Put the <code>cIOS Installer</code> in the <code>apps</code> folder on the USB drive. (If not there you can make a folder called <code>apps</code>)
 
 
3. Insert your USB drive into your Wii mini and load The <code>cIOS Installer</code> from the Homebrew Channel.
 
 
4. Press continue, then set the options to the following
 
 
<code>
 
Select cIOS: d2xl-v1-beta2
 
</code>
 
 
<code>
 
Select cIOS base: 57
 
</code>
 
 
<code>
 
Select cIOS slot: 249
 
</code>
 
 
Take a note of the version number (either <code>v31776</code> or <code>v31775</code>)
 
 
5. Once set, press A to install. Once done successfully, exit the installer.
 
 
⦿ If the install fails with a <code>TMD version mismatch error</code>, move the +Control pad left or right in the <code>Select cIOS</code> option until the version number is different than the one you tried before.
 
  
 
== Installing a normal System Menu ==
 
== Installing a normal System Menu ==

Revision as of 13:30, 17 February 2021

The Wii Mini is a cheaper revision of the Wii, released in 2013. Due to the lack of an SD slot and internet capability, none of the previous exploits worked. Currently, the only working exploit is Bluebomb, which uses the USB port and bluetooth interface.

Enabling ethernet

Ethernet can be enabled on the Wii mini by running Ethernet Enabler. This is due to the fact that the ethernet drivers are still present in the Wii mini, despite not being usable from the System Menu.

Installing a normal System Menu

A normal Wii's System Menu can also be installed into the Wii mini. However, there are some bricking risks. To avoid bricking your Wii mini, be sure to follow these steps closely.

  1. Download System Menu 4.3 for your region using NUS Downloader.
  2. Download and apply an IOS80-nowifi patch.
  3. Download Wii Mod Lite onto your USB stick.
  4. Install IOS80-nowifi using Wii Mod Lite. This step is crucial, as a normal System Menu attempts to test WiFi immediately when it boots, which fails on the Wii mini since it does not have WiFi support.
  5. Install the downloaded System Menu using Wii Mod Lite.

Discussion and Support

Support for the Wii Mini can be found on Discord.