WiiSCU + Dop-IOS == what ?
I have an idea; we could merge wiiscu and dop-ios together to make .. i don't know, i suggest a name WiiUpdate but .. anyway, they are both great tools and it would expand the functionality if they were merged together. Wack0(t/c) 11:33, 27 July 2009 (UTC)
- Hmmm... It sounds good. But I'm not very interested on merge both tools now as I'm busy with other projects. I made Dop-IOS in order to be able to download and patch any IOS (so you can play trucha games on newer firmwares and games don't ask you to update). WiiSCU was made to update channels, they are very different things :) But, please, feel free to use my source in order to make the application you mention :) I have a source of a new version that detects your System Menu version, you could use it to detect your channel versions and let you download a newer (or lower) one.--Marcmax 13:12, 28 July 2009 (UTC)
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