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== Before You use ==
 
== Before You use ==

Revision as of 06:35, 17 October 2008

When this utility is booted, it looks for and deletes duplicate Wii Channels, such as the ones you may get from booting a Wii game title from another region and installing an out of region update (for example, Japanese or European Weather and News Channels on a US Wii).

Duplicate Channel Remover
Dcr icon arn.png
General
Author(s)Waninkoko
TypeUtilities
Links
[[[1]|Download]]

Before You use

  • As with all unsigned code in the homebrew community all applications may be dangerous if used incorrectly; for support with it, please contact the developer of the program.

**Use only the version meant for your region, or you will accidentally delete the channels from your Wii's native region.**

Extras

Icon

Icon Made by: arn`

Place this in the Duplicate Channel folder in your apps directory on your SD card.

Meta

 <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8" standalone="yes"?>
<app version="2">
	<name>Duplicate Channel Remover</name>
	<version>2</version>
        <release_date>200804220000</release_date>
	<coder>Waninkoko</coder>
	<short_description>Use to remove duplicate news/weather channels.</short_description>
	<long_description> When booted, it will look for any duplicate news/weather channels that you
                           may have and delete them.  

                           WARNING: Use the version meant for your region, or it 
                                    will delete news/weather channels from your 
                                    region.</long_description>
</app>

Copy this into Notepad and save as meta.xml in the Duplicate Channel folder in your apps directory.