|Downloadable via the Homebrew Browser|
|Downloadable via the Open Shop Channel|
|This homebrew application makes permanent changes to the Wii's NAND, thus, this application should be used with caution.|
|This homebrew can't be used on the Wii Mini. Attempting to use this homebrew on the Wii Mini could brick the system because of hardware differences.|
IOS58 Installer does one thing, and one thing only - download and install IOS58 from the Nintendo update servers. This process does not involve any system-critical parts of the system, and is completely safe. IOS58 is required for USB 2.0 support in homebrew applications and is the default IOS used by HBC 1.0.8+. It is included in System Menu 4.3, but those who do not wish to update to 4.3 can just run this installer to get the benefits of IOS58.
- Copy the installer files to your SD card or USB device
- Run the installer from HBC
- Press the Install button
After installing IOS58, you must reinstall the Homebrew Channel 1.0.8+ in order for it to utilize IOS58. To do so, download the HackMii Installer and run boot.elf using one of the known exploits or through HBC by creating a new folder inside of /apps/ and copying boot.elf inside. Detailed instructions are included with the Hackmii Installer.