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| type        = WiFi server
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| author      = Wiimm & Leseratte
 
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| download    = https://wii.guide/assets/files/autowiimmfipatcher-0.6.zip
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| download    = https://download.wiimmfi.de/patcher/autowiimmfipatcher-latest.zip
 
| website    = https://wiimmfi.de/
 
| website    = https://wiimmfi.de/
 
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'''Wiimmfi''' is a custom server that replaces Nintendo's WFC servers which were shut down in 2014. It is based off of Brainslug. The service has full support for 242 games, works with some issues on 11 games, and 255 games currently in testing.  
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'''Wiimmfi''' is a custom server that replaces Nintendo's WFC servers which were shut down in 2014. The service has full support for 346 games, works with some issues or is partially working on 23 games, and 718 games currently in testing. There are also 12 games that are disabled, which is due to the fact that the disabled games requires connections to other servers and does not use Nintendo WFC.
  
 
== Ways to use ==
 
== Ways to use ==
The Wiimmfi patcher app app can be downloaded from [https://wii.guide/assets/files/autowiimmfipatcher-0.6.zip here] and installed onto an SD card or USB to load via the Homebrew Channel. Running it performs a one-time patch on a disc, after exiting the game, the patch no longer works and the app has to be run again to patch it again.  
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The Wiimmfi patcher app app can be downloaded from [https://download.wiimmfi.de/patcher/autowiimmfipatcher-latest.zip here] and installed onto an SD card or USB to load via the Homebrew Channel. Running it performs a one-time patch on a disc, after exiting the game, the patch no longer works and the app has to be run again to patch it again.  
  
 
A Wii system can also be set to the custom DNS server for Wiimmfi, insert 95.217.77.151 into the DNS server in the Wii internet settings and then go to the EULA agreement. Doing this loads the Wiimmfi EULA exploit.
 
A Wii system can also be set to the custom DNS server for Wiimmfi, insert 95.217.77.151 into the DNS server in the Wii internet settings and then go to the EULA agreement. Doing this loads the Wiimmfi EULA exploit.
  
 
Finally, if the Internet Channel is usable, another option is to go to http://chadsoft.co.uk/wiimmfi/ and bookmark it in the channel. Then load it through the bookmarks. This method is not as reliable as the others, and will depend on when or if it will work.
 
Finally, if the Internet Channel is usable, another option is to go to http://chadsoft.co.uk/wiimmfi/ and bookmark it in the channel. Then load it through the bookmarks. This method is not as reliable as the others, and will depend on when or if it will work.

Latest revision as of 21:21, 25 July 2021

Wiimmfi
Wiimmfi.png
General
Author(s)Wiimm & Leseratte
TypeUtility
Links
Download
Website
Discussion
Peripherals
Internet Local WiFi

Wiimmfi is a custom server that replaces Nintendo's WFC servers which were shut down in 2014. The service has full support for 346 games, works with some issues or is partially working on 23 games, and 718 games currently in testing. There are also 12 games that are disabled, which is due to the fact that the disabled games requires connections to other servers and does not use Nintendo WFC.

Ways to use

The Wiimmfi patcher app app can be downloaded from here and installed onto an SD card or USB to load via the Homebrew Channel. Running it performs a one-time patch on a disc, after exiting the game, the patch no longer works and the app has to be run again to patch it again.

A Wii system can also be set to the custom DNS server for Wiimmfi, insert 95.217.77.151 into the DNS server in the Wii internet settings and then go to the EULA agreement. Doing this loads the Wiimmfi EULA exploit.

Finally, if the Internet Channel is usable, another option is to go to http://chadsoft.co.uk/wiimmfi/ and bookmark it in the channel. Then load it through the bookmarks. This method is not as reliable as the others, and will depend on when or if it will work.