A: It's a channel that lets you run Wii Homebrew in or format.Currently, you can load them from an SD card, a USB Gecko or via local network (Wi Fi or wired).A2: Also, make sure you are copying the one for the correct region.Q: I keep getting an error ("Exception 300" or similar) when trying to install the Homebrew channel via the TP hack.You can then add an icon for each app in the same folder, with it named icon.png, and a description file name --Szalkow , (UTC) A: Update to beta9, which fixes the memory card bug.A: As of beta8, the Homebrew Channel sorts your applications alphabetically by their name (i.e. Numbers are sorted before alphabet, so any numbered applications will come first. Marcan , 28 October 2008 (UTC) Q: Using Wiiload is great for loading .elf/files, but could it be possible to load folders?I turn on the wii delete the zelda file, copy the TP hack to the wii and go to the disc channel, let it load, start it, do the vision test, load the TP hack file and talk to the man, but then this comes up and it freezes.
Q: Is there a way I can install Homebrew Channel without Twilight Princess? Q: Would it be possible to COPY the actual channel from one machine onto another. Also, publishing a disc like action replay or gameshark might be able to force a channel!
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someone told me one of Nintendo's updates fixed the hack? This can also be caused by trying to install the Homebrew Channel beta9 with an alpha release of the Twilight Hack. (tested 3.2E -- alpha0.3a -- beta9 = fail, 3.2E -- beta1 -- beta9 = success) Nanika , 23 November 2008 (UTC) It is the download from the official HBC site, but not addressed in any instructions or troubleshooting guides. A: Installing Homebrew Channel can't brick your Wii, but Bootmii installed as boot2 can give you problems on bootup.
There is no or file visible at all in the download. Go back and download the version that does not have "iso" in the file name. Try removing your SD card before booting and it should boot just fine.