Saturday, June 6, 2009

Super Smash Bros. Brawl EXPLOIT coming SOON!!

Exploit by comex, ELF loading code by Team Twiizers. Bug used was discovered by svpe.

This exploit exploits a vulnerability in SSBB's stage builder code to run arbitrary homebrew code. Currently it will load an elf file from /boot.elf on the SD card.

This exploit differs from others in the fact that it is quite difficult for Nintendo to patch. There is no method on the Wii for patching games, and as this exploit does not go through the System Menu, it can not be patched by Nintendo at this time.

All you have to do to use this exploit is delete all custom stages on your Wii, then copy over the file. When you etner the Stage Builder menu, it will automatically run /boot.elf on SD.

Sunday, May 24, 2009

Bannerbomb exploit released!!

You can finally install the Homebrew Channel on Wii menu 4.0

**Here's how

Download necessary files
  • Click here to download
  • For the first time, try ""
  • If that doesn't work, continue on to "", etc.
What you need
  • SD (or SDHC if you're running System Menu 4.0) card formatted as FAT16 or FAT32.
  • SD card reader for PC or a PC with one built-in
  • Bannerbomb channel data
  • Some homebrew to load
  1. If your SD card has a private directory, rename it temporarily, e.g. to "privateold". Having other saved channels on the same card will screw it up. (Also, if you don't have any channels on the SD card already, it's possible to skip this step so you can keep saves on your SD card)
  2. Copy the Bannerbomb "private" folder to the root of your SD card.
  3. Take your Wii executable, name it "boot.dol" or "boot.elf" if it isn't already, and save it in the root directory of your SD card.
  4. Put your SD card in your Wii and turn it on.
  5. Go into Wii Options --> Data Management --> Channels --> SD Card.
  6. A message should appear asking to "load boot.dol/.elf". If it freezes or does not appear, download the next .zip file from the Bannerbomb website and start over.
  7. The homebrew on your SD card will load. Enjoy!

Tuesday, May 5, 2009

Play DVD's on your Wii

This guide will show you how to use DVDx to play burned DVD's right on your Wii

1) Obtain all the files from here
2) Copy the apps folder and wads folder from the "Copy CONTENTS to root of SD" onto the root of your SD card
3) Put the SD card into your wii and load the Homebrew channel
4) Select the app labeled DVDx installer
5) Select Normal Install


6) When it is done installing, hit exit

To play DVD's

1) Open the Homebrew channel and select the app named Mplayer
2) Select DVD-Video


3) Select play DVD
4) Enjoy the movie!!

Monday, May 4, 2009

Install on Homebrew Channel and Backup Launcher Wii menu 3.4

*For wii system menu 3.4*

1. Install the Homebrew Channel via Twilight Hack v0.1 beta 2. Links: Guide and Official Download
2. Download WAD Manager 1.3 and place it on your SD card in the /apps/directory/(Mine is in /apps/Wadmanager13 on the root of SD)
3. Download 3in1Softmod_REV3. This pack contains several .wad files that will be used in the next few steps.
4. Download IOS16 !!WAD!! file IOS16-64-v257-prod.wad and put IOS16-64-v257-prod.wad in the SD cards WAD folder(/wad/ in root of SD)
5. Launch Homebrew Channel and install IOS16 Wad with Wadmanager 1.3
6. In the /apps/ directory of the SD card, create a new directory called WadManagerIOS16
7. In the 3in1Softmod_REV3 pack there is a Wii_SD_Card directory. Copy the boot.mod file (**NOT BOOT.DOL**) to the /apps/WadManagerIOS16 directory on your SD card. Rename it to Boot.dol. NOTE: for those who are having trouble renaming, here is the boot.dol file already renamed from boot.mod. Sometimes Windows has trouble renaming file extensions.
8. Copy 07-cIOS249-v7_waninkokoFULL-nw7.wad from the 3in1Softmod_REV3/Wii_SD_Card/directory to you WAD directory on the SD card (/wad/ in the root of SD card)
9. Launch Homebrew Channel and install 07-cIOS249-v7_waninkokoFULL-nw7.wad using WadManagerIOS16 (if you install is via Wad Manager 1.3 you will get an error).
10. Dowload Backup Launcher 0.3gamma, and place it in the /apps/ directory on your SD card. Run Backup Launcher from the Homebrew Channel and you should be good to go! This worked with no issues on my 3.4 Wii.
11. I tested a backup launched directly from the backup launcher and had no problems!

Homebrew Channel 0.3.1

Released May 1, 2009
  • Able to download and browse at the same time (just click on a category when downloading)
  • Fixed bug which didn't show the last character for applications names, descriptions, etc.
  • Fixed bug where the wrong applications were shown after downloading from download queue
  • Added GC controller support (port #1)
  • Added nunchuck support for scrolling the apps list
  • Added ability to power off the Wii via the Wiimote power button
  • Menu items are now accessible when in the help or settings screen