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    Soft mod a red wii

    Hi all I was wandering if anyone can help me.

    Im thinking of trading in my white wii to get the new red wii but I was wandering if the new red wii can be soft modded like I have done with my white wii.

    Thank you

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    Doubt whether the colour has anything to do with it, depends what version it is. i thought all versions were possible anyway.

    Quick google says it's 99% sure it's a 4.3
    Edited by: "greg_68" 2nd Nov 2010

    Original Poster

    ok thank you

    dcx_badass

    Depends on the colour not the version, it will be 4.3 most likely which … Depends on the colour not the version, it will be 4.3 most likely which is do able but you need Indiana Jones Lego, or Yu-gi-oh to do it.



    That makes no sense.

    Thesaint, it's been a while (and probably loads of updates) since I last soft mod'd a wii, but prior to the homebrew chanel method, you had to use certain games that had exploits in them.

    The last time I done it, you just needed a few files, an sd card and some patience.

    Have a look at hackmii bootmii.org/dow…ad/

    Edit; Sorry, I have noticed the old method i used was only for up to 4.2. if you haven't updated yet, bannerbomb.qoid.us/ is probably the easiest way to get the homebrew channel installed.
    Edited by: "gRoberts12" 3rd Nov 2010

    Any new Wii will have 4.3, so get yourself Indiana Jones and a 1gb sd card and away you go

    I was wandering if the new red wii can be soft modded



    Replace the full drive or replace just the dvd board and then play copies off disc. You can buy a old style board from links below and fit yourself.

    If you don't want to replace dvd drive or board you can play via USB

    HUKD blocking emay links. Go to emay and write the following WII DVD DRIVE BOARD in search


    Edited by: "Goodwood" 3rd Nov 2010

    ^^ going to lose any warranty doing that though, softmodding at least gives you some peace of mind.


    Edited by: "greg_68" 3rd Nov 2010

    greg_68

    ^^ going to lose any warranty doing that though, softmodding at least … ^^ going to lose any warranty doing that though, softmodding at least gives you some peace of mind.



    I have only opened one Wii, and I can't remember any warranty stickers.

    There are no warranty stickers on the Wii, sad huh lol

    Soft modding is still the way to go. All your doing is putting the wii back to a state where you can install the home brew channel. Then you can run homebrew apps that would obviously allow you to run/copy games.
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