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*'''10 May 08''': A link to automatically join the #wiidev channel via web-based (for those without a client) has been made by Twilt and can be found at: http://embed.mibbit.com/?server=irc.efnet.net&channel=%23wiidev&settings=WiiBrew
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*'''7 May 08''': New Wii Channel launched, Nintendo Channel. By the looks of it, does NOT harm the TP-Hack or Homebrew Channel in any way.
 
*'''7 May 08''': New Wii Channel launched, Nintendo Channel. By the looks of it, does NOT harm the TP-Hack or Homebrew Channel in any way.
  

Revision as of 19:07, 10 May 2008

Contributors: Due to recent discussions about news entries this page is not editable by everybody. If you have interesting news, please add it to the Current events discussion page.

An experimental news feed is available for this page.

This page has a limit of 7 news items. Older news should be moved to the Events Archive.

News

Note: May not always work

  • 7 May 08: New Wii Channel launched, Nintendo Channel. By the looks of it, does NOT harm the TP-Hack or Homebrew Channel in any way.
  • 1 May 08: A USB Mass storage device file/folder lister demo has been released on the #wiidev channel by svpe, the same person who made the first SD elfloader. It is still in testing stages and the code needs to be cleaned up, so no download link will be provided here. It is compatible with anything that adheres to the USB Mass Storage Device specification and FAT16, including USB memory sticks, flash drives, certain phones/MP3 Players, some FAT-formatted USB Hard Drives and even single-slot card readers. When a cleaned-up version is released it will be posted here. Very early and probably buggy source code is available now
  • 22 April 08: Software releases have now been given their own section.
  • 11 April 08: A Friend Codes page has been added so developers and members of the Wii Homebrew community can organize on-line matches.

Old news

For older news check our Events Archive