Talk:Wii System Transfer (shortcut)
I checked, and both Wii System Transfer channels have title ID HCTE, but I've clearly seen both installed. How does this work? https://www.nintendo.com/consumer/assets/media/images/wii/en/ss-wii-systemtransferdownloaded-611x342.png Hallowizer (talk) 07:20, 18 April 2021 (CEST)
- Usually, Shortcut Channels share the same ID with the actual Channel. I think the shortcut for this one might be using "HCZE" for some reason. Larsenv (talk) 19:04, 19 April 2021 (CEST)
- That applies to shortcut channels for disc-based games (Wii Fit, Wii Fit Plus, and Mario Kart Wii at least; the Rabbids one might be different), but in this case it's a channel that relates to another channel, which seems like it'd lead to conflicts if both were installed.
- IOS62 allows both HCTE and HCZE on vWii, and HCZE was installed via an update so it's possible that HCZE is related to launching the shop channel. (However, I tried installing HCZE in Dolphin (modified to also have the VWii key; otherwise it won't install), and it doesn't show up on the System Menu; launching HCZE directly shows an error code (386108) on what I'll describe as a Wii U-like error screen). And I don't know *why* HCZE would need extra permissions if it were a shortcut. --Pokechu22 (talk) 01:16, 20 April 2021 (CEST)
- Figured it out. The shortcut is 00010002-HCTE, while the main tool is 00010001-HCTE. Makes sense, since this leads to the shortcut being downloaded from NUS. Hallowizer (talk) 03:57, 25 June 2021 (CEST)