Wii Network Config Editor

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Wii Network Config Editor
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TypeSystem tool
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This homebrew application makes permanent changes to the Wii's NAND, thus, this application should be used with caution.

It is recommended to have a NAND backup with either BootMii as boot2 or Priiloader with BootMii as IOS installed before proceeding with the usage of this application.

Wii Network Config Editor is a Wii homebrew program which allows you to change your Network Settings without going to the Wii Menu. It is especially useful for portable WIIs that haven't got a bluetooth module(thus they can't access the Wii Menu).

This program makes permanent changes to the NAND, use (and/or modify) at your own risks. Please make a NAND Backup before using my program, just in case.

What is this program and what does it do?

This program is a Network Setting Editor designed especially for Portable Wiis that cannot access the Wii menu to change Network settings.

However it also works fine with normal Wii's(if you are too lazy to go to the wii menu or you can't access it for some reason, like on a semi-bricked WII for example).

This program changes the Network type(Wireless/Wired), SSID, Password, and security type of the first network(for now), in the configuration file named "config.dat" located at /shared2/sys/net/02/config.dat on the NAND.

This program uses GRRLIB