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'''KoreanKii''' is a tool that can add or remove the Korean common key, useful for preventing or fixing [[error 003]] bricks. To fix an error 003 brick, access to homebrew is still required to launch this.
 
'''KoreanKii''' is a tool that can add or remove the Korean common key, useful for preventing or fixing [[error 003]] bricks. To fix an error 003 brick, access to homebrew is still required to launch this.
  
 
'''DO NOT RUN THIS APP IF YOUR WII IS NOT KOREAN REGION, OR YOU WILL BRICK!!!'''
 
'''DO NOT RUN THIS APP IF YOUR WII IS NOT KOREAN REGION, OR YOU WILL BRICK!!!'''
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This app does not work at all on [[vWii]] and never can because the vWii doesn't use (or at least have write access to) the SEEPROM, and there never was a Korean version of the vWii. Attempting to use it on vWii will just simply cause it to freeze at the install screen.

Revision as of 23:24, 3 July 2021

KoreanKii
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General
Author(s)tueidj and JoostinOnline
TypeSystem tool
Version1.1
LicenceGNU GPL v3
Links
Download (source included)


NOTICE
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This homebrew application makes permanent changes to the Wii's SEEPROM, thus, this application should be used with caution.
Warning!
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This homebrew cannot be used on the vWii. Attempting to use this homebrew on the vWii may result in the app not working, or may render the system unusable.

KoreanKii is a tool that can add or remove the Korean common key, useful for preventing or fixing error 003 bricks. To fix an error 003 brick, access to homebrew is still required to launch this.

DO NOT RUN THIS APP IF YOUR WII IS NOT KOREAN REGION, OR YOU WILL BRICK!!!

This app does not work at all on vWii and never can because the vWii doesn't use (or at least have write access to) the SEEPROM, and there never was a Korean version of the vWii. Attempting to use it on vWii will just simply cause it to freeze at the install screen.