NAND Boot Program
The NAND Boot Program is a DOL that is the boot content of every Broadway title (except the System Menu). It is linked with Revolution OS, though a separate copy from the game itself. It is responsible for loading the main content from index 1 of a title; newer versions are able to apply an LZ11 decompression.
Similar to the System Menu, the NAND Boot Program is governed by its own BS2 with far fewer states.
These libraries were taken from the version in Mii Channel v6.
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|EXI||Aug 8 2007 01:59:22 (0x4199_60831)|
|SI||Aug 8 2007 02:07:10 (0x4199_60831)|
|VI||Aug 8 2007 02:07:17 (0x4199_60831)|
|DVD||Aug 8 2007 01:59:13 (0x4199_60831)|
|NAND||Aug 8 2007 02:08:58 (0x4199_60831)|
|SC||Aug 8 2007 02:09:03 (0x4199_60831)|
|PAD||Aug 8 2007 02:07:08 (0x4199_60831)|
Error messages for
ESP_CloseLib can be found in
BS2Tick in v1.21 (and possibly v1.4). It is not clear what ESP is; the lists of function names in SEL files list all of these functions as ES functions, so it is possible that this was simply a typo, hence the inconsistency in
Internet Channel patches
Versions 1.21 and above perform a "MEM1 patch" and a "MEM2 patch" on the Internet Channel. The details of this patch are currently not known.
DEVELOPMENT MODEin the heading string with
%s, possibly indicating that this was meant to be the first version released
- Main binary is now uncompressed (using LZ11) before booting
- Replaced the version in the heading string with
%s(with the version stored elsewhere)
Found in many public channels. Differences from v1.0 are unknown.