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The Wii Backup Disc was the only known official application to use [[IOS16]]. Because IOS16 is signed by Nintendo, and the update partition of the disc only has IOS16 and [[boot2v2]], homebrew install discs were released that used IOS16 and had a copy of the Wii Backup Disc's update partition.
 
The Wii Backup Disc was the only known official application to use [[IOS16]]. Because IOS16 is signed by Nintendo, and the update partition of the disc only has IOS16 and [[boot2v2]], homebrew install discs were released that used IOS16 and had a copy of the Wii Backup Disc's update partition.
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When [[RVL-CPU-20]] consoles were released, IOS16 became one of the only IOSes that could be downgraded without issues, which resulted in general homebrew also installing IOS16 to get access to the [[signing bug]] and patch other IOSes.
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When [[RVL-CPU-20]] consoles were released, [[IOS16]] became one of the only IOSes that could be downgraded without issues, which resulted in general homebrew also installing [[IOS16]] to get access to the [[signing bug]] and patch other IOSes.
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Nintendo responded in the [[4.0]] update by releasing a stubbed [[IOS16]] (v512). It is unknown how the Wii Backup Disc worked after this point, although it may have instead been changes to use a newer IOS such as [[IOS36]], since IOS16 did not have anything critical to the Wii Backup Disc's function.
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Nintendo responded in the [[4.0|4.0 update]] by releasing a stubbed [[IOS16]] (v512). It is unknown how the Wii Backup Disc worked after this point, although it may have instead been changes to use a newer IOS such as [[IOS36]], since [[IOS16]] did not have anything critical to the Wii Backup Disc's function.
    
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