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info from a devkit (the "random data" in dummy-cls was because the wrong common key was used to decrypt)
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It also doesn't boot on full bricked Wiis and it's unlikely that it repairs half bricked Wiis since delete all only deletes savegames/settings and not any channel content (Weather/News/Games..) or IOS.
 
It also doesn't boot on full bricked Wiis and it's unlikely that it repairs half bricked Wiis since delete all only deletes savegames/settings and not any channel content (Weather/News/Games..) or IOS.
 
   
 
   
The "DevCerts" are two [[WAD]] files on the disc FS called "dummy-cls.wad" and "dummy-loc.wad," both of which have one content which is 0x40 bytes. One is empty the other one seems to be just random data, possibly a build tag. The "dummy-loc.wad" file also has a [[certificate chain]] including the debug certificates. "dummy-cls.wad" has a ticket which the Wii does not accept, therefore it cannot be installed.
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The "DevCerts" are two [[WAD]] files on the disc FS called "dummy-cls.wad" and "dummy-loc.wad," both of which have one content which is 0x40 bytes. dummy-loc is empty while dummy-cls has the word "dummy" together with the title ID. The "dummy-loc.wad" file also has a [[certificate chain]] including the debug certificates. "dummy-cls.wad" has a ticket which retail Wiis do not accept, therefore it cannot be installed.
    
While the ID of this disc is 410E (or possibly 408E for some versions), the TMD itself reports it as 1-2, probably to get access to <code>ES_SetUid</code>.
 
While the ID of this disc is 410E (or possibly 408E for some versions), the TMD itself reports it as 1-2, probably to get access to <code>ES_SetUid</code>.
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