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:Yeah, leaving everything else aside -- the exclusion of BootMii NAND backups is a head-scratcher. What exactly could you not figure out how to do? -- [[User:Bushing|Bushing]] 20:59, 11 October 2009 (UTC)
::Because my Wii prevents a BootMii/boot2 installation, I never made a BootMii backup, so I didn't have a look into that. The application is still under development and it doesn't mean that it will never be able to handle them, though.--[[User:Leathl|Leathl]] 22:00, 11 October 2009 (UTC)
:::Couldn't you install it as an IOS, make a NAND dump and experiment? I know you wont be able to restore it, but still...It'd be a useful feature to have. For example, if a person has a bricked Wii and no working NAND dump, but has BootMii/boot2, and your tool worked with BootMii dumps, they could install a few IOS WADs and a System Menu WAD and possibly fix their Wii without using Comex's NAND Formatter and losing all saves and miis and stuff. Just a thought. --[[User:SifJar|SifJar]] 21:56, 9 December 2009 (UTC)
I suppose it could stay if the author wrote something like "I do not support piracy in any way, however this tool could be used to install channels of your favorite homebrew apps"? ----[[User:PotentialExperience|PotentialExperience]] 21:14, 11 October 2009 (UTC) *EDIT* Oh, wait. Should I add that to the ACTUAL PAGE?


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