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| image = [[File:BootMii Logo.png|128px]]
| author = [[Team Twiizers]]
| version = Beta 61.5| download = http://bootmii.org/download/
| source = http://gitweb.bootmii.org
| peripherals = {{GCNController}} {{FrontSD}} {{FrontSDHC}} {{Wii}}
}}
{{Modifies NAND}}
'''BootMii''' is a system designed by [[Team Twiizers]] to enable complete low-level control of the Wii. It allows the Wii to be controlled mere moments after the On button has been pressed, before any [[IOS]] has been loaded and before the [[NAND]] filesystem has been read. BootMii can be launched from the [[Homebrew Channel]] from the menu that pops up when the home button is pressed.
== Controls ==
== How it works ==
BootMii is a modified version of [[boot2]], which is loaded by [[boot1]], which is loaded by [[boot0]]. '''boot0''' is part of [[Hollywood]] and read-only. '''boot1''', although stored on the [[NAND]], is signed by a value in write-once memory and therefore cannot be changed without rendering a console unable to boot. '''boot2''', however, can be modified (with some restrictions). This means it can be hacked, updated, and corrupted. BootMii hijacks the [[boot process ]] before the normal '''boot2''' is run, optionally allowing code to be run directly from the SD Card. This has many advantages, such as making it very difficult to [[brick]], and slowing Nintendo from blocking homebrew. Unfortunately, the only way we could completely stop Nintendo from blocking homebrew is by patching updates on-the-fly, or somehow preventing overwriting '''boot2'''. Along with the [[System Menu 4.2]] update, Nintendo released a new version of '''boot2''' (boot2v4); there is nothing in boot2v4 that prevents BootMii from working, but it will overwrite an existing BootMii installation when it is installed.
== Compatibility ==
== The new boot1 ==
Consoles made after some point in 2008 (no concrete date is known) have a new version of [[boot1]] that patches the vulnerability which allows the console to boot a modified [[boot2]]. The Hackmii Installer will detect this situation and refuse to modify '''boot2'''(see more at [http://hackmii.com2009com/2009/02/bootmii-and-the-new-boot1/ Hackmii]). Since '''boot1''' cannot be updated, all consoles already manufactured before this update are safe. About 10% of the consoles that ran the BootMii Checker tool have the new '''boot1'''.
== Console Keys and keys.bin ==
Instead of using [[WiiND]], you can retrieve your console keys from the keys.bin file that BootMii v3+ produces when backing up the [[NAND]]. To view them, open keys.bin with a hex editor.<br />
Here are the offsets for each key:
<pre>ECC Private Keyboot1 hash: 0x128 0x100 (30 20 bytes) Common key (AES): 0x114 (16 bytes)
Console ID: 0x124 (4 bytes)
ECC Private Key: 0x128 (30 bytes)
NAND HMAC: 0x144 (20 bytes)
NAND AES key: 0x158 (16 bytes)
NAND HMAC: 0x144 (20 bytes)
Common key (AES): 0x114 (16 bytes)
PRNG seed (AES): 0x168 (16 bytes)
boot1 hash: 0x100 (20 bytes)
ng_key_id: 0x208 (4 bytes)
ng_sig: 0x20c (60 bytes)</pre>
== History ==
=== v1.4 ===* Stopped the "queueing" of the eject button press when confirming dangerous operations* Fixed integer overflow when calculating SD card free space === Beta 6 (v1.3) ===
* Fixed the freeze when using the autoboot feature to load System Menu with a delay of zero.
* The NAND backup no longer crashes when stumbling on uncorrectable pages.
* The autoboot feature is ignored when launching the IOS version of BootMii.
=== Beta 5 (v1.2) ===
*Compatible with more SD cards.
*New font, borrowed from the deceased [[Twilight Hack]].
*The button combination when restoring a NAND backup with only BootMii/IOS was impossible to perform with some pads. It has been changed to the Konami Code.
=== Beta 4 (v1.1) ===
* Properly write the keys to nand.bin :
** This fixes the “NAND dump is from another Wii” issue on restoring beta 3 backups. If you don’t know how to fix those dumps, you have to backup the NAND again. Dumps from all other versions are not affected.
=== Beta 3 (v1.0) ===
* Improved the SD card compability
* Increased the backup/restore speed for some SD cards, but decreased it for others :P
* Keys are now saved to SD as /bootmii/keys.bin too
=== Beta 2 (v0.9) ===
* SD card performance has been improved, decreasing the boot and the NAND backup / restore time
* backupmii accepts fragmented SD cards now, reformatting is not performed anymore. Old NAND dumps are still compatible.
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