Not sure how relevant it is, but there's something called FS Browser that seems to do something similar (I haven't checked it out yet). It's not in the normal lists of homebrew apps, so I thought I'd mention it. --Mu mind 17:10, 30 October 2009 (UTC)
- Thanks for letting me know. It's not too relevant to this project, but reading through that code helped me with some other things. Also, FSToolbox seems to do the same things in a more up to date project. Gannon 07:13, 1 November 2009 (UTC)
- FTPii has a NAND-browsing mode that works for me (not sure if it needs fakesigning or something) - this is the most useful to me. Presumably by "memory" you do mean the NAND (as opposed to the RAM)?
- EDIT: From reading the description, it does look like the RAM. I remember using a tool waaay back (still in Gamecube-controller, Twilight Hack days - ah, the memories) that did the same thing, I can't remember for the life of me what it's called. Should be hiding on the wiki somewhere. Muzer 23:02, 31 December 2009 (UTC)
- EDIT2: RAM Editor - it's one better than I remember, it lets you edit too! I'm not sure whether it'll work on modern Wiis though.
- EDIT3: Unfortunately, it seems down - I downloaded all apps at one point but have deleted the partition years ago, I think. I'll just put my other HDD in and reboot, you might be lucky.
- EDIT4: It's your lucky day: http://hbcapps.com/miight/crap/dump/file5BRllw.zip