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  1. Everybody Post Your 3DS Friend Code

    Quote Originally Posted by SuperAj3 View Post
    Here is a starter section for anyone wanting to share friend codes, and add new members
    HacksDen Name: Friend Code

    ameer: 1246-8870-2182
    JoostinOnline: 1161-0242-6117
    Robgee789: 1160-9866-3285
    paulrobinbrown: 3394-3532-7812
    peire: 1805-2638-5740
    SaidTheMuse: 2793-0789-8961
    Zandaro: 1332-7696-4487
    ZeroSyko: 0130-1935-1282
    SuperAj3: 1289-8236-6502
    remco: 5198-2395-3887
  2. A basic explanation of AHBPROT and MEMPROT

    For an up-to-date version of this guide, see:
    AHBPROT and MEMPROT: A basic explanation

    I did some searching, and there is no simple explanation of AHBPROT and MEMPROT. What info exists is often either wrong, or too complex for beginners (including myself) to understand. While I lack the details, I felt it would be good to write a basic guide.

    What is AHBPROT? Do I want it?
    AHBPROT stands for Advanced High-Performance Bus Protection. Most people say ...

    Updated 02-05-2013 at 03:05 PM by JoostinOnline

  3. KoreanKii - Add or remove the Korean key from your Wii

    Updated KoreanKii to v1.1
    • Added GC controller support
    • Put the warnings in red and title in green
    • A little code cleanup
    • Warns you about 003 errors if you have 4.2+ (non-Korean)

  4. PowerCheck - Reports the battery power remaining in your Wii remote

    And here is PowerCheck v1.4. This is the biggest update so far:

    • Percentage is in green, and "Not Connected" is in red
    • No need to connect your remotes before checking the percentages anymore
    • The power status is constantly updated
    • If you don't have any remotes registered, the program closes
    • Code optimization
  5. Settings Editor GUI

    I just released v1.8. Here are the changes:
    • Added more USB Gecko output code and fixed grlib output not being shown.
    • A fair amount of code cleanup (it's still messy though, lol) and a couple of safety checks (thanks megazig).
    • Decreased size by about 19%.
    • Missing options are no longer hidden. Instead, clicking on them gives the option to load the Wii Settings to set them for the first time.
    • Menus are now fixed width so changing a setting won't resize it.
    • "Loading Wii Settings"
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