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    Mighty Channels

    Users Who started using this or want to set up don't.

    Nand Emulation is coming to USB loaders

    You can get beta releases of GX/Wiiflow if you want to try it out.


    Cheers



    Mighty Channels


    (Previously known as Triiforce MRC)

    Mighty Channels is a channel loader for Wii that uses Waninkoko's cIOS NAND emulator. It loads your SD card or USB device like if it was your Wii's NAND, so you can play your purchased Wii Shop Channel titles from your SD card or your USB HDD!.Has to be Fat32...NO! it doesn't work with NTFS or WBFS

    Q:If you can load games of SD card via SD menu why would i use this?
    A:When you load the vc/wiiware from SD, the games have to be installed to your nand everytime you launch them so it can have an affect on wii(s) nand while if you use Mighty Channels your are using your SD or USB and causes no harm to your wii.

    Features:


    • Minimalist & fast GUI
    • Downloads images WiiTDB
    • A button: play game
    • 1 button: configure game
    • 2 button: sort games by system
    • B button: sort games at your own
    • HOME button: Home menu
    • Requires Waninkoko cIOS rev21 d2x (Improved by Davebaol)

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    File Structure For Mighty Channels:

    Adding Titles To the e-NAND

    cIOS Set Up For Mighty Channels

    Loading Mighty Channels

    How to load images/banners

    Compatibility

    Extra Info

    FAQ/Errors




    Credit: Marc_Max Creator of Mighty Channels
    RobGee [Info + Testing]
    FIX94(Forwarder Source)
    Muaddib & Cjizzle (Info on Rocket Save Error)


    WARNING:NO LINKS TO NAND BACKUPS WITH DLC.IF YOU DO YOU WILL BE in RR or EVEN BANNED!!!.
    It is illegal to obtain/distribute backups of games you do not own.
    This guide, myself, and this site DO NOT SUPPORT OR PROMOTE SOFTWARE PIRACY. Play Fair
    No help will be given to individuals with questions relating to this. You have been warned!


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    mighty_channels_beta6 is the latest version mate
    Need any gfx making HERE is where to ask

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    I see a reference in your tutorial to 'Sneek'.

    Forgive my naiivity but how does this application differ from Sneek?
    Is it a case of using one or the other (like USB Loaders) or do they actually have different purposes? (Mighty and Sneek that is).

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    Mighty channels loads game of emulated nand using cIOS(cIOS enables this) compatibility is crappy

    Sneek is running emulated nand so what ever you load uses their hardcoded ios = 100% compatibility


    sneek has a limit of displaying 47 titles so if you have more you can use Snort48<-sneek based mighty channels
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    Bearing in mind the compatibility issues you mention, it seems Sneek would be the safer route for me to go (I am a quick learner but still a virtual novice regarding Wii softmods).
    Do you or your associates intend to do a sticky guide on Sneek?

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    Quote Originally Posted by PE06MCG View Post
    Bearing in mind the compatibility issues you mention, it seems Sneek would be the safer route for me to go (I am a quick learner but still a virtual novice regarding Wii softmods).
    Do you or your associates intend to do a sticky guide on Sneek?
    We just so happen to already have a guide for that. Look here.
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    cile does have a guide for sneek , but i think mighty channel is easier to use than sneek and sneekis picky about hard drives, i use mighty channel for vc games (and i havnt found one that doesnt work and uloader for wiiware (and i havnt found a wiiware game that it doesnt load)
    Need any gfx making HERE is where to ask

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    Thanks for your views on this choice.
    Certainly 'Mighty' does seem to have an easier installation process compared with 'Sneek' and I agree about the capabilities of uLoader, it certainly has my vote as a usb loader and like RobGee789 very few failures. In fact only one which was an inability to read my wbfs partition (formatted by an external manager). Letting uLoader format it solved everything.

    I have an HDD (1 TB) where my backup games are stored and I have not yet tried the VC route.

    I am eager to learn, perhaps there are guides for this process?

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    Working through guide I have hit a problem.

    Under 'Adding Titles to the e-NAND' section, item #7 says to right click on game and select 'extract'.

    Perhaps I misunderstand but my list of games is already in wbfs form (on the FAT HDD) so is already extracted.
    The right click options do not include 'extract' only ones to archive or compress.

    What am I doing wrong?

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    the guide is for wiiware and vc games
    Need any gfx making HERE is where to ask

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