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Are you tired of the boring, plain white theme on your Wii Menu, and want a cool theme instead? This tutorial will help you get a new theme for your Wii Menu!

In the case of a brick, installing Priiloader is a must. Also, install BootMii (as Boot2 if you have an early Wii). Installing brick protection along with following the guide correctly should keep you safe from bricks. DO NOT CONTINUE UNTIL YOU HAVE INSTALLED PRIILOADER AND BOOTMII!

This guide is intended for regular Wiis only. For installing themes on vWii (Wii U), follow this page.

Only install themes on your Wii that have been formatted specifically for it, and its current region. Installing themes from the wrong region or version on your Wii will cause a brick. This tutorial will tell you how to create a csm that is safe to install.

For safety purposes, please do not use any other version of MyMenuify than the one linked here, as MyMenuify Mod is the safest way to install a theme.

Do not use any other version of ThemeMii than the one linked here, as ThemeMii Mod allows you to make a theme for Wii Menu version 4.3, other versions may not.

We recommend you install cIOS before continuing.

What you need

  • A Wii
  • An SD card or USB drive
  • A computer with Windows on it (or using Mono or Wine on Mac/Linux)

Theme Links

To find themes to install, here are 3 resources:

MAKE SURE YOU READ THE WARNINGS ABOVE BEFORE CONTINUING!

Instructions

Section I – Finding a Theme
  • Peruse the resources to get themes, finding a theme you want to install. Some have YouTube videos to show what the theme looks like, unfortunately some of them are unavailable.
  • Once you found one you like, click the download link corresponding to your Wii Menu version. It is very important to pick the right one to avoid bricks.
  • You probably will pick the download link that says 4.X, that means the theme will work on version 4.1, 4.2 and 4.3 of the Wii Menu.
  • Some themes have different links for different regions, so pick the one corresponding to your Wii’s region.
  • There are other resources for Wii Menu themes, but they might be in csm form (ready to install on the Wii). If the csm doesn’t match the version and region of your Wii Menu, try to convert it to mym with ThemeMii Mod, and then convert it back to csm with the instructions here using the version and region of your Wii Menu.
  • Once you downloaded the theme you want and double-checked you got the right one, open up ThemeMii Mod.
Section II – Building the Theme
  1. A dialog box will pop up telling you to only install themes if you have brick protection. If you installed Priiloader and/or BootMii (see the warning at the start of this guide), press OK.
  2. Go to Tools > Download Base App > Version of your Wii Menu > Region of your Wii Menu
  3. A dialog box will pop up asking you to enter in a value to create a key. Enter in what it says, it will create a key that will be used to decrypt the Wii Menu contents from Nintendo’s servers.
  4. A file selection box will ask you where to save the .app file (that is the Wii Menu content file it downloaded). Save it to the directory where ThemeMii is in.
  5. Go to Options > Standard System Menu > Version of your Wii Menu > Region of your Wii Menu
  6. Go to File > Open , then browse for where your .mym file is.
  7. Press Create csm , then browse for a directory you want to save the theme in. Give it a moment to build the theme.
  8. A dialog box will pop up hopefully saying it built the theme correctly, and it will ask you if you want to save the .mym. Press No .
Section III – Installing the Theme
  1. Extract MyMenuify Mod and put it in the apps folder on your SD card or USB drive.
  2. Put the .csm file you saved in a folder called modthemes on your SD card or USB drive.
  3. Insert your SD card or USB drive into your Wii.
  4. Launch MyMenuify Mod from the Homebrew Channel.
  5. After an introduction message, it will ask you what IOS you want to use in the app. If you have installed cIOS, use IOS249 , or else use IOS58 . If the former gives an Exception DSI occurred! error, press Reset on the Wii console, launch it again, then try IOS250 .
  6. Highlight the theme you want to install, then press A. Give it a moment to install the theme, then press any button to go to the Wii Menu. Hopefully, the theme installed correctly.

If you get an error saying “The system files are corrupted” or a black screen, don’t panic as long as you installed Priiloader. Turn off your Wii, then hold down the RESET button down and turn on your Wii. You should be able to boot into the Priiloader menu, where you have some options to fix your Wii Menu. One of the options is to launch the Homebrew Channel, where you can launch MyMenuify Mod and press a button to download and install the original Wii Menu theme.

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This is a quick start guide on how to use WiiFlow, a USB loader for the Wii that’s used to play games from a USB drive or SD card.

What you need

  • A Wii
  • A USB drive and/or SD card

Make sure you have installed cIOS before following this!

We recommend you copy games over with Wii Backup Manager if you use Windows, Witgui if you use macOS, or Wii Backup Fusion for Windows, macOS, and Linux.

If you want to play games that are in NKit format, use this program to convert them to ISO first. You can also use a development build of Dolphin, right click on a game, and use “Convert File” to convert it.

If you are not copying games using Wii Backup Manager, Witgui, or Wii Backup Fusion, make a folder on the root of the USB drive or SD card named “wbfs” and put the games in there.

To play games, we recommend using an external hard drive for your Wii. Flash drives should be usable too, but external hard drives are recommended as they are more reliable, and can store more games.

Unlike USB Loader GX, WiiFlow can load games of an SD card.

Make sure your USB drive and/or SD card is formatted as FAT32 or NTFS. Do not format it as other types such as extFS or WBFS, the latter is an old format of storing Wii games.

Instructions

Downloading
  1. Extract WiiFlow and put the apps and WiiFlow folders on your USB drive or SD card.
  2. Insert your USB drive, and SD card if you’re using one, into your Wii and launch WiiFlow from the Homebrew Channel.
Getting Started

This is not a full comprehensive guide on using WiiFlow. This is intended to help you learn how to use it, by giving you a quick start. You should be able to figure out all the great features of WiiFlow by using it.

  • WiiFlow by default is set to only find games on the SD card. This can be changed by going in to settings, startup settings then turn off “Mount SD Only”.
  • You can toggle between viewing Wii games, GameCube games, Wii Channels, Plugins, Homebrew apps by clicking the button second to last button on the right.
  • You can download game covers by going to “Settings” then “Download Covers and Banners”
User Interface

When WiiFlow detects games, they are displayed in flow view. When you click on a game you are given these options:

  • Star – Adds game to favorites.
  • Bookshelf – Adds the game to 1 of 6 categories of your choosing.
  • Gears – Opens the settings menu for the specific game. Changing settings here will only effect the game you changed the settings for.
  • X – Deletes the game from the USB drive or SD card

When you bring the cursor to the bottom of the screen while in flow view, there are 6 icons:

  • Bookshelf – View the games that are sorted in the categories you chose.
  • Star – View games you favorited.
  • Gears – Opens WiiFlow Settings.
  • Game Type – Toggles between different types of apps/games. The logo changes depending on what game type you have selected.
  • Disc – Loads game that is in disc drive.
  • House – Will open this menu. This menu can also be launched by pressing the home button.

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  • Help Guide – Shows all the controls you can use in WiiFlow.
  • Reload Cache – Press this when WiiFlow is not detecting a new game on the USB drive or SD card.
  • File Explorer – Allows you to boot games/apps from anywhere on your USB drive or SD card.
  • Select Plugins – Allows you to select plugins.
  • Credits – Shows the people who worked on WiiFlow.
  • Shutdown – Allows you to either go into full shutdown, or Standby mode.
  • Exit To – Lets you exit to Wii Menu, HBC, neek2o, Priiloader and Bootmii.
  • Settings – Will open the WiiFlow Settings menu
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This is a quick start guide on how to use USB Loader GX, a popular USB loader for the Wii that’s used to play games from a USB drive.

How to add wii fit credits

What you need

  • A Wii
  • A USB drive

Make sure you have installed cIOS before following this!

We recommend you copy games over with Wii Backup Manager if you use Windows, Witgui if you use macOS, or Wii Backup Fusion for Windows, macOS, and Linux.

If you want to play games that are in NKit format, use this program to convert them to ISO first. You can also use a development build of Dolphin, right click on a game, and use “Convert File” to convert it.

If you are not copying games using Wii Backup Manager, Witgui, or Wii Backup Fusion, make a folder on the root of the USB drive or SD card named “wbfs” and put the games in there.

To play games, we recommend using an external hard drive for your Wii. Flash drives should be usable too, but external hard drives are recommended as they are more reliable, and can store more games.

Make sure your USB drive is formatted as FAT32 or NTFS. Do not format it as other types such as extFS or WBFS, the latter is an old format of storing Wii games.

Instructions

Downloading
  1. Extract USB Loader GX and put it in the apps folder on your USB drive or SD card.
  2. Insert your USB drive, and SD card if you’re using one, into your Wii and launch USB Loader GX from the Homebrew Channel.
Getting Started

There is no “guide” to use the USB Loader GX app. This is intended to help you learn how to use it, by giving you a quick start. You should be able to figure out all the great features of USB Loader GX by using it.

  • If USB Loader GX says “Waiting for HDD…” with a 20 seconds countdown, it’s likely that it can’t find the USB drive. Try to exit out of the app, and then relaunch it after you put the USB drive in the other port of the Wii.
  • You can press the 1 Button on your Wii Remote to open up a dialog to download game covers and artwork from GameTDB. It might take a while to download the game covers and artwork, depending on how many games you have.
  • There are WADs that can open up USB Loader GX if you load it from the Wii Menu. This is called a forwarder WAD. An official forwarder WAD can be found here, and a version for the vWii (Wii U) can be found here.
  • GameCube or “custom” Wii games may or may not have a custom banner that USB Loader GX uses. To enable this, find or write CustomBannersURL = http://banner.rc24.xyz/ in config/GXGlobal.cfg on your USB drive. Then you can use the “Custom Banner” download by pressing the 1 Button on your Wii Remote.
User Interface

There are multiple buttons in the USB Loader GX interface.

Main Menu

These are the functions the buttons found on the top of the main menu do, from left to right:

  • Star – Shows games that you have marked as “favorites”.
  • Search – Lets you search for games by name.
  • Sort – Cycles through sorting methods for games.
  • Platform – Choose to sort games by platform.
  • Category – Sorts games by category.
  • List – Shows games in a list view.
  • Multi-Cover View – Shows games in a multi-cover view.
  • Cover Carousel View – Shows games in a carousel view.
  • Wii Menu View – Shows games in a Wii Menu view.
  • Parental Control – Locks USB Loader GX.
  • Disc – Loads a game via disc.

Pressing any game will allow you to play the game by pressing “Start”.

There are also other buttons:

  • (+) Icon – “Install” a game, i.e. loading it from disc and dumping it.
  • Gears – Settings for USB Loader GX.
  • SD card – Remount the SD card.
  • Homebrew – Load homebrew apps.
  • Wii – Open up the HOME Menu, which can also be accessed by pressing the HOME Button on the Wii Remote.
  • Power Button – Turn off your Wii.

On the middle of the bottom of the screen, you can see how much space is free on your USB drive and how many games you have.

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In 2021, Nintendo Wii is still a popular gaming console because of its unique experience that it provides to consumers. But playing the same games over and over can kill the excitement and you may no longer enjoy gaming. You will be able to choose games from the list and download them right away at no cost.

How do I get a Wii download Ticket?

Turn on the Wii Console and connect it to the internet and select the Wii Shop Channel from the Wii Menu. From the Wii Shop Channel main menu, select Settings and Features. Select Wii Download Ticket.

How do you get free games on Wii?

Downloading Free Homebrew Wii Games to Your Console Remove the SD Card from the Wii. Create a folder Called Apps on the Card. This is where you will place the free downloaded Wii games from the Homebrew channel. Browse the games and software offered by the Homebrew website.

Are Wii Points free?

Every time you register your Wii games and accessories with Club Nintendo, you’ll earn stars that you can exchange for Wii points cards. Although getting points for free is always better than paying for them, it takes a long time to earn enough points through the Club.

Do Wii download tickets still work?

Yes. The ability to re-download WiiWare and Virtual Console games will also stop at some point. We will announce specific details as that time approaches.

Does Wii Shop Channel still work?

In 2019, we will close the Wii Shop Channel used on Wii and Wii U, which has been available since December 2006. Read this article for all the end dates for each service! A portion of the online services offered through the Wii console were discontinued on 28th June 2013.

Can you download Wii games 2020?

The Wii Shop Channel allows you to download Wii Channels, WiiWare titles, Virtual Console games and redeem Nintendo Points, as well as obtaining other downloads (subject to availability). A broadband internet connection is required.

as far as I know, you can’t have a disc based game in seperate channels.

hence, there is the "Disc" channel.

Other channels are added by downloading them.

One thing that pisses me off is the virtual console games get a seperate channel for each game.

Just make a damn VC channel!!

  • Jun 2, 2008
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Jerome36

One thing that pisses me off is the virtual console games get a seperate channel for each game.

Just make a damn VC channel!!

I haven’t downloaded any virtual console games yet, but that’s dissapointing to hear. I would rather they have a VC channel that when loaded will list your current games. Sort of like when you view your titles, on the Games blade, on an Xbox 360.

As far as the original topic is concerned, I never heard anything about adding separate channel for each disk game you have, unless they support it. I guess Wii Fit does, and Mario Kart, but nothing else. At least that’s according to wikipedia.

You can add/download more channels by visiting the Wii Store channel (I can’t remember the exact name, but that might be right). There’s not a whole lot though. There’s the Check Mii Out Channel, Everybody Votes Channel and Internet Channel (which isn’t free). There might be one other one.

  • Jun 3, 2008
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Ripskin

Some new games allow you to install content channels onto your main screen, MK does this and its essentially like putting in the disc and going to the MKW channel (buttom right option) from main menu. I dont believe you can play anything straight from it, but you can launch the game from within it since content textures and things must still be read from the disc itself.

Other games will be doing this and I believe SSBB was one of the first to have the option.

When you setup MKW it asks you if you want to install the channel and if you skipped it go back into the options and do it.

Oher spaces are for things you download from the store, Wiiware, online channel, Everybody Votes, and Virtual Console titles.

How to add wii fit credits

Nintendont is compatible with DIOS MIOS method files, but it is also compatible with ISOs. If you would like to use the DIOS MIOS style files, follow ONLY step 1 in the DIOS MIOS instructions. Otherwise, build an ISO using the ISO Instructions. If you’re using Nintendont anyway, I would personally recommend you use the ISO method, as loading times are much faster (menus load almost instantly on a class 10 SD Card).
Note: There are apparently ways of getting Nintendont working even if your Wii doesn’t have Gamecube controller ports. However, I’ve also heard there is input lag doing it this way because it’s not using native controllers. We don’t go over that particular method, but if you do it that way, your mileage may vary.

What you need before you start:

  • An SD Card or USB Drive with at least 2 GBs of memory (in order to store SD Remix and Nintendont). It also seems that Nintendont needs it to be formatted using FAT32, so if you’re having problems, try formatting.
  • A Wii with Gamecube compatability
  • The homebrew channel installed (see here for instructions)
  • A copy of SD Remix either from Step 1 of the DIOS MIOS method or in ISO built using the ISO Instructions

Step 1: Prepare your game

If you use Step 1 of the DIOS MIOS method, you do not need to do any more preparation.

If you build an ISO, you will need to create a “games” folder in the root of your SD Card or USB drive, if there isn’t one already. You will then need to create another folder inside of that folder that you can call whatever you want. I recommend you use “SD Remix” as the folder name. Inside of that folder, you should put your SD Remix iso there. You will need to rename it “game.iso”. If you followed these instructions to the letter, your SD Remix ISO should now be in (your SD Card or USB Drive):gamesSD Remixgame.iso.

NOTE: If you’re using Windows and you haven’t changed any of the file extension related settings, it’s possible that Windows is hiding your file extensions, including the extension “iso”. The exactly specifics depend on your computer, but if you are having problems, try renaming it to “game” instead of “game.iso”.

Step 2: Install Nintendont

You will need to install Nintendont onto your SD Card or USB drive. You can get the files here: https://github.com/FIX94/Nintendont (go to the “Quick Installation” section).

The installation instructions are on the page, but essentially, you have three files, loader.dol, meta.xml, and icon.png. You need to rename loader.dol to boot.dol. On your SD Card or USB Drive, you need to make sure there is a folder called “apps” (if it isn’t there, create it). In that folder, create a folder called “Nintendont”. Put all three of your files in that new folder.

Step 3: Running SD Remix

Put your SD Card in the Wii or attach your USB Drive. Then go to the Homebrew Channel and start up Nintendont:

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A loading screen should show up that looks like this:

How to add wii fit credits

After a while, it will display this menu:

How to add wii fit credits

Select (with the A button) “SD” if your games are on the SD Card in the Wii’s SD Card slot, or “USB” if they are on your USB Drive connected to your Wii. You will then go to your games list which will look similar to this:

How to add wii fit credits

Navigate to SD Remix and press “A” to start the game.

Nintendont also provides a variety of options as well if you press the “B” button first. It looks like this:

How to add wii fit credits

You’re free to mess with these options if you want. Of particular interest are Force Widescreen and Force Progressive, which will allow you to play SD Remix in widescreen with higher picture quality.

If you followed my previous post on attaching a USB hard drive to your Wii, you now should have the convenience of loading games directly from your hard drive without ever having to worry about swapping discs. Yet having to load the Homebrew channel, then going through to your USB loader can feel cumbersome sometimes. Getting channels to go directly to the games, or the USB Loader is easier than you would think.

You obviously need to have the Homebrew Channel plus a USB loader installed before you can do any of this. If you don’t, follow these steps then come back here once you’re done. Please note that the steps here can and might damage your Wii! I very highly recommend you install BootMii into boot2 and back up your NAND before attempting any of the following steps. Should anything go wrong, you have a backup you can fall back on, otherwise you are continuing at your own risk!

Prerequisite Steps

  • Download and install WAD Manager.
  • Create a “/wad” folder on your SD card (must be on the root of the card!) Any channels that you want to install must be placed here or else the WAD Manager will be unable to find them.

There’s two options from here on out, and you’re welcome to do both. You can just install a usb forwarder channel that will allow you to access your USB Loader from the main menu, or install channels for individual games so that they show up on the main menu.

Installing USB Loader Forwarder Channel

There’s quite a few USB forwarder channels out there, but they all do pretty much the same thing. A USB forwarder channel looks in specific directories for an installed USB loader and tries to run it. The advantage of this is that it makes it simple to upgrade your USB loader without ever having to mess with the forwarder channel, since you can just swap the boot.dol to a newer version.

To make things easier, you can download the one I use: Universal Forwarder Channel by Narolez. This forwarder looks in the following locations for a USB Loader boot.dol:

  • sd:/apps/usbloader_cfg/boot.dol
  • sd:/apps/usbloader/boot.dol
  • usb:/apps/usbloader_cfg/boot.dol
  • usb:/apps/usbloader/boot.dol

Forwarder Installation

  • Copy the .wad file to “sd:/wad”.
  • Load up WAD Manager in homebrew, find your wad, and choose to install.

You should now have the channel correctly installed, and should be able to access your USB loader directly from the main menu! If at any time you need to uninstall the channel from your Wii, you can follow the installation steps above, choose the same wad file, then choose to uninstall and the channel will be removed from your system.

Installing Channels for Individual Games

Installing games already on your USB hard drive is pretty simple, just be sure you already have the games loaded onto you hard drive via USB Loader. You also need to download CRAP in order to assist with the channel creation.

Channel Installation Steps

  • Plug in your usb hard drive to your computer.
  • Launch CRAP.
  • Select the drive letter of your USB hard drive, i.e. J:.
  • Choose the game which you wish to create a channel for.
  • Select a loader. Most of the time you should be fine with using USB Loader 1.6, but you may need to use a different loader depending on what options you want to apply to the channel.
  • Click on “create channel”
  • Your wad will be saved in the WAD directory of your CRAP folder, so you will need to copy/move this wad to your USB hard drive.
  • Plug your USB hard drive back into your Wii, load up WAD manager via homebrew, find the wad you just created and install it.
  • If at any time you need to uninstall this channel, simply load up the WAD manager, find your wad, and select “uninstall” instead of install.

You should now have a channel listed on your main menu for your game, and you can repeat the above steps for any additional games you wish to install.

There may be an occasional issue with a couple of games depending on what version of cIOS38 your are currently running. cIOS38 rev. 14 unfortunately breaks dual-layed disc compatibility, so games such as Smash Bros. Brawl or Metroid Prime Trilogy will not work in USB Loader. Wii Sports Resort will not work via the channel method if you >13 installed, so you may want to pick and choose what cIOS38 you are running based on what games you want to install as channels.

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I have done all of this to the exact instructions and when i go to boot the game it says unable to load game. I tried installing rev13 but it made it impossible to even use cnfg usbloader so i reinstalled rev14 and back to the same problem. The game will show up in the wii menu after installing the wad but when i click on it it says Unable to load game. I tried four different games, guitar hero 5, guitar hero metallica, wiiplay and wiisports. I have a feeling its not the games. Any advice? Im on 4.2u modified and all that jazz. Thanks

First of all, check to be sure you’re using the correct dol file (usbloader ios249.dol) when you’re creating the channel. If that still doesn’t work, try downloading this wad (WiiSports) to see if it works.

If running the WiiSports channel works, it may be an issue with YAULCT. I’ve actually switched to a different channel creator and will probably modify this tutorial at some point to use it instead. Crap has more options that YAULCT and seems to be updated more frequently. If you use that and it’s successful, let me know and I’ll be sure to update this sooner.

The Wii Shop doesn’t accept money or credit cards, so you’ll need to buy Wii points first before you can buy any downloads. Wii points are the currency for buying games and other software from the Wii Shop. Instead of a price, everything in the Shop has a points value.

You can buy points directly through your console in the Wii Shop, or you can buy a Wii points card from a retailer.

Here’s a quick guide on how to buy Wii points directly from the Wii Shop as well as tips for buying a Wii points card. There are pros and cons to both ways of buying points, so have a read and buy your points the way that suits you best.

I’ll also tell you how to activate your points so they’re ready to go shopping.

    To buy Wii points directly from the Wii Shop, simply go to the Wii Shop channel on your console. In the Wii Shop channel click on the link that says “Start Shopping”. From there choose “Add Wii Points”, and then click on “Buy Wii Points with a Credit Card”.

The points card has an activation code hidden behind a silver panel on the back of the card. When you receive your points card, simply scratch off this silver panel with a coin to reveal the code. You’ll need to enter this code in the Wii Shop to activate your points.

To activate the points on your Wii points card, go to the Wii Shop channel and click the link that says “Start Shopping”. From there choose “Add Wii Points”, and then click on “Redeem Wii Points Card”. Enter the number on the back of your card and your points will be added to your account immediately.

You can buy a Wii points card at any of the best online retailers, including Amazon, Best Buy, Play.com and Game. The card is usually delivered in a couple of days, so it’s a good way to buy points if you’re not in a hurry or you’re buying the points as a gift.

Points cards also make a great gift for someone who loves their Wii. It’s like giving them a gift voucher for the Wii Shop.

A good tip is to shop around for your points card. Retailers often sell Wii points cards at lower prices to try to get your business. This means you get your games and other downloads from the Wii Shop at a discount because the less you pay for your points, the cheaper your games are.

Before you go off and buy your points, here is some important info…

    Points are region specific so you can’t buy a points card in the US and use it in Europe or Japan. The place you buy your points is the place you have to use them.

The points system can be a bit more of a hassle than simply buying downloads on a credit card. On the positive side though, you can buy Wii points and store them, making it really quick and easy to buy games and other software in a snap, without having to enter credit card and address details every time.

  1. From the main Wii Menu, select the Mii Channel with your Wii Remote and select “Start”.

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A Mii (ミー Mī) is a digital avatar used in the Nintendo Wii gaming console. They allow users to capture a likeness (or a caricature) of themselves and others. After creating one using the Wii’s Mii Channel, they can be used as characters in Mii-oriented games such as Wii Sports, Wii Sports Resort, Wii Fit, Wii Fit Plus, Wii Play, Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games, Mario Kart Wii and other titles.

Wii consoles can store up to 100 Miis, up to 10 of which can be favorites. The Wii Remote itself can hold up to 10 Miis on its internal memory, which can later be transferred to another Wii console. However, they can only be edited on the console on which they were created. In addition, Miis can also be exchanged via the WiiConnect24 service, whereby allowing a player’s Miis to “mingle” will enable such Miis to appear on other people’s Wii consoles.

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Emulation Information

DS Connection Support

While Dolphin does emulate the IOS modules for broadcasting and connecting to the Nintendo DS, there is no infrastructure to actually connect to any emulator or hardware unit. The Mii Channel supports transferring Miis to certain DS games, although this feature is hidden by default (it can be activated by pressing A , then B , then 1 , and then holding 2 . (Source)

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Transfer Miis

Transferring Miis works only with real Wii Remotes. The time it takes to read/write the Miis on the Wii Remote can greatly vary depending of the Bluetooth adapter and stack used.

Problems

Corrupted Mii Faces

The Mii Faces will miss some of their properties if Texture Cache Accuracy is not set to Safe. To fix, set it to Safe. Setting it to Medium also works, but the channel has to be reset once after it has started. Fixed by 5.0-10547

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White Floor

The floor where the Miis walk is completely white. Disable Fast Depth Calculation to fix this. This is no longer needed. Works also with Fast Depth Calculation enabled.

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Configuration

This channel does not need non-default settings to run properly.

Version Compatibility

The graph below charts the compatibility with Mii Channel since Dolphin’s 2.0 release, listing revisions only where a compatibility change occurred.