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 Jul 17, 2008 - 03:52 PM - by Michael
* Wii custom firmware

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The Wii is getting another step from homebrewers... a set of custom firmware.

This one only alters one module, to let homebrew software load off of burned DVDs.

From the readme:

- This is a Custom IOS, an IOS modified to add some new features
not available in the official IOS.

This IOS has been made to be used ONLY with homebrew software.

The Custom IOS installs as IOS249 and it does not modify any other
IOS so it is secure to install.

It'll be interesting to see where Wii custom firmware goes from here.
 

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