Updating wii homebrew forces dating
The company has announced that they will soon be releasing version 4.3 of the Wii Menu, which will be primarily design to remove homebrew channels from the system.
“Because unauthorized channels or firmware may impair game play or the Wii console, updating to Wii Menu version 4.3 will check for and automatically remove such unauthorized files,” Nintendo wrote in a message that was posted on their support site.
Anyhow, here's what I had to do to update my Wii from 3.2U to 4.1U.
Disclaimer: Any actions you perform via this tutorial are performed at your own risk.
Nothing has to be changed in the guide, no steps have to be added or removed.
I have not tried it with any other region Wii like 3.2E or 3.2J, but from what I gather, it *should* work. If you do proceed, make sure you do a new backup of your Wii's NAND with Boot Mii. This proceedure updated my Wii to 4.1U and also update the Mii Channel, Photo Channel and Shopping Channel.This is the ONLY way to restore your Wii to working condition just incase something happens during the upgrade. What I downloaded to get this working: After installing the Hermes' IOS222/223, Guitar Hero 5 booted up fine!No company is particularly happy about piracy of their software, and that is doubly true when it comes to consoles.Homebrew is a term frequently applied to video games or other software produced by consumers to target proprietary hardware platforms (usually with hardware restrictions) not typically user-programmable or that use proprietary storage methods.This can include games developed with official development kits, such as Net Yaroze, Linux for Play Station 2 or Microsoft XNA. In Japan, these games are usually called "Dōjin soft".