With homebrew apps, you can do things you can't normally do on a Wii such as playing unlicensed games or allowing your Wii to support DVD playback.

vWii Modding - Wii U Hacks Guide Go through the prompts on screen to install the Homebrew Channel to vWii; Go through the prompts to get back to vWii; If the exploit was successful, you will see the Homebrew Channel on the vWii Menu; Return to the system menu, then power off your Wii U; Launch the Homebrew Launcher with the method used earlier in this section; Launch wuphax The Homebrew Channel

How to Add apps to the Homebrew channel for Nintendo Wii 30 Nov 2010 For this tutorial to work, you will need the Homebrew channel already loaded onto your Wii, an SD card (preferably one with more than 64 MB  Can't run apps from Homebrew Channel using USB HDD. : WiiHacks

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The Homebrew Channel The Homebrew Channel is a channel for launching Wii homebrew applications. It will list homebrew applications stored and organised on an SD card or USB  Can I load from USB in Homebrew Channel? | AfterDawn Discussion Forums

See Homebrew Channel for instructions on how to use it, and see 3 Ripping Discs Using USB Loader GX; 4 Exporting Wii Channels Wiis sold after late 2011 and Wii Us lack the GameCube controller and memory card ports, and can make  Tutorial - [Wii] How to Play Wii and GameCube Games from a USB

Launch USB Loader GX from the Homebrew Channel with the USB Hard Drive attached as specified in Req 3 of the section above. This will set up the Hard Drive to be used by USB Loader GX. Step 2. You will most likely need to perform some setup to get the Loader to view games correctly. To do this, click the fourth icon in the control strip near How to Install the Homebrew Channel on a Nintendo Wii the Easy (Re)introducing the Homebrew Channel. The Homebrew Channel (HBC) remains one the best and well-known console hacks in recent memory. It’s without a doubt a must-have feature. If you have an old “unBrewed” Wii then there’s no time like the present to change that. After all, the warranty on your Wii is long expired, and you’re probably