Wiiload

Wiiload


This application is for a modified Wii. Read more about modifying your Wii at http://please.hackmii.com or http://wiibrew.org. Specifically, those running the Homebrew Channel. (http://hbc.hackmii.com). DO NOT DOWNLOAD THIS APPLICATION IF YOU DO NOT UNDERSTAND WHAT IT DOES.

EDIT: I've been investigating the errors reported in the reviews, and they appear to only happen when the Wii is not currently running the Homebrew Channel (or the IP is for something that is not a Wii). If this is not true, send a more detailed error report.

I've included more detailed instructions down below if there is confusion.

PLEASE EMAIL ME (email address if below) IF YOU CANNOT GET THIS WORKING. None of the bug reports thus far have been very useful, and I cannot directly contact anybody who leaves reviews. I currently believe that this application works on all devices (tested on eclair, froyo, various gingerbread, honeycomb, and ice cream sandwich) with wifi networks and a wii that is running the homebrew channel.

To use this app:
0) Make sure phone and Wii are on the same network (connected to same router)
1) Launch Homebrew Channel on Wii, wait for it to load
2) Press HOME on Wii remote (Start on GC controller)
3) Enter IP from the upper left corner off the Wii's screen into the app
4) Press HOME/Start again to get out of the pause menu
5) Select file on app and tap "Send to Wii"

Wiiload is a method of loading .dol and .elf files over the network. It can also be used to install homebrew applications directly onto your SD card. If the icon in the very bottom right of the Homebrew Channel is lit up, it should work for you.
First download the package, which includes all version of Wiiload. Then determine your Wii's IP address by pressing the home button on the Wiimote at the Homebrew Channel's main screen. After that, follow the instructions for your operating system.

The intent of this app is to bring the convenience of the Wiiload application for the PC to Android, allowing for quick installation and running of homebrew code without whipping out the compy. It uses a Java implementation of Wiiload called JWiiload which is available at http://code.google.com/p/jwiiload.

There's an ad, but it can be disabled by entering "I love you" in the "Make New Folder" dialog in the file browser. :) Happy hacking. (There is currently a glitch that may crash the app if you do this, it will be resolved in the next update. The crashing will only happen once, and the ad will still toggle.)

Glitches involving broken pipes can be fixed by pressing scan, will be addressed further in next update as well.

Known crashes:
The "I love you bug" - temporary, will be fixed
Crashes when you try to send a file to something that is not a Wii - will show an error message next update

Recent changes:
Initial launch! Report any and all errors please :)
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3.7
User ratings
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Installs
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File size
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About Wiiload
This application is for a modified Wii. Read more about modifying your Wii at http://please.hackmii.com or http://wiibrew.org. Specifically, those running the Homebrew Channel. (http://hbc.hackmii.com). DO NOT DOWNLOAD THIS APPLICATION IF YOU DO NOT UNDERSTAND WHAT IT DOES.

EDIT: I've been investigating the errors reported in the reviews, and they appear to only happen when the Wii is not currently running the Homebrew Channel (or the IP is for something that is not a Wii). If this is not true, send a more detailed error report.

I've included more detailed instructions down below if there is confusion.

PLEASE EMAIL ME (email address if below) IF YOU CANNOT GET THIS WORKING. None of the bug reports thus far have been very useful, and I cannot directly contact anybody who leaves reviews. I currently believe that this application works on all devices (tested on eclair, froyo, various gingerbread, honeycomb, and ice cream sandwich) with wifi networks and a wii that is running the homebrew channel.

To use this app:
0) Make sure phone and Wii are on the same network (connected to same router)
1) Launch Homebrew Channel on Wii, wait for it to load
2) Press HOME on Wii remote (Start on GC controller)
3) Enter IP from the upper left corner off the Wii's screen into the app
4) Press HOME/Start again to get out of the pause menu
5) Select file on app and tap "Send to Wii"

Wiiload is a method of loading .dol and .elf files over the network. It can also be used to install homebrew applications directly onto your SD card. If the icon in the very bottom right of the Homebrew Channel is lit up, it should work for you.
First download the package, which includes all version of Wiiload. Then determine your Wii's IP address by pressing the home button on the Wiimote at the Homebrew Channel's main screen. After that, follow the instructions for your operating system.

The intent of this app is to bring the convenience of the Wiiload application for the PC to Android, allowing for quick installation and running of homebrew code without whipping out the compy. It uses a Java implementation of Wiiload called JWiiload which is available at http://code.google.com/p/jwiiload.

There's an ad, but it can be disabled by entering "I love you" in the "Make New Folder" dialog in the file browser. :) Happy hacking. (There is currently a glitch that may crash the app if you do this, it will be resolved in the next update. The crashing will only happen once, and the ad will still toggle.)

Glitches involving broken pipes can be fixed by pressing scan, will be addressed further in next update as well.

Known crashes:
The "I love you bug" - temporary, will be fixed
Crashes when you try to send a file to something that is not a Wii - will show an error message next update

Recent changes:
Initial launch! Report any and all errors please :)

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A Google User
Nov 17, 2014
Doesn't work at all, needs update ASAP
A Google User
Aug 23, 2014
Works as it should The app worked fine for me, no problems at all.
A Google User
Jul 28, 2014
Homebrew How do u get homebrew on the Wii?
A Google User
Jul 18, 2014
Ran without crashing... Good so far, i will try with HBC 1.1.2 (LULZ) tomorrow and re-rate. Also will try usb loader like the original wiiload
A Google User
Apr 13, 2014
On mines it says and error on my HTC inspire it worked the first time now its a error all the time if I try to send it to my wii