lunes, 9 de agosto de 2010

HackMii Installer v0.7b

El Team Twiizers publicó hace unos días la versión 0.7b de HackMii, la aplicación homebrew que instala en Wii BootMii y The Homebrew Channel.

Ha pasado casi un año desde la versión 0.6, por lo que, como no podía ser menos, la lista de cambios y mejores es bastante notable, corrección de bugs a parte.

HackMii Installer (v0.7):

* New exploit to enable (un-) installation of all components on fully updated Wiis (up to, and including System Menu v4.3).
* Proper support for all regions, including KOR.
* General overhaul: the installer now requires BootMii/IOS to function. It will automatically be installed upon startup – either if BootMii/IOS is not installed or if it is older than the version this release comes with.
* DVDX died a horrible death. Rumor has it that someone dropped a snapple bottle on its head.
* Additional installer binary bootmini.elf, see the included README.txt for more infos.

BootMii beta 5 (v1.2):

* Compatible with more SD cards.
* New font, borrowed from the deceased Twilight Hack.
* The button combination when restoring a NAND backup with only BootMii/IOS was impossible to perform with some pads. It has been changed to the Konami Code.

The Homebrew Channel (v1.0.7):

* New title id to circumvent its deletion by System Menu v4.3.
* New look from our favorite pixel artist drmr.
* Both views now show five rows of application entries.
* On-NAND settings.
The selected device, sort order, view and application are saved. Settings are restored when reentering HBC.
The settings can be deleted via the System Menu’s Data Management.
* HBC now has the HW_AHBPROT flags set for direct hardware access, thus replacing DVDX.
* Ability to not reload IOS when launching an application.
This effectively means that loaded applications inherit the title id, gaining direct hardware access via HW_AHBPROT.
To use this feature, add to the node in your meta.xml file.
wiiloaded binaries automatically gain direct hardware access.
libogc SVN (starting with r4166) has been extended for this feature. DI_Init() will detect if an application has been launched this way, and DVD access should just work without any changes to your code.
* USB access is more stable, thanks to tueidj
* Fixed the retry mechanism for the network initialization.
* Fixed some rare hangs upon launch and exit (Hopefully all of them).
* A little surprise, to be announced soon. Refrain from bugging us about it, you’ll k

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