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If you want to watch Adobe Flash videos (such as You Tube clips) on your Nintendo Wii, you might find some difficulty in updating your Flash player.
This video shows you how to properly update the software, both for your Wii in general and Adobe Flash in specific, so that you can watch as much Flash media on your Wii as you care to find!
Note: This IOS number is not the one used to specify which feature you will have access, it's only the one used at the launch of the application in order to find the setting files.
will later allow you to specify a different IOS slot if you want to use different features (they will be detailed in other pages of this guides).
If you want to install a channel, you need another homebrew application: A WAD Manager.
The installation can be done by a program on your computer (Windows only). The installer has the following additional options: - Allows you to pre-install language files (note: you can still do this easily in the loader), - Download the latest Full Channel of USB Loader GX (note: you will need a WAD manager to be able to install on your Wii), - Delete existing game covers Note: The Automatic Installer does not install the Forwarder Channel.
The SD card is the first device accessed, it will load faster if you place the installation folder on your SD/SDHC card.
Note: Keeping a FAT32 partition on your SD and/or USB is a good idea if you want to exploit all features of 's NAND emulation feature and DIOS MIOS (Lite) require a FAT32 partition format.
When you launch the loader it starts by loading a IOS capable or accessing hardwares (such as SD or USB). Now that is running and has access to SD card or USB device, it can load your User's Settings to read your preferences and see which IOS you really want to use.
If you want to use the IOS in slot 249 and you are already using will need to change it and reload the one you specified in the User's Settings before continuing the loading process.
This includes homebrew tools, applications, games, and emulators.