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This method works well for me too. However, SD cards are a pain: Windows has issues with any device that has a problem on the first sector and because these devices literally wear out that is the first to go; Laptops get dust in these slots as do card readers because of static; Many OSes don't link random USB devices either (I mean they should, but all have quirks). The best bet is to buy a.

Ok, by now you could successfully have accomplished Step 1 and Step 2, and now it’s time to set a launcher of your choice.

The launcher (or loader) is your “jukebox” of backup copies of Wii games (vWii, if you prefer), through which you will trigger or incorporate a nice range of features, such as: changing from PAL to NTSC, change the aspect ratio of 4:3 to 16:9, change the default language of the game (if available), setting a parental lock (for games with violence or adult content) – so it’s worth to compare and see which is the one that best suits your needs.

There are many out there, but there’s one that stands out for its good compatibility, beautiful presentation and a list of very interesting features: we’re talking about the WiiFlow. Honestly, I most identified myself and use it daily.

The WiiFlow can be found here on their downloads page – the most current version is 4.2.1

Here’s a tip: Avoid the .wad and use the .dol.

The boot archive in WiiFlow is a “.dol” type – It means that you will trigger it from the homebrew channel.

The “.wad” file types are able to create “channels” right from the opening of your vWii screen – but it is risky! Not all .wad is formatted for vWii and yes, they can “brick” your Wii – partially compromising your Wii U.

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I’ve walked around seeing some tutorials that teach how to apply WADs on Wii U, to get to WiiFlow as soon as channels are shown on your vWii mode. I also saw that there are ways to create WADs specially made for vWii … in all cases, I’m not 100% sure to pass on the method and insert in my tutorial.

Installing your WiiFlow couldn’t be easier!

  1. Download the file (v 4.2.1)
  2. Extract it to the root of your SD card – which brings us the following structure: X:appswiiflowboot.dol (among some other files)
  3. Start the homebrew channel, click the WiiFlow icon and then ‘Load

In terms of softmodding, you’ve just completed the procedure. Congratulations!

The homebrew channel is operational, the loader is working … from now on is up to you. I intend to make some other pages, like another tutorial with the basic usage of the Wii Backup Manager (for those unfamiliar with the tool), but it ‘s likely that many people already know how it works.

Cleaning up the mess:

To avoid the risk of accidents, I recommend that you delete from your SD card all appsthat will no longer be necessary for the operation of unlocking your Nintendo Wii U. (As a precaution, make additional copies of your backups – NAND, keys, etc.)

My appsfolder got really “small”, after all discarded, there were only two subfolders of WiiFlow and Media Player – mandatory: the launcher folder (in my case, wiiflow).

This is the easiest way to make a Neek2o Nand for your favorite USB loaders especially for WiiFlow 4.1+ or Postloader 4+

Here’s a premade Emunand:


You’ll also need:

WiiXplorer rev241:
Showmiiwads v1.4:

Download Wiiflow 4.3 Emulator

Region Free Hacks, Postloader and Wiiflow Forwarder and Hidden Channel v2 are already installed.

Premade Emunand Setup:
1. Extract Fresh_Emunand_4.3(E)_or(U)_Uneek_DI_rev95.7z to get “SD_Files” and “USB_Files” folders
2. SD Files are optional to be used with bootmii IOS
3. Copy the content of “USB_Files” i.e. “Sneek” and “Nands” folders to the root of a First active Fat32 32k cluster formatted USB HDD (after running a scandisk to make sure it’s free of errors)
4. Make sure you have Wiixplorer rev241 in your “apps” folder on SD or USB
5. Connect your HDD to the Wii and start WiiXplorer from the Homebrew channel
6. Click on the top left icon and select “nand” as source

Press the “+” button on the “Shared2” folder then select “Copy

Click the source icon again and select USB1 (or whatever partition you are using as Fat32) and go to you nandspln2o folder
click “+” then select “Paste” the files will get copied from your nand to the emunand folder

shared2″ folder has your Wii settings, Wiimote info, Network info, this will you save you the time to setup everything from scratch.
P.S. In case you forgot to copy the “shared2” folder and finished the first boot setup of the Emunand and your wiimotes and internet connection work there is no need to do this, but as said this is much faster
8. Your Emunand is ready you can use it with Neek2o Channel, WiiFlow and Postloader for Neek2o mode and with all loaders for savegame Emulation
9. Use showmiiwads to fill the new nand with games and stuff
To do so open Showmiiwads and select the nand backup path under options: and select your USB:nandspln2o folder of course the HDD has to be connected to the PC first.

then open the folder containing your WADS i.e. forwarders and WW games (Click File >> open folder) – your wads will become listed if not click “View” then >>> “Showmiiwads”
Right click the ones you wanna copy to the emunand and select “extract to nand”
You can select nand view to check the installed channels in case you want to delete games (via right click also)
10. Make sure you write the correct path in wiiflow.ini, it should look like this:

Congrats you have a working neek2o nand with all your games

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