I have a MAC, so that means I do have to have MAC filtering on, right? Also, on "basic wireless settings" can I change the channel there? Because a lot of people have told me that I have to change the channel on my router.
A thousand internets to whoever can help me out with this one:
If you go into your Wii's options and go into the storage section under the channels. Now, you'll notice there's an option for channels stored on the SD card. Obviously there's a way to put your own content on your Wii as a channel.
Anyone know if this is true? If so, how is it done? And, I know this is gonna get some negative attention, but is there a way to load roms like this? Obviously the Wii supports some form of rom format, as shown by the VC games, and I'd imagine that the roms downloaded through VC are the same format as a plain rom rip that any emulator would handle.
The Wii Channel thingie on the SD card is basically a backup. Once you download a game off of the VC, you can back it up onto the SD card. for safe keeping. As far as I know, it's only to backup the games you get from the VC. However, if you delete a game off of your Wii (but have it backed up on the SD card) you have to copy the game back to your Wii from the SD card to play the game. Same with saved games
Well, I'm not so much interested in whether or not I can put not-so-legal material on my Wii (though I honestly wouldn't mind loading roms onto it and saving $10/game), but I'm curious as to what a homebrew developer can do with the SD channel options.
The Mii parade is totally random. It's basically when your Mii goes and mingles. It travels to another console and it appears in the Mii parade. There is no way to control how many Miis come to your console and vice versa, unless you disable the option for your Miis to mingle.
I believe that every time you make a new Mii and connect to WiiConnect24 at any time, any people on your friends who sign on while you're signed on will send their Miis to you, and yours to them and vice-versa, backwards, in reverse.
You have to send your Mii to ppl on your friend's list. And they have to send them to you. That is the only way to control which Mii goes to which console. Otherwise, your Mii could end up on some commie's console in Communist Russia!
Nope. Any Mii can go to any console anywhere in the world!
To "steal" a Mii, simply press A and B at the same time when your pointer is overtop of the Mii's head. The Mii will start to flail as you crush their head in your virtual grip. Drag the Mii over to "Copy to Plaza" and then presto! you'll steal the Mii