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Super Sex Bros. Brawl

Thu, 07 Feb 2013 07:18:43

KeiroStarr

Ever wanted to bring some nudity to your gaming console? Well, today I bring you some nude mods for the Wii game "Super Smash Bros. Brawl." You're probably wondering... how does one mod a Wii game? Well, if you have time to kill, then click the spoiler button and read the enclosed info. If you don't have any time to kill, well I'm sure you can find a good video tutorial on Youtube. [spoiler:3tqc8a0u]Hi! If you're brand new to Brawl hacking (or Wii hacking in general), then this is the guide for you. You've probably seen some of the cool hacks around the Internet, and were wondering how you could use them on your Wii. This guide will show you everything, from how to load Homebrew all the way to creating or editing hacks yourself. From start to finish, it should probably take about 30-60 minutes to set everything up. If you have any problems, go ahead and post in the help forum. In order to make the tutorial a little easier to read, I've enclosed a lot of the reference material in spoilers. Click on the "Show Spoiler" button to see these lists. *Note* There's always a very, very small chance you may brick your Wii. (In other words, break it beyond repair.) This has never happened to me or anyone that I know. Follow the instructions in this tutorial carefully, and nothing should go wrong. However, if something like that happens, neither I nor anyone who helped in creating the tools in this tutorial will be held responsible. If you have any doubts about running hacks on your Wii, don't do it. 1. Popular Homebrew Loading Options In order to use Brawl hacks such as textures, models hacks, or PSAs, you first have to have some method of loading Homebrew. All of these methods require an SD Card. To see if your SD Card is compatible, check here: http://wiibrew.org/wiki/SD/SDHC_Card_Co ... lity_Tests. If you already have Homebrew installed, skip to #2. *Note* If your Wii has been updated to version 4.3, one of the methods below WILL NOT WORK. In order to check what System Menu you are on, go to Options > Wii Settings and check in the top right corner of the screen. It should say "Ver. _._U", "Ver. _._E", or "Ver. _._J", depending on which region you are in. A. Homebrew Channel The Homebrew Channel (HBC) is the most popular way to load Homebrew. It's a channel that you can install to your Wii. (Unlike other methods, you don't have to run this each time you want to load Homebrew. Once you run it, it's installed on your Wii until you uninstall it. You can uninstall it like any other channel on your Wii.) This is the recommended method for most people to use. 1. Go to this site: http://bootmii.org/download/ and download the latest version of the HackMii Installer. The latest version of HackMii (0.7) WILL WORK with Wii System Menu 4.3. 2. Extract it to your computer using a program like WinRAR (http://www.rarlab.com/download.htm). 3. Back up all of the data on your SD Card to your computer by cutting and pasting all of the files to somewhere on your computer. 4. Format your SD Card using the instructions below. Quote from: WiiBrew  Windows    1. Open up My Computer.    2. Right-click on the drive that contains the SD card and select Format....    3. Under File system make sure you select FAT.    4. Click "Start" and let the process finalize.    5. After the formatting is finished proceed to the next step. Mac OS    1. Open up Disk Utility    2. Find your SD card in the navigation.    3. Go to the Erase tab.    4. Change the Volume Format to MS-DOS (FAT).    5. Click "Erase" and let the process finalize.    6. After the formatting is finished proceed to the next step. Linux    1. Open up a terminal.    2. Execute the command "mkfs.vfat /dev/<location of your SD card>".    3. Caution not to reformat your hard disk. Think hard before formatting /dev/sda1, for example.    4. After the formatting is finished proceed to the next step. 5A. If you are on System Menu 4.3, see step 5B. If you are on Wii System Menu 3.0 - 4.2, go to http://bannerbomb.qoid.us/ and download the version of Bannerbomb for your System Menu. Extract it to your computer. 5B. If you are System Menu 4.3, use Smash Stack instead. Download this file: http://wiibrew.org/w/images/4/4e/Smashstack.zip and extract it to your computer. Move ALL of your custom stages from Brawl onto your SD Card and then from there, back them up to your computer. 6. Copy the "private" folder from whichever tool you used and put it on the root of your blank SD Card. (Ex. X:\private, where X is the letter of the drive your SD Card uses. 7. Copy the "boot.elf" file from your HackMii installer folder and put it on the root of your SD Card. 8. Your SD Card should look like this (Image from WiiBrew): . 9. Turn on your Wii, but don't put your SD Card in yet. 10A. If you used BannerBomb and you are on System Menu 3.0 - 4.1, go to Options > Data Management > Wii > Channels > SD Card. If you are on 4.2, go to the SD Card menu from the Wii menu. Put in your SD Card and select "Yes" when a pop up appears asking to load boot.dol/elf. 10B. Put your SD Card into the Wii, launch Brawl through the Disc Channel, and go to the Stage Builder. 11. When the HackMii installer shows you what can/can’t be installed, hit continue. Go to Homebrew Channel > Install the Homebrew Channel. Hit “Yes.” 12. You can install DVDX and BootMii if you want, but those are optional and not needed for Brawl hacking. 13. Exit the HackMii Installer, take out your SD Card, and delete everything off of your SD Card. (You don't need any of that stuff anymore.) 14. Create a new folder on your SD Card called "apps". 15. Place the folder(s) for the Homebrew app(s) you want to run inside of that folder. 16. Make sure that the .dol or .elf file for the Homebrew you want to run is named "boot.dol" or "boot.elf". B. BannerBomb This method only works with System Menu 3.0 - 4.2. You must load BannerBomb every time you want to load hacks. However, this does not install anything on your Wii. 1. Go to http://bannerbomb.qoid.us/ and download the file for your System Menu. 2. Extract it to your computer using a program like WinRAR (http://www.rarlab.com/download.htm). 3. Format your SD Card using the instructions above. 4. Copy the private folder and move it to the root of your blank SD Card. 5. Put the boot.dol/.elf that you want to run on the root of your SD Card. 6. Your SD Card should look like the picture above. 7. If you are on System Menu 3.0 - 4.1, go to Options > Data Management > Wii > Channels > SD Card. If you are on 4.2, go to the SD Card menu from the Wii menu. Put in your SD Card and select "Yes" when a pop up appears asking to load boot.dol/elf. C. Smash Stack This method WILL work with ANY System Menu, including 4.3. Like BannerBomb, you will have to run this every time you want to load Homebrew. It does not install anything on your Wii. You will need the Brawl disc for this, but you probably already have it if you want to use Brawl hacks. 1. Download Smash Stack from here: http://wiibrew.org/w/images/4/4e/Smashstack.zip. 2. Extract it to your computer using a program like WinRAR (http://www.rarlab.com/download.htm). 3. Format your SD Card using the instructions above. 4. Move ALL of the custom stages from Brawl onto your SD Card and then back them up onto your computer. 5. Copy the "private" folder from the Smash Stack folder and put it on the root of your blank SD Card. 6. Put the boot.dol/.elf that you want to run on the root of your SD Card. 7. Your SD Card should look like the picture above. 8. Put the SD Card in your Wii, load Brawl though the Disc Channel, and go to the Stage Builder. 2. Homebrew Applications Once you have some form of Homebrew loading set up, you'll need some Homebrew apps to use. The Homebrew listed below are some of the most useful ones for Brawl hacking. A. Gecko OS This will allow you to load codes for most any Wii game. It is definitely needed if you plan on using the File Patch Code, a popular method of loading Brawl hacks. You can either use this or Riivolution to load files. 1. Download Gecko OS here: http://wiird.l0nk.org/projectfiles/Gecko1931.zip. 2. Extract the file to your computer. 3. Go to Gecko1931 > Gecko1931 > HBC > Gecko1931. 4A. If you are using the Homebrew Channel, copy the last "Gecko1931" folder and paste it into your "apps" folder. 4B. If you are using any other method, copy the "boot.elf" file out of the "Gecko1931" folder and paste it into the root of your SD Card. 5. Create a folder on the root of your SD Card called "codes". 6. Download the Code Manager here: http://www.mediafire.com/?e2dzz7zdmcds252. 7. Extract it somewhere on your computer. I've included a basic .txt file for using the File Patch code. (NTSC-U only though. PAL and NTSC-J users will have to create their own, sorry.) 8. Open the Code Manager. Look to where it says "Game ID". Fill this in with the ID of the game you are making the codes list for. (Ex. Brawl's ID is RSBE01 for NTSC-U, RSBP01 for PAL, and RSBJ01 for NTSC-J) Go to where it says "Game Name" and type in the name of the game. 9. Find the codes that you want to use. A couple of good sites to check out are http://geckocodes.org/ and http://board.gscentral.org/forum.php. 10. To add a code, click on "Add a code/comment/category" and type in a name for the code. It should appear in bold. Click on it, then copy and paste the code into where it says "Code contents". Make sure to click "Store modifications" after you paste in the code. 11. When you are done adding codes, go to File > Save as TXT File. Then, make sure your SD Card is in the computer and click "Export to GCT". Select the drive for your SD Card and click on "Store". Important Codes for Loading Brawl Hacks If you have an NTSC-U Wii/Disc, use this code: Code: File Patch Code v3.5.1: [Phantom Wings] E0000000 80008000 225664EC 00000000 0401BFE0 4858BE20 065A7E00 00000070 38A00067 38810020 3CE0805A 60E37C18 4BE52531 38A0007F 3883FFE8 38610020 4BE52521 38A00068 60E47C18 38610020 9421FF80 BC410008 38610088 4BA74DB9 7C7C1B78 2C030000 4082000C 38210080 4800001C B8410008 38210080 4BE524E5 38610008 4BA742E1 7C7C1B78 4BA741E8 040223E0 48585BC0 065A7FA0 00000028 80010044 3C608001 6063581C 7C001800 4082000C 7FDDC850 3BDEFFE0 93DB0008 4BA7A424 00000000 0401CD0C 4858B1F4 065A7F00 00000038 2C030000 4182000C 4BA7DD51 4BA74E04 80780008 2C030000 41820014 8118000C 7C634214 7C7B1850 48000008 8078000C 4BA74DE0 00000000 043EE9D8 48000014 043EEBD4 48000014 043D8B9C 48000018 043E9B4C 38600000 043E9D38 38600000 043D8C80 60000000 80000000 80406920 80000001 805A7C00 8A001001 00000000 045A7C10 2F525342 045A7C14 452F7066 80000001 805A7B00 8A001001 00000000 065A7B10 0000000F 2F525342 452F7066 2F736F75 6E642F00 041C6CE0 483E0D20 065A7A00 00000028 9421FF80 BC410008 3C60805A 60637B1F 4BE52931 B8410008 38210080 4BE52995 4BC1F2C4 00000000 065A7900 00000078 9421FF80 7C0802A6 9001000C BC810010 9421FF00 7C872378 54B2BA7E 7CD33378 38800000 9081000C 90810010 90610014 90810018 3880FFFF 9081001C 38610020 90610008 7CE43B78 38A00080 4BE529F5 38610008 4BA752A1 60000000 80210000 B8810010 8001000C 7C0803A6 80210000 4E800020 00000000 043E399C 481C3F04 065A78A0 00000010 80BC0020 7CA59214 3A400000 4BE3C0F4 043DBAEC 481CBDE4 065A78D0 00000018 800302A4 2C130000 41820008 7E609B78 3A600000 4BE3420C 041CDF7C 483D9884 065A7800 00000098 818C0014 9421FF80 BC410008 3D009034 61089D94 7C034000 4082003C 7C882378 3C60804D 60630000 3C80805A 60847B00 7CC53378 38C04200 80E40080 2C070000 40820014 60000000 480000B9 2C030000 41820010 B8410008 80210000 4BC26724 70A501FF 3868FFFF 3C80804C 6084FFFF 7C842A14 38A04001 38A5FFFF 8C040001 9C030001 2C050000 4082FFF0 B8410008 80210000 4BC2670C 141CCF90 483DA770 065A7700 00000048 9421FF80 BC410008 7FE3FB78 3C80805A 60847B00 38A00000 38C04000 480001E5 90640080 807F0008 907A0014 907A005C 907A0074 B8410008 80210000 807F0000 4BC25854 00000000 E0000000 80008000 If you have a PAL Wii/Disc, use this code (*Note* Does not load music): Code: PAL - Functional for standard textures, causes crashes/glitches with CSPs: File Replacement v2.1a PAL [Phantom Wings, Y.S.] 225683EC 00000000 C201C3A8 00000017 38A00067 38810020 3862E8F8 3D80803F 618CD148 7D8903A6 4E800421 38A0007F 3883FFE8 38610020 3D80803F 618CD148 7D8903A6 4E800421 38A00068 3882E8F8 38610020 9421FF80 BC410008 38610088 3D808001 618CCE7C 7D8903A6 4E800421 7C7C1B78 2C030000 4082000C 38210080 48000034 B8410008 38210080 3D80803F 618CD148 7D8903A6 4E800421 38610008 3D808001 618CC50C 7D8903A6 4E800421 7C7C1B78 3D808001 618CC3AC 7D8903A6 4E800420 00000000 C201CF94 00000007 2C030000 41820018 3D808002 618C5BFC 7D8903A6 4E800421 48000008 8078000C 3D808001 618CCF98 7D8903A6 4E800420 60000000 00000000 043EEE04 48000014 043EF000 48000014 043D8FC8 48000018 043E9F78 38600000 043EA164 38600000 043D90AC 60000000 80000000 80409728 80000001 805A99C0 8A001001 00000000 065A99D0 00000008 2F525342 502F7066 E0000000 80008000 If you have an NTSC-J Wii/disc, use this code: Code: File Patch Code v3.5.1 (NTSC-J) [Phantom Wings, Ported by ‚ׂë] E0000000 80008000 2256606C 00000000 0401BFE0 4858B9A0 065A7980 00000070 38A00067 38810020 3CE0805A 60E37798 4BE52525 38A0007F 3883FFE8 38610020 4BE52515 38A00068 60E47798 38610020 9421FF80 BC410008 38610088 4BA75239 7C7C1B78 2C030000 4082000C 38210080 4800001C B8410008 38210080 4BE524D9 38610008 4BA74761 7C7C1B78 4BA74668 04022360 48585C40 065A7FA0 00000028 80010044 3C608001 6063550C 7C001800 4082000C 7FDDC850 3BDEFFE0 93DB0008 4BA7A3A4 00000000 0401CD0C 4858AD74 065A7A80 00000038 2C030000 4182000C 4BA7E1D1 4BA75284 80780008 2C030000 41820014 8118000C 7C634214 7C7B1850 48000008 8078000C 4BA75260 00000000 043EEA50 48000014 043EEC4C 48000014 043D8C14 48000018 043E9BC4 38600000 043E9DB0 38600000 043D8CF8 60000000 80000000 80406490 80000001 805A7780 8A001001 00000000 045A7790 2F525342 045A7794 4A2F7066 80000001 805A7B00 8A001001 00000000 065A7B10 0000000F 2F525342 4A2F7066 2F736F75 6E642F00 041C6D58 483E0CA8 065A7A00 00000028 9421FF80 BC410008 3C60805A 60637B1F 4BE524A5 B8410008 38210080 4BE52509 4BC1F33C 00000000 065A7900 00000078 9421FF80 7C0802A6 9001000C BC810010 9421FF00 7C872378 54B2BA7E 7CD33378 38800000 9081000C 90810010 90610014 90810018 3880FFFF 9081001C 38610020 90610008 7CE43B78 38A00080 4BE52569 38610008 4BA752A1 60000000 80210000 B8810010 8001000C 7C0803A6 80210000 4E800020 00000000 043E3A14 481C3E8C 065A78A0 00000010 80BC0020 7CA59214 3A400000 4BE3C16C 043DBB64 481CBD6C 065A78D0 00000018 800302A4 2C130000 41820008 7E609B78 3A600000 4BE34284 041CDFF4 483D980C 065A7800 00000098 818C0014 9421FF80 BC410008 3D009034 61089D94 7C034000 4082003C 7C882378 3C60804D 60630000 3C80805A 60847B00 7CC53378 38C04200 80E40080 2C070000 40820014 60000000 480000B9 2C030000 41820010 B8410008 80210000 4BC2679C 70A501FF 3868FFFF 3C80804C 6084FFFF 7C842A14 38A04001 38A5FFFF 8C040001 9C030001 2C050000 4082FFF0 B8410008 80210000 4BC26784 141CD008 483DA6F8 065A7700 00000048 9421FF80 BC410008 7FE3FB78 3C80805A 60847B00 38A00000 38C04000 480001E5 90640080 807F0008 907A0014 907A005C 907A0074 B8410008 80210000 807F0000 4BC258CC 00000000 E0000000 80008000 B. Riivolution This app works like the File Patch code, but it can be used for any game and any file. The only downside is that it is a little more complicated than the File Patch code. You can either use this or the File Patch code to load files for Brawl. *Note* For Riivolution, ALL files must be named EXACTLY as they are on the ISO. (Ex. For the file "mu_menumain_en.pac", you must remove the "_en" to use it with the File Patch code, but you must keep it to use it with Riivolution. 1. Download the latest version of Riivolution from here: http://rvlution.net/riivolution.zip. 2. Extract it to somewhere on your computer. 3. Download the File Patch XML for Brawl here: http://rvlution.net/riivolution/images/ ... Bfiles.xml. (This is so that you can place files where they would go if you were using the File Patch code, since most people provide instructions based on that.) 4. Copy the "riivolution" folder out of the "apps" folder on your computer and paste it into the "apps" folder on your SD Card. 5. Create a folder on the root of your SD Card called "riivolution" and copy and paste the File Patch XML into there. 6. If you want to use codes along with Riivolution, follow the steps below. (Skip to step 14 if you've already followed the instructions for Gecko OS above.) 7. Create a folder on the root of your SD Card called "codes". 8. Download the Code Manager here: http://www.mediafire.com/?e2dzz7zdmcds252. 9. Extract it somewhere on your computer. 10. Open the Code Manager. Look to where it says "Game ID". Fill this in with the ID of the game you are making the codes list for. (Ex. Brawl's ID is RSBE01 for NTSC-U, RSBP01 for PAL, and RSBJ01 for NTSC-J) Go to where it says "Game Name" and type in the name of the game. 11. Find the codes that you want to use. A couple of good sites to check out are http://geckocodes.org/ and http://board.gscentral.org/forum.php. 12. To add a code, click on "Add a code/comment/category" and type in a name for the code. It should appear in bold. Click on it, then copy and paste the code into where it says "Code contents". Make sure to click "Store modifications" after you paste in the code. 13. When you are done adding codes, go to File > Save as TXT File. Then, make sure your SD Card is in the computer and click "Export to GCT". Select the drive for your SD Card and click on "Store". 14. Go to here: http://www.mediafire.com/?sharekey=6124 ... 0380de0aff and download the file for your disc region. 15. Extract it onto your computer and move both files to the "riivolution" folder on the root of your SD Card. C. Homebrew Browser This app is useful for finding, downloading, and updating Homebrew easily on your SD Card. It only works with the Homebrew Channel. 1. Download the Homebrew Browser here: http://www.codemii.com/wiihomebrew/home ... v0.3.8.zip. 2. Extract the file to your computer. 3. Copy the "homebrew_browser" folder and paste it into the "apps" folder on your SD Card. 3. Downloading and Using Brawl Hacks Now that you have Homebrew set up and an app to load files with, you'll need files to load. Where can you find files? Right here of course! Look around the forums and BrawlVault to find hacks that you like and download them to your computer. All files must be named correctly in order for them to work. Look at the lists below for where to put the files and what to name them. This list works for both the File Patch code and Riivolution, as long as you used the File Patch XML for Riivolution. (Replace the (X)'s in the file locations with the proper SD drive location and disc region. Characters Characters belong in the following location: (X):\private\wii\app\RSB(X)\pf\Fighter\(Character Name)\ Here are the names for each character: Quote from: Falco400/SMK Captain Falcon:   captain King Dedede:   dedede Diddy Kong:   diddy Donkey Kong:   donkey Falco:      falco Fox:      fox Mr. Game & Watch:  gamewatch Ganondorf:   ganon Giga Bowser:   gkoopa Ike:      ike Kirby:      kirby Bowser:      koopa Link:      link Lucario:   lucario Lucas:      lucas Luigi:      luigi Mario:      mario Marth:      marth Meta Knight:   metaknight Ness:      ness Peach:      peach Pikachu:   pikachu Captain Olimar:   pikmin Pit:      pit Ivysaur:   pokefushigisou Charizard:   pokelizardon Pokémon Trainer:poketrainer Squirtle:   pokezenigame Ice Climbers:   popo Jigglypuff:         purin R.O.B.:      robot Samus:      samus Sheik:      sheik Snake:      snake Sonic:      sonic Zero Suit Samus:  szerosuit Toon Link:   toonlink Wario:      wario Warioman:   warioman Wolf:      wolf Yoshi:      yoshi Zelda:      zelda Green Alloy:   zakoball Yellow Alloy:   zakochild Blue Alloy:   zakogirl Red Alloy:    zakoboy Character Colors by File Number: Quote from: Stack Smash Captain Falcon 00-Original 01-Blood Hawk 02-Green 03-Blue 04-Black 05-Pink Dedede 00-Original 02-Green 03-White 04-Grayscale 05-Purple 06-Pink Diddy Kong 00-Original 02-Green 03-Blue 04-Pink 05-Yellow 06-Purple Donkey Kong 00-Original 01-Red 02-Green 03-Blue 04-Black 05-White Falco 00-Original 01-Red 02-Green 03-Blue 04-Black 05-Yellow Fox 00-Original 01-Red 02-Green 03-Blue 04-Black 05-White Ganondorf 00-Original 01-Red 02-Green 03-Blue 04-Grandpa Ganon 05-Brown Ike 00-Original 01-Red 02-Green 03-Blue 04-Another Kind Of Green 05-Yellow Kirby 00-Original 01-Red 02-Green 03-Blue 04-Yellow 05-White Bowser 00-Original 01-Red 03-Blue 04-Black 05-Pimp Gold 06-Brown Link 00-Original 01-Red 03-Blue 04-Dark 05-White/Light Blue 06-Yellow Lucario 00-Original 01-Red 02-Green 04-Light Blue 05-White Lucas 00-Original 01-Red 02-Green 03-Blue 04-Claus 05-Pink/Purple Luigi 00-Original 01-Red 02-UNUSED-Blue 03-Blue 04-Fire Luigi 05-Orange 06-Waluigi Mario 00-Original 02-Green 03-Jumpman 04-Wario 05-Black 06-Fire Mario Marth 00-Original 01-Red 02-Green 03-Blue 04-Black 05-White Meta-Knight 00-Original 01-Red 02-Green 03-Blue 04-White 05-Pink Ness 00-Original 02-Green 03-Blue 04-Bumble-Bee 05-Fuel 06-Mr.Saturn Peach 00-Original 01-Red 02-Green 03-Blue 04-White 05-Daisy/Yellow Pikachu 00-Original 01-Cap 02-Bandana 03-Googles Olimar 00-Original 01-Red 02-Green 03-Blue 04-White 05-Dirty Helmet (Yellow and Black) Pit 00-Original 01-Red 02-Green 03-Blue 04-Gold 05-Black Pokemon Trainer 00-Original 01-Red 02-Green 03-Blue 04-Light Ice Climbers 00-Original 01-Red 02-Green 03-Blue 04-Dark 05-Light Jigglypuff 00-Normal 01-Flower 02-Sleep Hat 03-Japan Hat 04-Trainer Cap ROB 00-Original 02-Green 03-Blue 04-Pink/Purple 05-Yellow 06-NES Samus 00-Original 01-Pink 02-Green 03-Fusion/Blue 04-Gravity Suit/Purple 05-Dark Suit/Black Zelda 00-Original 01-Red 02-Green 03-Blue 04-Black 05-Ocarina of Time colors Snake 00-Original 01-Red/Black 02-Green 03-Blue 04-"IDK WTF this is" camo 05-Wild Feline camo Sonic 00-Original 01-Red 02-Green 04-Gold 05-Black Toon Link 00-Original 01-Red 03-Blue 04-Purple 05-NES Link 06-Dark Wario 00-Original (WarioWare) 01-Red (WarioWare) 02-Green (WarioWare) 03-Blue (WarioWare) 04-Black & Red (WarioWare) 05-Orange & Blue (WarioWare) 06-Original (Overall) 07-Red (Overall) 08-Green (Overall) 09-Blue (Overall) 10-WarioLand 2 color (Overall) 11-WarioLand 3 color (Overall) Wolf 00-Original 01-Red 02-Green 03-Blue 04-Black 05-Red & White Yoshi 00-Original 01-Red 03-Blue 04-Yellow 05-Pink 06-Light Blue The transforming characters (Zero Suit Samus/Samus, Wario/Wario Man, Bowser/Giga Bowser, Pokemon Trainer/Squirtle/Ivysaur/Charizard) all need .pac files along with .pcs files for textures to work correctly. Stages Normal stages belong in the following location: (X):\private\wii\app\RSB(X)\pf\stage\melee\ SSE stages (NOT MODEL SWAPPED STAGES, only the actual SSE stages) belong in: (X):\private\wii\app\RSB(X)\pf\stage\adventure\ You'll know if a stage is an actual SSE stage because it's file name will be a bunch of numbers. (Ex. 420101.pac) Stage Names: Quote Battle Field      STGBATTLEFIELD.PAC Yoshi's Island      STGCRAYON.PAC Delphino Plaza      STGDOLPIC.PAC 75m         STGDONKEY.PAC Big Blue (Melee)   STGDXBIGBLUE.PAC Corneria (Melee)   STGDXCORNERIA.PAC Jungle Japes (Melee)   STGDXGARDEN.PAC Green Greens (Melee)   STGDXGREENS.PAC Onett (Melee)      STGDXONETT.PAC Pokemon Stadium (Melee)   STGDXPSTADIUM.PAC Rainbow Cruise (Melee)   STGDXRCRUISE.PAC Temple (Melee)      STGDXSHRINE.PAC Yoshi's Island (Melee)   STGDXYORSTER.PAC Brinstar (Melee)   STGDXZEBES.PAC Distant Planet      STGEARTH.PAC Custom Stage (Nature)  STGEDIT_0.PAC Custom Stage (Factory) STGEDIT_1.PAC Custom Stage (Ruins)    STGEDIT_2.PAC Castle Siege (Transition)   STGEMBLEM.PAC Castle Siege (Outside)      STGEMBLEM_00.PAC Castle Siege (Inside)        STGEMBLEM_01.PAC Castle Siege (Lava Cave)  STGEMBLEM_02.PAC Mario Bros.      STGFAMICOM.PAC Final Destination   STGFINAL.PAC Port Town Aero Dive   STGFZERO.PAC Green Hill      STGGREENHILL.PAC Flat Zone 2      STGGW.PAC Halberd         STGHALBERD.PAC Summit         STGICE.PAC Rumble Falls      STGJUNGLE.PAC Mario Circuit      STGKART.PAC Warioware, Inc.      STGMADEIN.PAC Luigi's Mansion      STGMANSION.PAC Mushroomy Kingdom 1   STGMARIOPAST_00.PAC Mushroomy Kingdom 2   STGMARIOPAST_01.PAC Shadow Moses Isle (Rex)   STGMETALGEAR_00.PAC Shadow Moses Isle (Ray)   STGMETALGEAR_01.PAC Shadow Moses (Gecko)   STGMETALGEAR_02.PAC New Pork City      STGNEWPORK.PAC Norfair         STGNORFAIR.PAC Bridge of Eldin      STGOLDIN.PAC Frigate Orpheon      STGORPHEON.PAC Skyworld      STGPALUTENA.PAC Pictochat      STGPICTCHAT_en.PAC Pirate Ship      STGPIRATES.PAC Hanenbow      STGPLANKTON.PAC Pokemon Stadium 2   STGSTADIUM.PAC Lylat Cruise (Asteroids)  STGSTARFOX_ASTEROID.PAC Lylat Cruise (Battleships)  STGSTARFOX_BATTLESHIP.PAC Lylat Cruise (Corneria)  STGSTARFOX_CORNERIA.PAC Lylat Cruise (Main Ship)  STGSTARFOX_GDIFF.PAC Lylat Cruise (Space)   STGSTARFOX_SPACE.PAC Target Test 1   STGTARGETLV1.PAC Target Test 2   STGTARGETLV2.PAC Target Test 3   STGTARGETLV3.PAC Target Test 4   STGTARGETLV4.PAC Target Test 5   STGTARGETLV5.PAC Spear Pillar (Dialga)   STGTENGAN_1.PAC Spear Pillar (Palkia)   STGTENGAN_2.PAC Spear Pillar (Cresselia)STGTENGAN_3.PAC Smashville   STGVILLAGE_00.PAC Smashville   STGVILLAGE_01.PAC Smashville   STGVILLAGE_02.PAC Smashville   STGVILLAGE_03.PAC Smashville   STGVILLAGE_04.PAC Music Music only works with File Patch code versions over 3.1 (and Riivolution of course). Songs belong in: (X):\private\wii\app\RSB(X)\pf\sound\strm\ A full list of songs and what to name them can be found here: http://www.mediafire.com/?jgmd833x1l0bpjn. (Not made by me, but I forgot who made it... Sorry!) *Note* If your music sounds like static, or the song cuts off randomly and a new song starts, or the song doesn't sound like it should, first try defragmenting your SD Card. If that doesn't work, back up everything on your SD Card and then format it. Sound Effects Sound effects can ONLY be used with Riivolution. The most stable File Patch Code (3.5.1) DOES NOT support sound effects. The file "smashbros_sound.brsar" is the file used for sound effects in game, such as character/announcer voices. This file is often edited for completely new characters. It belongs in: (X):\private\wii\app\RSB(X)\pf\sound\ Menus Most hacks for the menus are in the mu_menumain.pac, sc_selcharacter.pac, and sc_selmap.pac files. The mu_menumain.pac file belongs in: (X):\private\wii\app\RSB(X)\pfmenu2\ (Not a typo. Create a new folder in your RSBE folder called "pfmenu2" for the mu_menumain.pac.) The other files above belong in: (X):\private\wii\app\RSB(X)\pf\menu2\ System Files The system files that are most commonly edited are common3.pac and common5.pac All of the common_.pac files belong in: (X):\private\wii\app\RSB(X)\pf\system\ Strap Loaders This is the screen that appears before the opening movie which reminds you to wear the wrist strap/don’t hit people. It’s very popular to edit. It belongs in: (X):\private\wii\app\RSB(X)\pf\menu\strap\ Rel Files These files allow you to replace a stage in Brawl with a stage that uses a different Brawl stage as a base. For example, if somebody created a stage based off of Final Destination, you could use a rel file to load it over Hanenbow instead. They belong in: (X):\private\wii\app\RSB(X)\pf\module\ For help in naming or creating rel files, visit this page: http://ssbbcustom.wikia.com/wiki/Module_files. 4. Making Brawl Hacks Ok, so you have Homebrew installed and know how to load Brawl hacks. Now, you can learn how to make them. Making Textures 1. Download BrawlBox, an essential tool for anyone who wants to make any type of Brawl hack. The latest version can be found here: http://brawltools.googlecode.com/files/ ... v0.63d.zip. 2. Extract BrawlBox to somewhere on your computer. 3. You will need Brawl's original files to base your hacks off of. All of the files except for the movies can be found here: http://www.mediafire.com/?sharekey=bf68 ... 49b5870170. 4. Download whatever files you need. They are located in the same way they are placed on the SD Card. (Ex. If you want to download Captain Falcon's main file, go to Data Partition > fighter > captain > FitCaptain00.pac.) 5. Open the file in BrawlBox. If you want to make a simple texture hack, right click on where it says "TextureData[0]" and click on "Export All". Create a folder wherever you want to export the textures to and click Ok. 6. Open the textures in an image editor (Ex. Paint.NET, downloadable here: http://www.dotpdn.com/downloads/pdn.html, or GIMP, downloadable here: http://www.gimp.org/downloads/&#41; and edit them as you wish. Save the edited files over the original files. 7. Open the original file in BrawlBox, right click "TextureData[0]" and click on "Replace All". Find the folder where you have all of your edited files and click Ok. 8. Click on the + sign next to "ModelData[0]" and then the + sign next to "3DModels(NW4R)". Right click the MDL0 (Ex. FitCaptain00) and click on "Preview". If you can't see anything, try zooming out by pulling the mouse wheel backwards. To move around, hold the right mouse button and move the mouse. You'll be able to see what your texture looks like on the character/stage. Exit the preview when you are done looking. 9. Go to File > Save As and save the finished file to wherever you want. If you are making characters, make sure to save as a .pcs file (.pac is optional, unless you are making a texture for one of the transforming characters listed above). If you are making stages, make sure to save as a .pac file. CSPs (Character Selection Portraits) If you download a character and you receive a picture file along with it, this is what it is supposed to be used for. CSPs are the pictures of the character that appear on the Character Selection Screen. Note that these are completely optional and don't have to be used along with the character. Here's how to put them into the game. 1. Download the original common5.pac from the link above and open it in BrawlBox. 2. Expand (Click the + button next to) "sc_selcharacter_en" and then "char_bust_tex_lz77". 3. Each of the "MiscData[_]" files contain the CSPs for a different character. Expand the MiscData and then expand the "Textures(NW4R)" within them. Click on each TEX0 file to see the original CSPs for that character. 4. Expand each of the MiscDatas until you find the character you want. Choose the color that you have the file set over and then right click the TEX0. Click on "Replace", and then find the image that came with the downloaded file (or your own image if you are making CSPs). When you are done, save the common5.pac file and put it in your SD Card. 5. If you are using an sc_selcharacter.pac file (Ex. A custom CSS), you'll have to do the following steps for your CSPs to appear. 6. Open your common5.pac in BrawlBox. Expand "sc_selcharacter_en" and right click on "char_bust_tex_lz77". Click "Export" and save it to your computer. 7. Now open up the sc_selcharacter.pac file you downloaded in BrawlBox. Expand it and find "char_bust_tex_lz77". Right click it and hit "Replace". Find the "char_bust_tex_lz77" you exported from your common5.pac. 8. Save the sc_selcharacter.pac file and put it on your SD Card. Quote from: Archangel Chuy on August 28, 2010, 03:22:58 PM Finally got a chance to read this and i must say it's very easy and newbie friendly But might want to add this in: Quote from: Miniova on July 14, 2010, 11:57:53 AM Hey here's something you can add to the guide for people who can't seem to figure it out.  Its a list I made that corresponds every csp with it's file. Code: Mario MenSelchrFaceB.001 - FitMario00 MenSelchrFaceB.002 - FitMario06 MenSelchrFaceB.003 - FitMario03 MenSelchrFaceB.004 - FitMario04 MenSelchrFaceB.005 - FitMario05 MenSelchrFaceB.006 - FitMario02 Donkey Kong MenSelchrFaceB.011 - FitDonkey00 MenSelchrFaceB.012 - FitDonkey04 MenSelchrFaceB.013 - FitDonkey01 MenSelchrFaceB.014 - FitDonkey03 MenSelchrFaceB.015 - FitDonkey02 MenSelchrFaceB.016 - FitDonkey05 Link MenSelchrFaceB.021 - FitLink00 MenSelchrFaceB.022 - FitLink01 MenSelchrFaceB.023 - FitLink03 MenSelchrFaceB.024 - FitLink05 MenSelchrFaceB.025 - FitLink06 MenSelchrFaceB.026 - FitLink04 Samus MenSelchrFaceB.031 - FitSamus00 MenSelchrFaceB.032 - FitSamus03 MenSelchrFaceB.033 - FitSamus01 MenSelchrFaceB.034 - FitSamus05 MenSelchrFaceB.035 - FitSamus04 MenSelchrFaceB.036 - FitSamus02 Yoshi MenSelchrFaceB.041 - FitYoshi00 MenSelchrFaceB.042 - FitYoshi01 MenSelchrFaceB.043 - FitYoshi03 MenSelchrFaceB.044 - FitYoshi04 MenSelchrFaceB.045 - FitYoshi05 MenSelchrFaceB.046 - FitYoshi06 Kirby MenSelchrFaceB.051 - FitKirby00 MenSelchrFaceB.052 - FitKirby04 MenSelchrFaceB.053 - FitKirby03 MenSelchrFaceB.054 - FitKirby01 MenSelchrFaceB.055 - FitKirby02 MenSelchrFaceB.056 - FitKirby05 Fox MenSelchrFaceB.061 - FitFox00 MenSelchrFaceB.062 - FitFox04 MenSelchrFaceB.063 - FitFox01 MenSelchrFaceB.064 - FitFox02 MenSelchrFaceB.065 - FitFox03 MenSelchrFaceB.066 - FitFox05 Pikachu MenSelchrFaceB.071 - FitPikachu00 MenSelchrFaceB.072 - FitPikachu01 MenSelchrFaceB.073 - FitPikachu02 MenSelchrFaceB.074 - FitPikachu03 Luigi MenSelchrFaceB.081 - FitLuigi00 MenSelchrFaceB.082 - FitLuigi05 MenSelchrFaceB.083 - FitLuigi01 MenSelchrFaceB.084 - FitLuigi03 MenSelchrFaceB.085 - FitLuigi04 MenSelchrFaceB.086 - FitLuigi06 Captain Falcon MenSelchrFaceB.091 - FitCaptain00 MenSelchrFaceB.092 - FitCaptain04 MenSelchrFaceB.093 - FitCaptain01 MenSelchrFaceB.094 - FitCaptain02 MenSelchrFaceB.095 - FitCaptain03 MenSelchrFaceB.096 - FitCaptain05 Ness MenSelchrFaceB.101 - FitNess00 MenSelchrFaceB.102 - FitNess05 MenSelchrFaceB.103 - FitNess04 MenSelchrFaceB.104 - FitNess02 MenSelchrFaceB.105 - FitNess03 MenSelchrFaceB.106 - FitNess06 Bowser MenSelchrFaceB.111 - FitKoopa00 MenSelchrFaceB.112 - FitKoopa04 MenSelchrFaceB.113 - FitKoopa01 MenSelchrFaceB.114 - FitKoopa03 MenSelchrFaceB.115 - FitKoopa05 MenSelchrFaceB.116 - FitKoopa06 Peach MenSelchrFaceB.121 - FitPeach00 MenSelchrFaceB.122 - FitPeach05 MenSelchrFaceB.123 - FitPeach01 MenSelchrFaceB.124 - FitPeach03 MenSelchrFaceB.125 - FitPeach02 MenSelchrFaceB.126 - FitPeach04 Zelda MenSelchrFaceB.131 - FitZelda00 MenSelchrFaceB.132 - FitZelda01 MenSelchrFaceB.133 - FitZelda03 MenSelchrFaceB.134 - FitZelda05 MenSelchrFaceB.135 - FitZelda02 MenSelchrFaceB.136 - FitZelda04 Sheik MenSelchrFaceB.141 - FitSheik00 MenSelchrFaceB.142 - FitSheik01 MenSelchrFaceB.143 - FitSheik03 MenSelchrFaceB.144 - FitSheik05 MenSelchrFaceB.145 - FitSheik02 MenSelchrFaceB.146 - FitSheik04 Ice Climbers MenSelchrFaceB.151 - FitPopo00 MenSelchrFaceB.152 - FitPopo01 MenSelchrFaceB.153 - FitPopo03 MenSelchrFaceB.154 - FitPopo04 MenSelchrFaceB.155 - FitPopo02 MenSelchrFaceB.156 - FitPopo05 Marth MenSelchrFaceB.161 - FitMarth00 MenSelchrFaceB.162 - FitMarth01 MenSelchrFaceB.163 - FitMarth02 MenSelchrFaceB.164 - FitMarth04 MenSelchrFaceB.165 - FitMarth05 MenSelchrFaceB.166 - FitMarth03 Mr. Game&Watch MenSelchrFaceB.171-176 - FitGameWatch00 Falco MenSelchrFaceB.181 - FitFalco00 MenSelchrFaceB.182 - FitFalco05 MenSelchrFaceB.183 - FitFalco03 MenSelchrFaceB.184 - FitFalco01 MenSelchrFaceB.185 - FitFalco02 MenSelchrFaceB.186 - FitFalco04 Ganondorf MenSelchrFaceB.191 - FitGanon00 MenSelchrFaceB.192 - FitGanon04 MenSelchrFaceB.193 - FitGanon03 MenSelchrFaceB.194 - FitGanon02 MenSelchrFaceB.195 - FitGanon01 MenSelchrFaceB.196 - FitGanon05 Meta Knight MenSelchrFaceB.211 - FitMetaKnight00 MenSelchrFaceB.212 - FitMetaKnight04 MenSelchrFaceB.213 - FitMetaKnight01 MenSelchrFaceB.214 - FitMetaKnight02 MenSelchrFaceB.215 - FitMetaKnight03 MenSelchrFaceB.216 - FitMetaKnight05 Pit MenSelchrFaceB.221 - FitPit00 MenSelchrFaceB.222 - FitPit04 MenSelchrFaceB.223 - FitPit01 MenSelchrFaceB.224 - FitPit02 MenSelchrFaceB.225 - FitPit03 MenSelchrFaceB.226 - FitPit05 Zero Suit Samus MenSelchrFaceB.231 - FitSZeroSuit00 MenSelchrFaceB.232 - FitSZeroSuit03 MenSelchrFaceB.233 - FitSZeroSuit01 MenSelchrFaceB.234 - FitSZeroSuit05 MenSelchrFaceB.235 - FitSZeroSuit04 MenSelchrFaceB.236 - FitSZeroSuit02 Captain Olimar MenSelchrFaceB.241 - FitPikmin00 MenSelchrFaceB.242 - FitPikmin04 MenSelchrFaceB.243 - FitPikmin01 MenSelchrFaceB.244 - FitPikmin05 MenSelchrFaceB.245 - FitPikmin02 MenSelchrFaceB.246 - FitPikmin03 Lucas MenSelchrFaceB.251 - FitLucas00 MenSelchrFaceB.252 - FitLucas04 MenSelchrFaceB.253 - FitLucas01 MenSelchrFaceB.254 - FitLucas03 MenSelchrFaceB.255 - FitLucas02 MenSelchrFaceB.256 - FitLucas05 Diddy Kong MenSelchrFaceB.261 - FitDiddy00 MenSelchrFaceB.262 - FitDiddy05 MenSelchrFaceB.263 - FitDiddy04 MenSelchrFaceB.264 - FitDiddy06 MenSelchrFaceB.265 - FitDiddy02 MenSelchrFaceB.266 - FitDiddy03 Pokemon Trainer MenSelchrFaceB.271 - FitPokeTrainer00 MenSelchrFaceB.272 - FitPokeTrainer01 MenSelchrFaceB.273 - FitPokeTrainer02 MenSelchrFaceB.274 - FitPokeTrainer03 MenSelchrFaceB.275 - FitPokeTrainer04 Charizard MenSelchrFaceB.281-285 - See 271-275 Squirtle MenSelchrFaceB.291-295 - See 271-275 Ivysaur MenSelchrFaceB.301-305 - See 271-275 King Dedede MenSelchrFaceB.311 - FitDedede00 MenSelchrFaceB.312 - FitDedede06 MenSelchrFaceB.313 - FitDedede02 MenSelchrFaceB.314 - FitDedede05 MenSelchrFaceB.315 - FitDedede03 MenSelchrFaceB.316 - FitDedede04 Lucario MenSelchrFaceB.321 - FitLucario00 MenSelchrFaceB.322 - FitLucario01 MenSelchrFaceB.323 - FitLucario04 MenSelchrFaceB.324 - FitLucario05 MenSelchrFaceB.325 - FitLucario02 Ike MenSelchrFaceB.331 - FitIke00 MenSelchrFaceB.332 - FitIke05 MenSelchrFaceB.333 - FitIke04 MenSelchrFaceB.334 - FitIke03 MenSelchrFaceB.335 - FitIke02 MenSelchrFaceB.336 - FitIke01 R.O.B. MenSelchrFaceB.341 - FitRobot00 MenSelchrFaceB.342 - FitRobot06 MenSelchrFaceB.343 - FitRobot05 MenSelchrFaceB.344 - FitRobot04 MenSelchrFaceB.345 - FitRobot03 MenSelchrFaceB.346 - FitRobot02 Jigglypuff MenSelchrFaceB.361 - FitPurin00 MenSelchrFaceB.362 - FitPurin01 MenSelchrFaceB.363 - FitPurin04 MenSelchrFaceB.364 - FitPurin03 MenSelchrFaceB.365 - FitPurin02 Wario MenSelchrFaceB.371 - FitWario00 MenSelchrFaceB.372 - FitWario01 MenSelchrFaceB.373 - FitWario05 MenSelchrFaceB.374 - FitWario02 MenSelchrFaceB.375 - FitWario04 MenSelchrFaceB.376 - FitWario03 MenSelchrFaceB.377 - FitWario06 MenSelchrFaceB.378 - FitWario07 MenSelchrFaceB.379 - FitWario09 MenSelchrFaceB.380 - FitWario08 MenSelchrFaceB.381 - FitWario10 MenSelchrFaceB.382 - FitWario11 Toon Link MenSelchrFaceB.401 - FitToonLink00 MenSelchrFaceB.402 - FitToonLink01 MenSelchrFaceB.403 - FitToonLink03 MenSelchrFaceB.404 - FitToonLink04 MenSelchrFaceB.405 - FitToonLink05 MenSelchrFaceB.406 - FitToonLink06 MenSelchrFaceB.411-416 - Blank Wolf MenSelchrFaceB.431 - FitWolf00 MenSelchrFaceB.432 - FitWolf01 MenSelchrFaceB.433 - FitWolf04 MenSelchrFaceB.434 - FitWolf02 MenSelchrFaceB.435 - FitWolf03 MenSelchrFaceB.436 - FitWolf05 Snake MenSelchrFaceB.451 - FitSnake00 MenSelchrFaceB.452 - FitSnake01 MenSelchrFaceB.453 - FitSnake03 MenSelchrFaceB.454 - FitSnake04 MenSelchrFaceB.455 - FitSnake02 MenSelchrFaceB.456 - FitSnake05 Sonic MenSelchrFaceB.461 - FitSonic00 MenSelchrFaceB.462 - FitSonic05 MenSelchrFaceB.463 - FitSonic04 MenSelchrFaceB.464 - FitSonic02 MenSelchrFaceB.465 - FitSonic01 5. Downgrading Your Wii Warning: The following tutorials are the most likely parts of this guide to cause permanent damage to your Wii if not followed properly. Make sure to follow all instructions carefully and if you have any doubts whatsoever, don't do it. DO NOT UPDATE YOUR WII. I repeat: Do NOT update your Wii! The most recent updates (4.2 and 4.3) have done NOTHING to improve the Wii. Their only purpose was to try to wipe out Homebrew. As such, certain Homebrew applications may not work if you update your Wii. If you have updated your Wii and a certain Homebrew app doesn't work, downgrade to a more stable version using these tutorials (The tutorials don't only work for the menu versions specified, but it's recommended that you use the tutorial that corresponds with your system menu.): 3.3 or 3.4 to 3.2 I believe this one came from somewhere on GBATemp, but I have not been able to relocate the source, so I'm not sure who to credit. Just note, I did not make the downgrade tutorial. 4.2 or above to 4.1 Quote from: Hells Guardian on GSCentral I honestly Highly advise that anyone using 4.2 ditch it imeadiately! I say this not because 4.2 is a bad version but rather because it offers no added to functionality AT ALL!! It was nothing but an attack on Homebrew both legit and piracy related! I appologize for the wait as my system was turned into a paper weight by the 4.2 update. Fortunately I was able to recover it with a Nand programer. I love that damn mod chip. I was able to install a copy of bootmii boot2 back into the nand with the nand flasher and from there fully recover the system menu. Now for the information all have been waiting for. It's a simple task really here is the download containing everything you will need. This download is just Over 76MB So It May Take Awhile! It took me 9 minutes with Low End Cable Internet to download... Also took about the same to upload though. This pack works for NTSC-U. Use at your own risk for the other regions! http://www.mediafire.com/?tw2nmzkmnjk 1. (skip this if you already have the HBC and bootmii IOS or boot2 installed on the system) use your preffered exploit to launch the Hackmii installer and install the latest version of bootmii and the HBC. (I personally prefer not to update my HBC as it does cause compatability issues with many of the older apps because of the new Title ID. All apps still function but many will fail to load back into the HBC.) I Recomend BannerBombv2 for this. I can be downloade here. You will also find the instructions on how to use it here. I will not be answering questions on this. http://bannerbomb.qoid.us/index.new.php go here to find the latest version of Team Twiizers Hackmii installer. http://bootmii.org/ 2. Copy the contents of the download to the root of your SD card. I advise that you use a fresh SD card for this. 3. From the HBC run the Cboot2 installer. This will install a custom version of the bootmii ppc executable file to the SD card. 4. Launch bootmii. Either boot2 or IOS version will work. Instead of loading bootmii you should see in the top left the words cBoot2 dol loader or something similar. After a brief time a version of wad manager will boot. 5. From the cBoot2 loaded wad manager App install CIOSv9.wad followed by IOS60.wad then the System Menu Wad for your region. I have inluded System Menu 4.1 for all three regions. Thats it. Now you will be on system menu 4.1 with an old version of Waninkoko's CIOS installed. From here install the latest version of Waninkoko's CIOS and any other hacks you may want. I've also included Start patch 4.1 for all three regions. I advise installing at the very least the disk update check block patch. As an added bonus I've also included a CSM theme for NTSC users on System menu 4.1 that can be installed with the included mymenuify app. 6. What to Do If a Game/Channel Requires a Wii System Update "I just bought [insert name of new game here]! And it says I HAVE to update my Wii! I HAVE to play it!" or "I want to go on the Wii Shop Channel, but it says I have to update my Wii!" ^^^ If either (or both) of the above are you, follow this section carefully, and you'll be able to play the game/use the channel without having to update your Wii. A. Disc Updates for System Menus 4.0 and Above If you have a Wii on versions 4.0 - 4.3, use the Preloader app to patch the system to skip disc update checks easily. This first tutorial only fixes DISC updates. If you want to access the Wii Shop Channel, use the third tutorial below. 1. Download the most recent version of the Preloader (.30) here: http://www.mediafire.com/?fwxo3qs7nym2353. 2. Launch the app through one of the methods explained above. If you're using the Homebrew Channel, rename the .dol file "boot.dol" and place it in a folder called "Preloader" in the "apps" folder of your SD Card. (In other words, your SD Card should look like apps > Preloader > boot.dol) 3. Follow the instructions in the Readme. (Press + to install the Preloader.) Once it's finished installing, you can delete these files off of your SD Card. 4. Use the information found here to create a hacks.ini file. Copy and paste the codes for your system menu into Notepad, then when saving, change "Save as type" to "All files", then name the file "hacks.ini". Place it in the root of your SD Card. 5. Turn on the Wii. The Preloader should launch automatically. Enable the hacks that you want. It is extremely important to enable the "Skip Disc Update Check" if you want it. 6. Once that it is finished, you can delete the Preloader off of your Wii by running the install tool again and hitting - instead of +. You can also leave the Preloader if you want to keep it there. Now, whenever you try to play a game that has a system update on it, it should skip the check, allowing you to play the game without updating your Wii. 7. If the game doesn't seem to be working correctly (refuses to load), run Gecko OS with the disc in the Wii. If the game requires a certain IOS to play, Gecko OS will alert you to that and install it for you. This will not update your entire Wii system menu, but rather just the IOS that is needed. B. Disc Updates for System Menus Below 4.0 If you are on a system menu below 4.0 and have bought a new game that requires a system update, follow this tutorial. 1. Download the 3.3/3.4 to 3.2 downgrade file located here http://www.mediafire.com/?4u6o82c4aqke5od. 2. If you are not on system menu 3.2, follow the readme instructions and downgrade to it. Make sure that all of the files in the "Put onto SD Card" are on your SD Card. 3. Load the Starfall app and read the instructions carefully. (Press B + 1, not B + 2) 4. Make sure to apply the "Skip Disc Update Check" patch. 5. After it's done, you can remove these files from your SD Card. 6. If a certain game doesn't seem to be working correctly (refuses to load), run Gecko OS with the disc in the Wii. If the game requires a certain IOS to play, Gecko OS will alert you to that and install it for you. This will not update your entire Wii system menu, but rather just the IOS that is needed. C. Wii Shop Channel Updates for All System Menus This tutorial will show you how to update your Wii Shop Channel so that it can be accessed without updating the entire system. 1. Download the latest version of WiiSCU (0.25) here: http://www.mediafire.com/?833v8xzdo5497fg. 2. Extract the folder and place it in the "apps" folder of your SD Card if you're using the Homebrew Channel. (Make sure that your SD Card looks like apps > WiiSCU > boot.dol/icon.png/meta.xml) 3. Run WiiSCU and select the Wii Shop Channel. 4. When it's finished, you can delete the file off of your SD Card. Done. Now please people, STOP UPDATING THE WII JUST BECAUSE A GAME/CHANNEL WANTS YOU TO. These are very simple workarounds for that. 6. Other Tutorials Here are some links to other useful tutorials. These are probably more in depth or easier to understand than parts of this post. I've attempted to put them in a relative order from easiest to hardest. If you think there's a good tutorial that I should add to this list, please tell me. Easy Tutorials These tutorials are easily understandable, even to people who don't know very much about the topic. How to Install BrawlBox on a Mac/Linux Texture Hacking Guide Riivolution Guide Stage Guide BCSM-GUI (Tool for Making BRSTMs) Custom CSS/SSS Animation Principles Model Swapping, Glitch Fixing, and Bone Hexing Automatic Polygon Deleter Making THP'S (Brawl's Movie Files) How to Make Practice Stage Based Stages Work with Final Destination 2D Stages How to Fix Multiple MDL0 Headers in One BRRES Advanced Tutorials You might need a little prior knowledge to understand parts of these tutorials, but they are extremely useful to more experienced hackers. MK64's Vertex Hacking Method Without Patching Texture Formats MDL0's From Other Games PSA Guide Animation Tutorials Das Donkey Vertex Box 2.0 English Tutorial GFX Swapping, Vertex Hex Swapping, and Dual Colored Eyes Advanced Vertex Hacking Well, that's all for now. If you need me to add or clarify anything, please tell me. Thanks for reading![/spoiler:3tqc8a0u] Note: Some of the info in this tutorial is a bit outdated. There is no need to downgrade your Wii because of the release of the exploit "Letterbomb". So if you have an updated Wii with the recent version of System Menu, you DO NOT have to downgrade your Wii. Mods are classified by the character they replace in Brawl: (Pics are censored but the downloads are not.) Peach: Nude Peach: http://www.mediafire.com/?h3h55bl4pvaw4o2 Nude Nurien: http://www.mediafire.com/?bd8d57wh0oj0e Nude Athena Asamiya: http://www.mediafire.com/?z5c6s62267odf Zero Suit Samus: Nude Samus: http://www.mediafire.com/?k913pgtb9l0hvy3 Nude (?) Krystal: http://www.mediafire.com/?bsxhv3jnpsqvbjc Zelda: Nude Zelda: https://www.dropbox.com/s/wc5oudd7o7ygb ... ate%29.rar Nude Morrigan: http://www.mediafire.com/?sharekey=ed62 ... 390b259c5f (Original) http://www.mediafire.com/?sharekey=ed62 ... faa4c6c51e (2P Version) http://www.mediafire.com/?sharekey=ed62 ... 6a5faff527 (Bat Version) http://www.mediafire.com/?sharekey=ed62 ... 082f1c2cd0 (Lilith Version) Other: Nude Sheik: http://www.mediafire.com/download.php?1a61278mliig7cf Nude Ganondorf: http://www.mediafire.com/download.php?gapjucasceyojur Nude Roy (replaces Marth): http://www.mediafire.com/?32n8p6pss30ze6v http://www.mediafire.com/?w95lancdwlu94r0 (Recolors) Naked Snake: http://www.gamefront.com/files/21851384/nakedsnake_pcs Stages: ZSS Final Breastination (replaces Final Destination) http://www.mediafire.com/download.php?32dezmwzhiw List will be updated as more nude hacks are made/found.
Thu, 07 Feb 2013 08:22:47

Musti

I guess its interesting. The nude Zelda/Sheik would be interesting to get. Also, Final BREASTination? I cant stop laughing. :mdr:
Thu, 07 Feb 2013 10:10:18

Vitezislav

Not a bad mod, too bad my gf has my Wii atm in her appartment and she is in Mexico for 5 weeks. :(
Thu, 07 Feb 2013 10:38:54

Musti

"Vitezislav" said ...
Not a bad mod, too bad my gf has my Wii atm in her appartment and she is in Mexico for 5 weeks. :(
Why not get the dolphin emulator and play the disk on your PC? or download an ISO of the game.
Thu, 07 Feb 2013 10:46:29

Vitezislav

It's more fun on the Wii.
Thu, 07 Feb 2013 15:11:27

DemonicLemon

Clean up these models and they would be good additions to our DE arsenal! :twisted:
Thu, 07 Feb 2013 15:25:33

KeiroStarr

"DemonicLemon" said ...
Clean up these models and they would be good additions to our DE arsenal! :twisted:
Hadn't thought of that... actually I think Brawlbox has an option to extract models from PAC and PCS files. If anyone wanted to take a stab at it, that'd be awesome.
Thu, 07 Feb 2013 16:50:44

Musti

Files can't be downloaded. Media fire deleted them it says for me. Can ya maybe upload them onto the drop-box please?
Thu, 07 Feb 2013 17:18:20

KeiroStarr

"Musti" said ...
Files can't be downloaded. Media fire deleted them it says for me. Can ya maybe upload them onto the drop-box please?
Ugh. It's a glitch MF seems to have. Try copying the link and pasting it in a new tab. If it still doesn't work, tell me which one don't work and I'll look into them.
Sun, 10 Feb 2013 10:37:38

Goron_Ozzy

Oh god, i'll never be able to watch Kirby sucking up Snake the same.
Mon, 18 Feb 2013 12:19:54

cem26

plsss make all modelas for gmodddddd
Tue, 23 Apr 2013 14:42:34

dude65

Is there a way to use these mods in dolphin emulator?
Wed, 31 Jul 2013 22:11:05

techiespeek

All files are gone, apparently. Media Fire always was a poor file hosting choice. If I can find all these mods that seem to be disappearing, before they all do, I will host them on my servers, problem solved. :ugeek:
Wed, 01 Jan 2014 18:38:52

Hentai

"KeiroStarr" said ...
Ever wanted to bring some nudity to your gaming console? Well, today I bring you some nude mods for the Wii game "Super Smash Bros. Brawl." You're probably wondering... how does one mod a Wii game? Well, if you have time to kill, then click the spoiler button and read the enclosed info. If you don't have any time to kill, well I'm sure you can find a good video tutorial on Youtube. [spoiler:1yznlgki]Hi! If you're brand new to Brawl hacking (or Wii hacking in general), then this is the guide for you. You've probably seen some of the cool hacks around the Internet, and were wondering how you could use them on your Wii. This guide will show you everything, from how to load Homebrew all the way to creating or editing hacks yourself. From start to finish, it should probably take about 30-60 minutes to set everything up. If you have any problems, go ahead and post in the help forum. In order to make the tutorial a little easier to read, I've enclosed a lot of the reference material in spoilers. Click on the "Show Spoiler" button to see these lists. *Note* There's always a very, very small chance you may brick your Wii. (In other words, break it beyond repair.) This has never happened to me or anyone that I know. Follow the instructions in this tutorial carefully, and nothing should go wrong. However, if something like that happens, neither I nor anyone who helped in creating the tools in this tutorial will be held responsible. If you have any doubts about running hacks on your Wii, don't do it. 1. Popular Homebrew Loading Options In order to use Brawl hacks such as textures, models hacks, or PSAs, you first have to have some method of loading Homebrew. All of these methods require an SD Card. To see if your SD Card is compatible, check here: http://wiibrew.org/wiki/SD/SDHC_Card_Co ... lity_Tests. If you already have Homebrew installed, skip to #2. *Note* If your Wii has been updated to version 4.3, one of the methods below WILL NOT WORK. In order to check what System Menu you are on, go to Options > Wii Settings and check in the top right corner of the screen. It should say "Ver. _._U", "Ver. _._E", or "Ver. _._J", depending on which region you are in. A. Homebrew Channel The Homebrew Channel (HBC) is the most popular way to load Homebrew. It's a channel that you can install to your Wii. (Unlike other methods, you don't have to run this each time you want to load Homebrew. Once you run it, it's installed on your Wii until you uninstall it. You can uninstall it like any other channel on your Wii.) This is the recommended method for most people to use. 1. Go to this site: http://bootmii.org/download/ and download the latest version of the HackMii Installer. The latest version of HackMii (0.7) WILL WORK with Wii System Menu 4.3. 2. Extract it to your computer using a program like WinRAR (http://www.rarlab.com/download.htm). 3. Back up all of the data on your SD Card to your computer by cutting and pasting all of the files to somewhere on your computer. 4. Format your SD Card using the instructions below. Quote from: WiiBrew  Windows    1. Open up My Computer.    2. Right-click on the drive that contains the SD card and select Format....    3. Under File system make sure you select FAT.    4. Click "Start" and let the process finalize.    5. After the formatting is finished proceed to the next step. Mac OS    1. Open up Disk Utility    2. Find your SD card in the navigation.    3. Go to the Erase tab.    4. Change the Volume Format to MS-DOS (FAT).    5. Click "Erase" and let the process finalize.    6. After the formatting is finished proceed to the next step. Linux    1. Open up a terminal.    2. Execute the command "mkfs.vfat /dev/<location of your SD card>".    3. Caution not to reformat your hard disk. Think hard before formatting /dev/sda1, for example.    4. After the formatting is finished proceed to the next step. 5A. If you are on System Menu 4.3, see step 5B. If you are on Wii System Menu 3.0 - 4.2, go to http://bannerbomb.qoid.us/ and download the version of Bannerbomb for your System Menu. Extract it to your computer. 5B. If you are System Menu 4.3, use Smash Stack instead. Download this file: http://wiibrew.org/w/images/4/4e/Smashstack.zip and extract it to your computer. Move ALL of your custom stages from Brawl onto your SD Card and then from there, back them up to your computer. 6. Copy the "private" folder from whichever tool you used and put it on the root of your blank SD Card. (Ex. X:\private, where X is the letter of the drive your SD Card uses. 7. Copy the "boot.elf" file from your HackMii installer folder and put it on the root of your SD Card. 8. Your SD Card should look like this (Image from WiiBrew): . 9. Turn on your Wii, but don't put your SD Card in yet. 10A. If you used BannerBomb and you are on System Menu 3.0 - 4.1, go to Options > Data Management > Wii > Channels > SD Card. If you are on 4.2, go to the SD Card menu from the Wii menu. Put in your SD Card and select "Yes" when a pop up appears asking to load boot.dol/elf. 10B. Put your SD Card into the Wii, launch Brawl through the Disc Channel, and go to the Stage Builder. 11. When the HackMii installer shows you what can/can’t be installed, hit continue. Go to Homebrew Channel > Install the Homebrew Channel. Hit “Yes.” 12. You can install DVDX and BootMii if you want, but those are optional and not needed for Brawl hacking. 13. Exit the HackMii Installer, take out your SD Card, and delete everything off of your SD Card. (You don't need any of that stuff anymore.) 14. Create a new folder on your SD Card called "apps". 15. Place the folder(s) for the Homebrew app(s) you want to run inside of that folder. 16. Make sure that the .dol or .elf file for the Homebrew you want to run is named "boot.dol" or "boot.elf". B. BannerBomb This method only works with System Menu 3.0 - 4.2. You must load BannerBomb every time you want to load hacks. However, this does not install anything on your Wii. 1. Go to http://bannerbomb.qoid.us/ and download the file for your System Menu. 2. Extract it to your computer using a program like WinRAR (http://www.rarlab.com/download.htm). 3. Format your SD Card using the instructions above. 4. Copy the private folder and move it to the root of your blank SD Card. 5. Put the boot.dol/.elf that you want to run on the root of your SD Card. 6. Your SD Card should look like the picture above. 7. If you are on System Menu 3.0 - 4.1, go to Options > Data Management > Wii > Channels > SD Card. If you are on 4.2, go to the SD Card menu from the Wii menu. Put in your SD Card and select "Yes" when a pop up appears asking to load boot.dol/elf. C. Smash Stack This method WILL work with ANY System Menu, including 4.3. Like BannerBomb, you will have to run this every time you want to load Homebrew. It does not install anything on your Wii. You will need the Brawl disc for this, but you probably already have it if you want to use Brawl hacks. 1. Download Smash Stack from here: http://wiibrew.org/w/images/4/4e/Smashstack.zip. 2. Extract it to your computer using a program like WinRAR (http://www.rarlab.com/download.htm). 3. Format your SD Card using the instructions above. 4. Move ALL of the custom stages from Brawl onto your SD Card and then back them up onto your computer. 5. Copy the "private" folder from the Smash Stack folder and put it on the root of your blank SD Card. 6. Put the boot.dol/.elf that you want to run on the root of your SD Card. 7. Your SD Card should look like the picture above. 8. Put the SD Card in your Wii, load Brawl though the Disc Channel, and go to the Stage Builder. 2. Homebrew Applications Once you have some form of Homebrew loading set up, you'll need some Homebrew apps to use. The Homebrew listed below are some of the most useful ones for Brawl hacking. A. Gecko OS This will allow you to load codes for most any Wii game. It is definitely needed if you plan on using the File Patch Code, a popular method of loading Brawl hacks. You can either use this or Riivolution to load files. 1. Download Gecko OS here: http://wiird.l0nk.org/projectfiles/Gecko1931.zip. 2. Extract the file to your computer. 3. Go to Gecko1931 > Gecko1931 > HBC > Gecko1931. 4A. If you are using the Homebrew Channel, copy the last "Gecko1931" folder and paste it into your "apps" folder. 4B. If you are using any other method, copy the "boot.elf" file out of the "Gecko1931" folder and paste it into the root of your SD Card. 5. Create a folder on the root of your SD Card called "codes". 6. Download the Code Manager here: http://www.mediafire.com/?e2dzz7zdmcds252. 7. Extract it somewhere on your computer. I've included a basic .txt file for using the File Patch code. (NTSC-U only though. PAL and NTSC-J users will have to create their own, sorry.) 8. Open the Code Manager. Look to where it says "Game ID". Fill this in with the ID of the game you are making the codes list for. (Ex. Brawl's ID is RSBE01 for NTSC-U, RSBP01 for PAL, and RSBJ01 for NTSC-J) Go to where it says "Game Name" and type in the name of the game. 9. Find the codes that you want to use. A couple of good sites to check out are http://geckocodes.org/ and http://board.gscentral.org/forum.php. 10. To add a code, click on "Add a code/comment/category" and type in a name for the code. It should appear in bold. Click on it, then copy and paste the code into where it says "Code contents". Make sure to click "Store modifications" after you paste in the code. 11. When you are done adding codes, go to File > Save as TXT File. Then, make sure your SD Card is in the computer and click "Export to GCT". Select the drive for your SD Card and click on "Store". Important Codes for Loading Brawl Hacks If you have an NTSC-U Wii/Disc, use this code: Code: File Patch Code v3.5.1: [Phantom Wings] E0000000 80008000 225664EC 00000000 0401BFE0 4858BE20 065A7E00 00000070 38A00067 38810020 3CE0805A 60E37C18 4BE52531 38A0007F 3883FFE8 38610020 4BE52521 38A00068 60E47C18 38610020 9421FF80 BC410008 38610088 4BA74DB9 7C7C1B78 2C030000 4082000C 38210080 4800001C B8410008 38210080 4BE524E5 38610008 4BA742E1 7C7C1B78 4BA741E8 040223E0 48585BC0 065A7FA0 00000028 80010044 3C608001 6063581C 7C001800 4082000C 7FDDC850 3BDEFFE0 93DB0008 4BA7A424 00000000 0401CD0C 4858B1F4 065A7F00 00000038 2C030000 4182000C 4BA7DD51 4BA74E04 80780008 2C030000 41820014 8118000C 7C634214 7C7B1850 48000008 8078000C 4BA74DE0 00000000 043EE9D8 48000014 043EEBD4 48000014 043D8B9C 48000018 043E9B4C 38600000 043E9D38 38600000 043D8C80 60000000 80000000 80406920 80000001 805A7C00 8A001001 00000000 045A7C10 2F525342 045A7C14 452F7066 80000001 805A7B00 8A001001 00000000 065A7B10 0000000F 2F525342 452F7066 2F736F75 6E642F00 041C6CE0 483E0D20 065A7A00 00000028 9421FF80 BC410008 3C60805A 60637B1F 4BE52931 B8410008 38210080 4BE52995 4BC1F2C4 00000000 065A7900 00000078 9421FF80 7C0802A6 9001000C BC810010 9421FF00 7C872378 54B2BA7E 7CD33378 38800000 9081000C 90810010 90610014 90810018 3880FFFF 9081001C 38610020 90610008 7CE43B78 38A00080 4BE529F5 38610008 4BA752A1 60000000 80210000 B8810010 8001000C 7C0803A6 80210000 4E800020 00000000 043E399C 481C3F04 065A78A0 00000010 80BC0020 7CA59214 3A400000 4BE3C0F4 043DBAEC 481CBDE4 065A78D0 00000018 800302A4 2C130000 41820008 7E609B78 3A600000 4BE3420C 041CDF7C 483D9884 065A7800 00000098 818C0014 9421FF80 BC410008 3D009034 61089D94 7C034000 4082003C 7C882378 3C60804D 60630000 3C80805A 60847B00 7CC53378 38C04200 80E40080 2C070000 40820014 60000000 480000B9 2C030000 41820010 B8410008 80210000 4BC26724 70A501FF 3868FFFF 3C80804C 6084FFFF 7C842A14 38A04001 38A5FFFF 8C040001 9C030001 2C050000 4082FFF0 B8410008 80210000 4BC2670C 141CCF90 483DA770 065A7700 00000048 9421FF80 BC410008 7FE3FB78 3C80805A 60847B00 38A00000 38C04000 480001E5 90640080 807F0008 907A0014 907A005C 907A0074 B8410008 80210000 807F0000 4BC25854 00000000 E0000000 80008000 If you have a PAL Wii/Disc, use this code (*Note* Does not load music): Code: PAL - Functional for standard textures, causes crashes/glitches with CSPs: File Replacement v2.1a PAL [Phantom Wings, Y.S.] 225683EC 00000000 C201C3A8 00000017 38A00067 38810020 3862E8F8 3D80803F 618CD148 7D8903A6 4E800421 38A0007F 3883FFE8 38610020 3D80803F 618CD148 7D8903A6 4E800421 38A00068 3882E8F8 38610020 9421FF80 BC410008 38610088 3D808001 618CCE7C 7D8903A6 4E800421 7C7C1B78 2C030000 4082000C 38210080 48000034 B8410008 38210080 3D80803F 618CD148 7D8903A6 4E800421 38610008 3D808001 618CC50C 7D8903A6 4E800421 7C7C1B78 3D808001 618CC3AC 7D8903A6 4E800420 00000000 C201CF94 00000007 2C030000 41820018 3D808002 618C5BFC 7D8903A6 4E800421 48000008 8078000C 3D808001 618CCF98 7D8903A6 4E800420 60000000 00000000 043EEE04 48000014 043EF000 48000014 043D8FC8 48000018 043E9F78 38600000 043EA164 38600000 043D90AC 60000000 80000000 80409728 80000001 805A99C0 8A001001 00000000 065A99D0 00000008 2F525342 502F7066 E0000000 80008000 If you have an NTSC-J Wii/disc, use this code: Code: File Patch Code v3.5.1 (NTSC-J) [Phantom Wings, Ported by ‚ׂë] E0000000 80008000 2256606C 00000000 0401BFE0 4858B9A0 065A7980 00000070 38A00067 38810020 3CE0805A 60E37798 4BE52525 38A0007F 3883FFE8 38610020 4BE52515 38A00068 60E47798 38610020 9421FF80 BC410008 38610088 4BA75239 7C7C1B78 2C030000 4082000C 38210080 4800001C B8410008 38210080 4BE524D9 38610008 4BA74761 7C7C1B78 4BA74668 04022360 48585C40 065A7FA0 00000028 80010044 3C608001 6063550C 7C001800 4082000C 7FDDC850 3BDEFFE0 93DB0008 4BA7A3A4 00000000 0401CD0C 4858AD74 065A7A80 00000038 2C030000 4182000C 4BA7E1D1 4BA75284 80780008 2C030000 41820014 8118000C 7C634214 7C7B1850 48000008 8078000C 4BA75260 00000000 043EEA50 48000014 043EEC4C 48000014 043D8C14 48000018 043E9BC4 38600000 043E9DB0 38600000 043D8CF8 60000000 80000000 80406490 80000001 805A7780 8A001001 00000000 045A7790 2F525342 045A7794 4A2F7066 80000001 805A7B00 8A001001 00000000 065A7B10 0000000F 2F525342 4A2F7066 2F736F75 6E642F00 041C6D58 483E0CA8 065A7A00 00000028 9421FF80 BC410008 3C60805A 60637B1F 4BE524A5 B8410008 38210080 4BE52509 4BC1F33C 00000000 065A7900 00000078 9421FF80 7C0802A6 9001000C BC810010 9421FF00 7C872378 54B2BA7E 7CD33378 38800000 9081000C 90810010 90610014 90810018 3880FFFF 9081001C 38610020 90610008 7CE43B78 38A00080 4BE52569 38610008 4BA752A1 60000000 80210000 B8810010 8001000C 7C0803A6 80210000 4E800020 00000000 043E3A14 481C3E8C 065A78A0 00000010 80BC0020 7CA59214 3A400000 4BE3C16C 043DBB64 481CBD6C 065A78D0 00000018 800302A4 2C130000 41820008 7E609B78 3A600000 4BE34284 041CDFF4 483D980C 065A7800 00000098 818C0014 9421FF80 BC410008 3D009034 61089D94 7C034000 4082003C 7C882378 3C60804D 60630000 3C80805A 60847B00 7CC53378 38C04200 80E40080 2C070000 40820014 60000000 480000B9 2C030000 41820010 B8410008 80210000 4BC2679C 70A501FF 3868FFFF 3C80804C 6084FFFF 7C842A14 38A04001 38A5FFFF 8C040001 9C030001 2C050000 4082FFF0 B8410008 80210000 4BC26784 141CD008 483DA6F8 065A7700 00000048 9421FF80 BC410008 7FE3FB78 3C80805A 60847B00 38A00000 38C04000 480001E5 90640080 807F0008 907A0014 907A005C 907A0074 B8410008 80210000 807F0000 4BC258CC 00000000 E0000000 80008000 B. Riivolution This app works like the File Patch code, but it can be used for any game and any file. The only downside is that it is a little more complicated than the File Patch code. You can either use this or the File Patch code to load files for Brawl. *Note* For Riivolution, ALL files must be named EXACTLY as they are on the ISO. (Ex. For the file "mu_menumain_en.pac", you must remove the "_en" to use it with the File Patch code, but you must keep it to use it with Riivolution. 1. Download the latest version of Riivolution from here: http://rvlution.net/riivolution.zip. 2. Extract it to somewhere on your computer. 3. Download the File Patch XML for Brawl here: http://rvlution.net/riivolution/images/ ... Bfiles.xml. (This is so that you can place files where they would go if you were using the File Patch code, since most people provide instructions based on that.) 4. Copy the "riivolution" folder out of the "apps" folder on your computer and paste it into the "apps" folder on your SD Card. 5. Create a folder on the root of your SD Card called "riivolution" and copy and paste the File Patch XML into there. 6. If you want to use codes along with Riivolution, follow the steps below. (Skip to step 14 if you've already followed the instructions for Gecko OS above.) 7. Create a folder on the root of your SD Card called "codes". 8. Download the Code Manager here: http://www.mediafire.com/?e2dzz7zdmcds252. 9. Extract it somewhere on your computer. 10. Open the Code Manager. Look to where it says "Game ID". Fill this in with the ID of the game you are making the codes list for. (Ex. Brawl's ID is RSBE01 for NTSC-U, RSBP01 for PAL, and RSBJ01 for NTSC-J) Go to where it says "Game Name" and type in the name of the game. 11. Find the codes that you want to use. A couple of good sites to check out are http://geckocodes.org/ and http://board.gscentral.org/forum.php. 12. To add a code, click on "Add a code/comment/category" and type in a name for the code. It should appear in bold. Click on it, then copy and paste the code into where it says "Code contents". Make sure to click "Store modifications" after you paste in the code. 13. When you are done adding codes, go to File > Save as TXT File. Then, make sure your SD Card is in the computer and click "Export to GCT". Select the drive for your SD Card and click on "Store". 14. Go to here: http://www.mediafire.com/?sharekey=6124 ... 0380de0aff and download the file for your disc region. 15. Extract it onto your computer and move both files to the "riivolution" folder on the root of your SD Card. C. Homebrew Browser This app is useful for finding, downloading, and updating Homebrew easily on your SD Card. It only works with the Homebrew Channel. 1. Download the Homebrew Browser here: http://www.codemii.com/wiihomebrew/home ... v0.3.8.zip. 2. Extract the file to your computer. 3. Copy the "homebrew_browser" folder and paste it into the "apps" folder on your SD Card. 3. Downloading and Using Brawl Hacks Now that you have Homebrew set up and an app to load files with, you'll need files to load. Where can you find files? Right here of course! Look around the forums and BrawlVault to find hacks that you like and download them to your computer. All files must be named correctly in order for them to work. Look at the lists below for where to put the files and what to name them. This list works for both the File Patch code and Riivolution, as long as you used the File Patch XML for Riivolution. (Replace the (X)'s in the file locations with the proper SD drive location and disc region. Characters Characters belong in the following location: (X):\private\wii\app\RSB(X)\pf\Fighter\(Character Name)\ Here are the names for each character: Quote from: Falco400/SMK Captain Falcon:   captain King Dedede:   dedede Diddy Kong:   diddy Donkey Kong:   donkey Falco:      falco Fox:      fox Mr. Game & Watch:  gamewatch Ganondorf:   ganon Giga Bowser:   gkoopa Ike:      ike Kirby:      kirby Bowser:      koopa Link:      link Lucario:   lucario Lucas:      lucas Luigi:      luigi Mario:      mario Marth:      marth Meta Knight:   metaknight Ness:      ness Peach:      peach Pikachu:   pikachu Captain Olimar:   pikmin Pit:      pit Ivysaur:   pokefushigisou Charizard:   pokelizardon Pokémon Trainer:poketrainer Squirtle:   pokezenigame Ice Climbers:   popo Jigglypuff:         purin R.O.B.:      robot Samus:      samus Sheik:      sheik Snake:      snake Sonic:      sonic Zero Suit Samus:  szerosuit Toon Link:   toonlink Wario:      wario Warioman:   warioman Wolf:      wolf Yoshi:      yoshi Zelda:      zelda Green Alloy:   zakoball Yellow Alloy:   zakochild Blue Alloy:   zakogirl Red Alloy:    zakoboy Character Colors by File Number: Quote from: Stack Smash Captain Falcon 00-Original 01-Blood Hawk 02-Green 03-Blue 04-Black 05-Pink Dedede 00-Original 02-Green 03-White 04-Grayscale 05-Purple 06-Pink Diddy Kong 00-Original 02-Green 03-Blue 04-Pink 05-Yellow 06-Purple Donkey Kong 00-Original 01-Red 02-Green 03-Blue 04-Black 05-White Falco 00-Original 01-Red 02-Green 03-Blue 04-Black 05-Yellow Fox 00-Original 01-Red 02-Green 03-Blue 04-Black 05-White Ganondorf 00-Original 01-Red 02-Green 03-Blue 04-Grandpa Ganon 05-Brown Ike 00-Original 01-Red 02-Green 03-Blue 04-Another Kind Of Green 05-Yellow Kirby 00-Original 01-Red 02-Green 03-Blue 04-Yellow 05-White Bowser 00-Original 01-Red 03-Blue 04-Black 05-Pimp Gold 06-Brown Link 00-Original 01-Red 03-Blue 04-Dark 05-White/Light Blue 06-Yellow Lucario 00-Original 01-Red 02-Green 04-Light Blue 05-White Lucas 00-Original 01-Red 02-Green 03-Blue 04-Claus 05-Pink/Purple Luigi 00-Original 01-Red 02-UNUSED-Blue 03-Blue 04-Fire Luigi 05-Orange 06-Waluigi Mario 00-Original 02-Green 03-Jumpman 04-Wario 05-Black 06-Fire Mario Marth 00-Original 01-Red 02-Green 03-Blue 04-Black 05-White Meta-Knight 00-Original 01-Red 02-Green 03-Blue 04-White 05-Pink Ness 00-Original 02-Green 03-Blue 04-Bumble-Bee 05-Fuel 06-Mr.Saturn Peach 00-Original 01-Red 02-Green 03-Blue 04-White 05-Daisy/Yellow Pikachu 00-Original 01-Cap 02-Bandana 03-Googles Olimar 00-Original 01-Red 02-Green 03-Blue 04-White 05-Dirty Helmet (Yellow and Black) Pit 00-Original 01-Red 02-Green 03-Blue 04-Gold 05-Black Pokemon Trainer 00-Original 01-Red 02-Green 03-Blue 04-Light Ice Climbers 00-Original 01-Red 02-Green 03-Blue 04-Dark 05-Light Jigglypuff 00-Normal 01-Flower 02-Sleep Hat 03-Japan Hat 04-Trainer Cap ROB 00-Original 02-Green 03-Blue 04-Pink/Purple 05-Yellow 06-NES Samus 00-Original 01-Pink 02-Green 03-Fusion/Blue 04-Gravity Suit/Purple 05-Dark Suit/Black Zelda 00-Original 01-Red 02-Green 03-Blue 04-Black 05-Ocarina of Time colors Snake 00-Original 01-Red/Black 02-Green 03-Blue 04-"IDK WTF this is" camo 05-Wild Feline camo Sonic 00-Original 01-Red 02-Green 04-Gold 05-Black Toon Link 00-Original 01-Red 03-Blue 04-Purple 05-NES Link 06-Dark Wario 00-Original (WarioWare) 01-Red (WarioWare) 02-Green (WarioWare) 03-Blue (WarioWare) 04-Black & Red (WarioWare) 05-Orange & Blue (WarioWare) 06-Original (Overall) 07-Red (Overall) 08-Green (Overall) 09-Blue (Overall) 10-WarioLand 2 color (Overall) 11-WarioLand 3 color (Overall) Wolf 00-Original 01-Red 02-Green 03-Blue 04-Black 05-Red & White Yoshi 00-Original 01-Red 03-Blue 04-Yellow 05-Pink 06-Light Blue The transforming characters (Zero Suit Samus/Samus, Wario/Wario Man, Bowser/Giga Bowser, Pokemon Trainer/Squirtle/Ivysaur/Charizard) all need .pac files along with .pcs files for textures to work correctly. Stages Normal stages belong in the following location: (X):\private\wii\app\RSB(X)\pf\stage\melee\ SSE stages (NOT MODEL SWAPPED STAGES, only the actual SSE stages) belong in: (X):\private\wii\app\RSB(X)\pf\stage\adventure\ You'll know if a stage is an actual SSE stage because it's file name will be a bunch of numbers. (Ex. 420101.pac) Stage Names: Quote Battle Field      STGBATTLEFIELD.PAC Yoshi's Island      STGCRAYON.PAC Delphino Plaza      STGDOLPIC.PAC 75m         STGDONKEY.PAC Big Blue (Melee)   STGDXBIGBLUE.PAC Corneria (Melee)   STGDXCORNERIA.PAC Jungle Japes (Melee)   STGDXGARDEN.PAC Green Greens (Melee)   STGDXGREENS.PAC Onett (Melee)      STGDXONETT.PAC Pokemon Stadium (Melee)   STGDXPSTADIUM.PAC Rainbow Cruise (Melee)   STGDXRCRUISE.PAC Temple (Melee)      STGDXSHRINE.PAC Yoshi's Island (Melee)   STGDXYORSTER.PAC Brinstar (Melee)   STGDXZEBES.PAC Distant Planet      STGEARTH.PAC Custom Stage (Nature)  STGEDIT_0.PAC Custom Stage (Factory) STGEDIT_1.PAC Custom Stage (Ruins)    STGEDIT_2.PAC Castle Siege (Transition)   STGEMBLEM.PAC Castle Siege (Outside)      STGEMBLEM_00.PAC Castle Siege (Inside)        STGEMBLEM_01.PAC Castle Siege (Lava Cave)  STGEMBLEM_02.PAC Mario Bros.      STGFAMICOM.PAC Final Destination   STGFINAL.PAC Port Town Aero Dive   STGFZERO.PAC Green Hill      STGGREENHILL.PAC Flat Zone 2      STGGW.PAC Halberd         STGHALBERD.PAC Summit         STGICE.PAC Rumble Falls      STGJUNGLE.PAC Mario Circuit      STGKART.PAC Warioware, Inc.      STGMADEIN.PAC Luigi's Mansion      STGMANSION.PAC Mushroomy Kingdom 1   STGMARIOPAST_00.PAC Mushroomy Kingdom 2   STGMARIOPAST_01.PAC Shadow Moses Isle (Rex)   STGMETALGEAR_00.PAC Shadow Moses Isle (Ray)   STGMETALGEAR_01.PAC Shadow Moses (Gecko)   STGMETALGEAR_02.PAC New Pork City      STGNEWPORK.PAC Norfair         STGNORFAIR.PAC Bridge of Eldin      STGOLDIN.PAC Frigate Orpheon      STGORPHEON.PAC Skyworld      STGPALUTENA.PAC Pictochat      STGPICTCHAT_en.PAC Pirate Ship      STGPIRATES.PAC Hanenbow      STGPLANKTON.PAC Pokemon Stadium 2   STGSTADIUM.PAC Lylat Cruise (Asteroids)  STGSTARFOX_ASTEROID.PAC Lylat Cruise (Battleships)  STGSTARFOX_BATTLESHIP.PAC Lylat Cruise (Corneria)  STGSTARFOX_CORNERIA.PAC Lylat Cruise (Main Ship)  STGSTARFOX_GDIFF.PAC Lylat Cruise (Space)   STGSTARFOX_SPACE.PAC Target Test 1   STGTARGETLV1.PAC Target Test 2   STGTARGETLV2.PAC Target Test 3   STGTARGETLV3.PAC Target Test 4   STGTARGETLV4.PAC Target Test 5   STGTARGETLV5.PAC Spear Pillar (Dialga)   STGTENGAN_1.PAC Spear Pillar (Palkia)   STGTENGAN_2.PAC Spear Pillar (Cresselia)STGTENGAN_3.PAC Smashville   STGVILLAGE_00.PAC Smashville   STGVILLAGE_01.PAC Smashville   STGVILLAGE_02.PAC Smashville   STGVILLAGE_03.PAC Smashville   STGVILLAGE_04.PAC Music Music only works with File Patch code versions over 3.1 (and Riivolution of course). Songs belong in: (X):\private\wii\app\RSB(X)\pf\sound\strm\ A full list of songs and what to name them can be found here: http://www.mediafire.com/?jgmd833x1l0bpjn. (Not made by me, but I forgot who made it... Sorry!) *Note* If your music sounds like static, or the song cuts off randomly and a new song starts, or the song doesn't sound like it should, first try defragmenting your SD Card. If that doesn't work, back up everything on your SD Card and then format it. Sound Effects Sound effects can ONLY be used with Riivolution. The most stable File Patch Code (3.5.1) DOES NOT support sound effects. The file "smashbros_sound.brsar" is the file used for sound effects in game, such as character/announcer voices. This file is often edited for completely new characters. It belongs in: (X):\private\wii\app\RSB(X)\pf\sound\ Menus Most hacks for the menus are in the mu_menumain.pac, sc_selcharacter.pac, and sc_selmap.pac files. The mu_menumain.pac file belongs in: (X):\private\wii\app\RSB(X)\pfmenu2\ (Not a typo. Create a new folder in your RSBE folder called "pfmenu2" for the mu_menumain.pac.) The other files above belong in: (X):\private\wii\app\RSB(X)\pf\menu2\ System Files The system files that are most commonly edited are common3.pac and common5.pac All of the common_.pac files belong in: (X):\private\wii\app\RSB(X)\pf\system\ Strap Loaders This is the screen that appears before the opening movie which reminds you to wear the wrist strap/don’t hit people. It’s very popular to edit. It belongs in: (X):\private\wii\app\RSB(X)\pf\menu\strap\ Rel Files These files allow you to replace a stage in Brawl with a stage that uses a different Brawl stage as a base. For example, if somebody created a stage based off of Final Destination, you could use a rel file to load it over Hanenbow instead. They belong in: (X):\private\wii\app\RSB(X)\pf\module\ For help in naming or creating rel files, visit this page: http://ssbbcustom.wikia.com/wiki/Module_files. 4. Making Brawl Hacks Ok, so you have Homebrew installed and know how to load Brawl hacks. Now, you can learn how to make them. Making Textures 1. Download BrawlBox, an essential tool for anyone who wants to make any type of Brawl hack. The latest version can be found here: http://brawltools.googlecode.com/files/ ... v0.63d.zip. 2. Extract BrawlBox to somewhere on your computer. 3. You will need Brawl's original files to base your hacks off of. All of the files except for the movies can be found here: http://www.mediafire.com/?sharekey=bf68 ... 49b5870170. 4. Download whatever files you need. They are located in the same way they are placed on the SD Card. (Ex. If you want to download Captain Falcon's main file, go to Data Partition > fighter > captain > FitCaptain00.pac.) 5. Open the file in BrawlBox. If you want to make a simple texture hack, right click on where it says "TextureData[0]" and click on "Export All". Create a folder wherever you want to export the textures to and click Ok. 6. Open the textures in an image editor (Ex. Paint.NET, downloadable here: http://www.dotpdn.com/downloads/pdn.html, or GIMP, downloadable here: http://www.gimp.org/downloads/&#41; and edit them as you wish. Save the edited files over the original files. 7. Open the original file in BrawlBox, right click "TextureData[0]" and click on "Replace All". Find the folder where you have all of your edited files and click Ok. 8. Click on the + sign next to "ModelData[0]" and then the + sign next to "3DModels(NW4R)". Right click the MDL0 (Ex. FitCaptain00) and click on "Preview". If you can't see anything, try zooming out by pulling the mouse wheel backwards. To move around, hold the right mouse button and move the mouse. You'll be able to see what your texture looks like on the character/stage. Exit the preview when you are done looking. 9. Go to File > Save As and save the finished file to wherever you want. If you are making characters, make sure to save as a .pcs file (.pac is optional, unless you are making a texture for one of the transforming characters listed above). If you are making stages, make sure to save as a .pac file. CSPs (Character Selection Portraits) If you download a character and you receive a picture file along with it, this is what it is supposed to be used for. CSPs are the pictures of the character that appear on the Character Selection Screen. Note that these are completely optional and don't have to be used along with the character. Here's how to put them into the game. 1. Download the original common5.pac from the link above and open it in BrawlBox. 2. Expand (Click the + button next to) "sc_selcharacter_en" and then "char_bust_tex_lz77". 3. Each of the "MiscData[_]" files contain the CSPs for a different character. Expand the MiscData and then expand the "Textures(NW4R)" within them. Click on each TEX0 file to see the original CSPs for that character. 4. Expand each of the MiscDatas until you find the character you want. Choose the color that you have the file set over and then right click the TEX0. Click on "Replace", and then find the image that came with the downloaded file (or your own image if you are making CSPs). When you are done, save the common5.pac file and put it in your SD Card. 5. If you are using an sc_selcharacter.pac file (Ex. A custom CSS), you'll have to do the following steps for your CSPs to appear. 6. Open your common5.pac in BrawlBox. Expand "sc_selcharacter_en" and right click on "char_bust_tex_lz77". Click "Export" and save it to your computer. 7. Now open up the sc_selcharacter.pac file you downloaded in BrawlBox. Expand it and find "char_bust_tex_lz77". Right click it and hit "Replace". Find the "char_bust_tex_lz77" you exported from your common5.pac. 8. Save the sc_selcharacter.pac file and put it on your SD Card. Quote from: Archangel Chuy on August 28, 2010, 03:22:58 PM Finally got a chance to read this and i must say it's very easy and newbie friendly But might want to add this in: Quote from: Miniova on July 14, 2010, 11:57:53 AM Hey here's something you can add to the guide for people who can't seem to figure it out.  Its a list I made that corresponds every csp with it's file. Code: Mario MenSelchrFaceB.001 - FitMario00 MenSelchrFaceB.002 - FitMario06 MenSelchrFaceB.003 - FitMario03 MenSelchrFaceB.004 - FitMario04 MenSelchrFaceB.005 - FitMario05 MenSelchrFaceB.006 - FitMario02 Donkey Kong MenSelchrFaceB.011 - FitDonkey00 MenSelchrFaceB.012 - FitDonkey04 MenSelchrFaceB.013 - FitDonkey01 MenSelchrFaceB.014 - FitDonkey03 MenSelchrFaceB.015 - FitDonkey02 MenSelchrFaceB.016 - FitDonkey05 Link MenSelchrFaceB.021 - FitLink00 MenSelchrFaceB.022 - FitLink01 MenSelchrFaceB.023 - FitLink03 MenSelchrFaceB.024 - FitLink05 MenSelchrFaceB.025 - FitLink06 MenSelchrFaceB.026 - FitLink04 Samus MenSelchrFaceB.031 - FitSamus00 MenSelchrFaceB.032 - FitSamus03 MenSelchrFaceB.033 - FitSamus01 MenSelchrFaceB.034 - FitSamus05 MenSelchrFaceB.035 - FitSamus04 MenSelchrFaceB.036 - FitSamus02 Yoshi MenSelchrFaceB.041 - FitYoshi00 MenSelchrFaceB.042 - FitYoshi01 MenSelchrFaceB.043 - FitYoshi03 MenSelchrFaceB.044 - FitYoshi04 MenSelchrFaceB.045 - FitYoshi05 MenSelchrFaceB.046 - FitYoshi06 Kirby MenSelchrFaceB.051 - FitKirby00 MenSelchrFaceB.052 - FitKirby04 MenSelchrFaceB.053 - FitKirby03 MenSelchrFaceB.054 - FitKirby01 MenSelchrFaceB.055 - FitKirby02 MenSelchrFaceB.056 - FitKirby05 Fox MenSelchrFaceB.061 - FitFox00 MenSelchrFaceB.062 - FitFox04 MenSelchrFaceB.063 - FitFox01 MenSelchrFaceB.064 - FitFox02 MenSelchrFaceB.065 - FitFox03 MenSelchrFaceB.066 - FitFox05 Pikachu MenSelchrFaceB.071 - FitPikachu00 MenSelchrFaceB.072 - FitPikachu01 MenSelchrFaceB.073 - FitPikachu02 MenSelchrFaceB.074 - FitPikachu03 Luigi MenSelchrFaceB.081 - FitLuigi00 MenSelchrFaceB.082 - FitLuigi05 MenSelchrFaceB.083 - FitLuigi01 MenSelchrFaceB.084 - FitLuigi03 MenSelchrFaceB.085 - FitLuigi04 MenSelchrFaceB.086 - FitLuigi06 Captain Falcon MenSelchrFaceB.091 - FitCaptain00 MenSelchrFaceB.092 - FitCaptain04 MenSelchrFaceB.093 - FitCaptain01 MenSelchrFaceB.094 - FitCaptain02 MenSelchrFaceB.095 - FitCaptain03 MenSelchrFaceB.096 - FitCaptain05 Ness MenSelchrFaceB.101 - FitNess00 MenSelchrFaceB.102 - FitNess05 MenSelchrFaceB.103 - FitNess04 MenSelchrFaceB.104 - FitNess02 MenSelchrFaceB.105 - FitNess03 MenSelchrFaceB.106 - FitNess06 Bowser MenSelchrFaceB.111 - FitKoopa00 MenSelchrFaceB.112 - FitKoopa04 MenSelchrFaceB.113 - FitKoopa01 MenSelchrFaceB.114 - FitKoopa03 MenSelchrFaceB.115 - FitKoopa05 MenSelchrFaceB.116 - FitKoopa06 Peach MenSelchrFaceB.121 - FitPeach00 MenSelchrFaceB.122 - FitPeach05 MenSelchrFaceB.123 - FitPeach01 MenSelchrFaceB.124 - FitPeach03 MenSelchrFaceB.125 - FitPeach02 MenSelchrFaceB.126 - FitPeach04 Zelda MenSelchrFaceB.131 - FitZelda00 MenSelchrFaceB.132 - FitZelda01 MenSelchrFaceB.133 - FitZelda03 MenSelchrFaceB.134 - FitZelda05 MenSelchrFaceB.135 - FitZelda02 MenSelchrFaceB.136 - FitZelda04 Sheik MenSelchrFaceB.141 - FitSheik00 MenSelchrFaceB.142 - FitSheik01 MenSelchrFaceB.143 - FitSheik03 MenSelchrFaceB.144 - FitSheik05 MenSelchrFaceB.145 - FitSheik02 MenSelchrFaceB.146 - FitSheik04 Ice Climbers MenSelchrFaceB.151 - FitPopo00 MenSelchrFaceB.152 - FitPopo01 MenSelchrFaceB.153 - FitPopo03 MenSelchrFaceB.154 - FitPopo04 MenSelchrFaceB.155 - FitPopo02 MenSelchrFaceB.156 - FitPopo05 Marth MenSelchrFaceB.161 - FitMarth00 MenSelchrFaceB.162 - FitMarth01 MenSelchrFaceB.163 - FitMarth02 MenSelchrFaceB.164 - FitMarth04 MenSelchrFaceB.165 - FitMarth05 MenSelchrFaceB.166 - FitMarth03 Mr. Game&Watch MenSelchrFaceB.171-176 - FitGameWatch00 Falco MenSelchrFaceB.181 - FitFalco00 MenSelchrFaceB.182 - FitFalco05 MenSelchrFaceB.183 - FitFalco03 MenSelchrFaceB.184 - FitFalco01 MenSelchrFaceB.185 - FitFalco02 MenSelchrFaceB.186 - FitFalco04 Ganondorf MenSelchrFaceB.191 - FitGanon00 MenSelchrFaceB.192 - FitGanon04 MenSelchrFaceB.193 - FitGanon03 MenSelchrFaceB.194 - FitGanon02 MenSelchrFaceB.195 - FitGanon01 MenSelchrFaceB.196 - FitGanon05 Meta Knight MenSelchrFaceB.211 - FitMetaKnight00 MenSelchrFaceB.212 - FitMetaKnight04 MenSelchrFaceB.213 - FitMetaKnight01 MenSelchrFaceB.214 - FitMetaKnight02 MenSelchrFaceB.215 - FitMetaKnight03 MenSelchrFaceB.216 - FitMetaKnight05 Pit MenSelchrFaceB.221 - FitPit00 MenSelchrFaceB.222 - FitPit04 MenSelchrFaceB.223 - FitPit01 MenSelchrFaceB.224 - FitPit02 MenSelchrFaceB.225 - FitPit03 MenSelchrFaceB.226 - FitPit05 Zero Suit Samus MenSelchrFaceB.231 - FitSZeroSuit00 MenSelchrFaceB.232 - FitSZeroSuit03 MenSelchrFaceB.233 - FitSZeroSuit01 MenSelchrFaceB.234 - FitSZeroSuit05 MenSelchrFaceB.235 - FitSZeroSuit04 MenSelchrFaceB.236 - FitSZeroSuit02 Captain Olimar MenSelchrFaceB.241 - FitPikmin00 MenSelchrFaceB.242 - FitPikmin04 MenSelchrFaceB.243 - FitPikmin01 MenSelchrFaceB.244 - FitPikmin05 MenSelchrFaceB.245 - FitPikmin02 MenSelchrFaceB.246 - FitPikmin03 Lucas MenSelchrFaceB.251 - FitLucas00 MenSelchrFaceB.252 - FitLucas04 MenSelchrFaceB.253 - FitLucas01 MenSelchrFaceB.254 - FitLucas03 MenSelchrFaceB.255 - FitLucas02 MenSelchrFaceB.256 - FitLucas05 Diddy Kong MenSelchrFaceB.261 - FitDiddy00 MenSelchrFaceB.262 - FitDiddy05 MenSelchrFaceB.263 - FitDiddy04 MenSelchrFaceB.264 - FitDiddy06 MenSelchrFaceB.265 - FitDiddy02 MenSelchrFaceB.266 - FitDiddy03 Pokemon Trainer MenSelchrFaceB.271 - FitPokeTrainer00 MenSelchrFaceB.272 - FitPokeTrainer01 MenSelchrFaceB.273 - FitPokeTrainer02 MenSelchrFaceB.274 - FitPokeTrainer03 MenSelchrFaceB.275 - FitPokeTrainer04 Charizard MenSelchrFaceB.281-285 - See 271-275 Squirtle MenSelchrFaceB.291-295 - See 271-275 Ivysaur MenSelchrFaceB.301-305 - See 271-275 King Dedede MenSelchrFaceB.311 - FitDedede00 MenSelchrFaceB.312 - FitDedede06 MenSelchrFaceB.313 - FitDedede02 MenSelchrFaceB.314 - FitDedede05 MenSelchrFaceB.315 - FitDedede03 MenSelchrFaceB.316 - FitDedede04 Lucario MenSelchrFaceB.321 - FitLucario00 MenSelchrFaceB.322 - FitLucario01 MenSelchrFaceB.323 - FitLucario04 MenSelchrFaceB.324 - FitLucario05 MenSelchrFaceB.325 - FitLucario02 Ike MenSelchrFaceB.331 - FitIke00 MenSelchrFaceB.332 - FitIke05 MenSelchrFaceB.333 - FitIke04 MenSelchrFaceB.334 - FitIke03 MenSelchrFaceB.335 - FitIke02 MenSelchrFaceB.336 - FitIke01 R.O.B. MenSelchrFaceB.341 - FitRobot00 MenSelchrFaceB.342 - FitRobot06 MenSelchrFaceB.343 - FitRobot05 MenSelchrFaceB.344 - FitRobot04 MenSelchrFaceB.345 - FitRobot03 MenSelchrFaceB.346 - FitRobot02 Jigglypuff MenSelchrFaceB.361 - FitPurin00 MenSelchrFaceB.362 - FitPurin01 MenSelchrFaceB.363 - FitPurin04 MenSelchrFaceB.364 - FitPurin03 MenSelchrFaceB.365 - FitPurin02 Wario MenSelchrFaceB.371 - FitWario00 MenSelchrFaceB.372 - FitWario01 MenSelchrFaceB.373 - FitWario05 MenSelchrFaceB.374 - FitWario02 MenSelchrFaceB.375 - FitWario04 MenSelchrFaceB.376 - FitWario03 MenSelchrFaceB.377 - FitWario06 MenSelchrFaceB.378 - FitWario07 MenSelchrFaceB.379 - FitWario09 MenSelchrFaceB.380 - FitWario08 MenSelchrFaceB.381 - FitWario10 MenSelchrFaceB.382 - FitWario11 Toon Link MenSelchrFaceB.401 - FitToonLink00 MenSelchrFaceB.402 - FitToonLink01 MenSelchrFaceB.403 - FitToonLink03 MenSelchrFaceB.404 - FitToonLink04 MenSelchrFaceB.405 - FitToonLink05 MenSelchrFaceB.406 - FitToonLink06 MenSelchrFaceB.411-416 - Blank Wolf MenSelchrFaceB.431 - FitWolf00 MenSelchrFaceB.432 - FitWolf01 MenSelchrFaceB.433 - FitWolf04 MenSelchrFaceB.434 - FitWolf02 MenSelchrFaceB.435 - FitWolf03 MenSelchrFaceB.436 - FitWolf05 Snake MenSelchrFaceB.451 - FitSnake00 MenSelchrFaceB.452 - FitSnake01 MenSelchrFaceB.453 - FitSnake03 MenSelchrFaceB.454 - FitSnake04 MenSelchrFaceB.455 - FitSnake02 MenSelchrFaceB.456 - FitSnake05 Sonic MenSelchrFaceB.461 - FitSonic00 MenSelchrFaceB.462 - FitSonic05 MenSelchrFaceB.463 - FitSonic04 MenSelchrFaceB.464 - FitSonic02 MenSelchrFaceB.465 - FitSonic01 5. Downgrading Your Wii Warning: The following tutorials are the most likely parts of this guide to cause permanent damage to your Wii if not followed properly. Make sure to follow all instructions carefully and if you have any doubts whatsoever, don't do it. DO NOT UPDATE YOUR WII. I repeat: Do NOT update your Wii! The most recent updates (4.2 and 4.3) have done NOTHING to improve the Wii. Their only purpose was to try to wipe out Homebrew. As such, certain Homebrew applications may not work if you update your Wii. If you have updated your Wii and a certain Homebrew app doesn't work, downgrade to a more stable version using these tutorials (The tutorials don't only work for the menu versions specified, but it's recommended that you use the tutorial that corresponds with your system menu.): 3.3 or 3.4 to 3.2 I believe this one came from somewhere on GBATemp, but I have not been able to relocate the source, so I'm not sure who to credit. Just note, I did not make the downgrade tutorial. 4.2 or above to 4.1 Quote from: Hells Guardian on GSCentral I honestly Highly advise that anyone using 4.2 ditch it imeadiately! I say this not because 4.2 is a bad version but rather because it offers no added to functionality AT ALL!! It was nothing but an attack on Homebrew both legit and piracy related! I appologize for the wait as my system was turned into a paper weight by the 4.2 update. Fortunately I was able to recover it with a Nand programer. I love that damn mod chip. I was able to install a copy of bootmii boot2 back into the nand with the nand flasher and from there fully recover the system menu. Now for the information all have been waiting for. It's a simple task really here is the download containing everything you will need. This download is just Over 76MB So It May Take Awhile! It took me 9 minutes with Low End Cable Internet to download... Also took about the same to upload though. This pack works for NTSC-U. Use at your own risk for the other regions! http://www.mediafire.com/?tw2nmzkmnjk 1. (skip this if you already have the HBC and bootmii IOS or boot2 installed on the system) use your preffered exploit to launch the Hackmii installer and install the latest version of bootmii and the HBC. (I personally prefer not to update my HBC as it does cause compatability issues with many of the older apps because of the new Title ID. All apps still function but many will fail to load back into the HBC.) I Recomend BannerBombv2 for this. I can be downloade here. You will also find the instructions on how to use it here. I will not be answering questions on this. http://bannerbomb.qoid.us/index.new.php go here to find the latest version of Team Twiizers Hackmii installer. http://bootmii.org/ 2. Copy the contents of the download to the root of your SD card. I advise that you use a fresh SD card for this. 3. From the HBC run the Cboot2 installer. This will install a custom version of the bootmii ppc executable file to the SD card. 4. Launch bootmii. Either boot2 or IOS version will work. Instead of loading bootmii you should see in the top left the words cBoot2 dol loader or something similar. After a brief time a version of wad manager will boot. 5. From the cBoot2 loaded wad manager App install CIOSv9.wad followed by IOS60.wad then the System Menu Wad for your region. I have inluded System Menu 4.1 for all three regions. Thats it. Now you will be on system menu 4.1 with an old version of Waninkoko's CIOS installed. From here install the latest version of Waninkoko's CIOS and any other hacks you may want. I've also included Start patch 4.1 for all three regions. I advise installing at the very least the disk update check block patch. As an added bonus I've also included a CSM theme for NTSC users on System menu 4.1 that can be installed with the included mymenuify app. 6. What to Do If a Game/Channel Requires a Wii System Update "I just bought [insert name of new game here]! And it says I HAVE to update my Wii! I HAVE to play it!" or "I want to go on the Wii Shop Channel, but it says I have to update my Wii!" ^^^ If either (or both) of the above are you, follow this section carefully, and you'll be able to play the game/use the channel without having to update your Wii. A. Disc Updates for System Menus 4.0 and Above If you have a Wii on versions 4.0 - 4.3, use the Preloader app to patch the system to skip disc update checks easily. This first tutorial only fixes DISC updates. If you want to access the Wii Shop Channel, use the third tutorial below. 1. Download the most recent version of the Preloader (.30) here: http://www.mediafire.com/?fwxo3qs7nym2353. 2. Launch the app through one of the methods explained above. If you're using the Homebrew Channel, rename the .dol file "boot.dol" and place it in a folder called "Preloader" in the "apps" folder of your SD Card. (In other words, your SD Card should look like apps > Preloader > boot.dol) 3. Follow the instructions in the Readme. (Press + to install the Preloader.) Once it's finished installing, you can delete these files off of your SD Card. 4. Use the information found here to create a hacks.ini file. Copy and paste the codes for your system menu into Notepad, then when saving, change "Save as type" to "All files", then name the file "hacks.ini". Place it in the root of your SD Card. 5. Turn on the Wii. The Preloader should launch automatically. Enable the hacks that you want. It is extremely important to enable the "Skip Disc Update Check" if you want it. 6. Once that it is finished, you can delete the Preloader off of your Wii by running the install tool again and hitting - instead of +. You can also leave the Preloader if you want to keep it there. Now, whenever you try to play a game that has a system update on it, it should skip the check, allowing you to play the game without updating your Wii. 7. If the game doesn't seem to be working correctly (refuses to load), run Gecko OS with the disc in the Wii. If the game requires a certain IOS to play, Gecko OS will alert you to that and install it for you. This will not update your entire Wii system menu, but rather just the IOS that is needed. B. Disc Updates for System Menus Below 4.0 If you are on a system menu below 4.0 and have bought a new game that requires a system update, follow this tutorial. 1. Download the 3.3/3.4 to 3.2 downgrade file located here http://www.mediafire.com/?4u6o82c4aqke5od. 2. If you are not on system menu 3.2, follow the readme instructions and downgrade to it. Make sure that all of the files in the "Put onto SD Card" are on your SD Card. 3. Load the Starfall app and read the instructions carefully. (Press B + 1, not B + 2) 4. Make sure to apply the "Skip Disc Update Check" patch. 5. After it's done, you can remove these files from your SD Card. 6. If a certain game doesn't seem to be working correctly (refuses to load), run Gecko OS with the disc in the Wii. If the game requires a certain IOS to play, Gecko OS will alert you to that and install it for you. This will not update your entire Wii system menu, but rather just the IOS that is needed. C. Wii Shop Channel Updates for All System Menus This tutorial will show you how to update your Wii Shop Channel so that it can be accessed without updating the entire system. 1. Download the latest version of WiiSCU (0.25) here: http://www.mediafire.com/?833v8xzdo5497fg. 2. Extract the folder and place it in the "apps" folder of your SD Card if you're using the Homebrew Channel. (Make sure that your SD Card looks like apps > WiiSCU > boot.dol/icon.png/meta.xml) 3. Run WiiSCU and select the Wii Shop Channel. 4. When it's finished, you can delete the file off of your SD Card. Done. Now please people, STOP UPDATING THE WII JUST BECAUSE A GAME/CHANNEL WANTS YOU TO. These are very simple workarounds for that. 6. Other Tutorials Here are some links to other useful tutorials. These are probably more in depth or easier to understand than parts of this post. I've attempted to put them in a relative order from easiest to hardest. If you think there's a good tutorial that I should add to this list, please tell me. Easy Tutorials These tutorials are easily understandable, even to people who don't know very much about the topic. How to Install BrawlBox on a Mac/Linux Texture Hacking Guide Riivolution Guide Stage Guide BCSM-GUI (Tool for Making BRSTMs) Custom CSS/SSS Animation Principles Model Swapping, Glitch Fixing, and Bone Hexing Automatic Polygon Deleter Making THP'S (Brawl's Movie Files) How to Make Practice Stage Based Stages Work with Final Destination 2D Stages How to Fix Multiple MDL0 Headers in One BRRES Advanced Tutorials You might need a little prior knowledge to understand parts of these tutorials, but they are extremely useful to more experienced hackers. MK64's Vertex Hacking Method Without Patching Texture Formats MDL0's From Other Games PSA Guide Animation Tutorials Das Donkey Vertex Box 2.0 English Tutorial GFX Swapping, Vertex Hex Swapping, and Dual Colored Eyes Advanced Vertex Hacking Well, that's all for now. If you need me to add or clarify anything, please tell me. Thanks for reading![/spoiler:1yznlgki] Note: Some of the info in this tutorial is a bit outdated. There is no need to downgrade your Wii because of the release of the exploit "Letterbomb". So if you have an updated Wii with the recent version of System Menu, you DO NOT have to downgrade your Wii. Mods are classified by the character they replace in Brawl: (Pics are censored but the downloads are not.) Peach: Nude Peach: http://www.mediafire.com/?h3h55bl4pvaw4o2 Nude Nurien: http://www.mediafire.com/?bd8d57wh0oj0e Nude Athena Asamiya: http://www.mediafire.com/?z5c6s62267odf Zero Suit Samus: Nude Samus: http://www.mediafire.com/?k913pgtb9l0hvy3 Nude (?) Krystal: http://www.mediafire.com/?bsxhv3jnpsqvbjc Zelda: Nude Zelda: https://www.dropbox.com/s/wc5oudd7o7ygb ... ate%29.rar Nude Morrigan: http://www.mediafire.com/?sharekey=ed62 ... 390b259c5f (Original) http://www.mediafire.com/?sharekey=ed62 ... faa4c6c51e (2P Version) http://www.mediafire.com/?sharekey=ed62 ... 6a5faff527 (Bat Version) http://www.mediafire.com/?sharekey=ed62 ... 082f1c2cd0 (Lilith Version) Other: Nude Sheik: http://www.mediafire.com/download.php?1a61278mliig7cf Nude Ganondorf: http://www.mediafire.com/download.php?gapjucasceyojur Nude Roy (replaces Marth): http://www.mediafire.com/?32n8p6pss30ze6v http://www.mediafire.com/?w95lancdwlu94r0 (Recolors) Naked Snake: http://www.gamefront.com/files/21851384/nakedsnake_pcs Stages: ZSS Final Breastination (replaces Final Destination) http://www.mediafire.com/download.php?32dezmwzhiw List will be updated as more nude hacks are made/found.
can you upload the files some where else? That would be great
Fri, 21 Feb 2014 04:31:30

pootisgottam

I love these models, And I have a wii but it stopped working a long time ago for unknown reasons. T_T Does anyone know how I can port these over to valve files for things like Gmod and SFM?
Sun, 16 Mar 2014 05:57:43

hypnolem

The mediafire links are down, says something about breaking service agreement. Reupload on different site when you can? Gonna try these out on a Emulator lol