Despite its already great accomplishments, we all know that the homebrew scene for the Nintendo Wii is still in its very early stages. We can liken this, like we've said times before, to taking baby steps.
If you are new to the community, you may want to check out the program RAM Editor from the coder HyperHacker. The developer said it himself, this is just a "simple useless RAM editor with source".
However, RAM Editor will demonstrate to users how to do stuff on the Wii. As much as it is "useless", we do believe that it is a good learning tool for those who are keen on making homebrew stuff for Nintendo's latest console.
RAM Editor's bundled Readme.txt file contains further information on the things that you can do with this. Take a look at it first before doing anything to avoid any sort of problems.
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If you got an error while installing Themes, Software or Games, please, read FAQ.
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