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amoxiflash
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amoxiflash
Version: 0.2

Platforms: Mobile Gaming, Wii


Categories: System Utilities

Upload date: 28 Jan 12

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License: Freeware

Downloads: 0
File Size: 529 Kb
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amoxiflash

Wiibrew release from Bushing. For use with Infectus multi-console modification chip. Will allow you to flash your NAND backups back to your Wii. From Bushing:

"amoxiflash is a libusb-based program to use the Infectus 1/2 chip to program NAND flash chips. Source code included. It is still highly experimental and only supports a few Wii chips; it will eventually be enhanced to support most commonly available NAND Flash chips. You will also need to install the included libusb-win32 filter."

 
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