As the latest from homebrew developer Waninkoko, Wii Config version 1.0 is the developer's first release of a homebrew semi-brick circumvention tool for the Nintendo Wii.
Wii Config was designed from the ground up to be executable and independent from the Wii's traditional settings menu and will allow users to reconfigure their Wii to resolve semi-brick issues.
Wii Config v1.9 is available for download in DOL and ELF variants (for whatever loader you use most) and is a pretty straightforward configurations menu - if not equally entertaining as the usual Wii menu with its accompanying music.
More confirmations as to whether the application works is still up in the air, but preliminaries suggest that the tool is helpful to those who can't reconfigure from a semi-brick state.
The archives come with no documentation, and so in order to use it, you must familiarize with file loaders and Wii homebrew via external sources. More updates as we get them.
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