Channels marked "Discontinued" have stopped working and are no longer useful in any meaningful capacity. Some of these channels provided limited-time content for upcoming games, TV specials, or similar offerings. Many others, such as Weather, News, and the Check Mii Out and Everybody Votes channels were discontinued June 27, 2013 as part of a phase-out of WiiConnect24.
I've taken a look at why Minna no Nintendo Channel returns a 177404:On a Japanese Wii, the data is loaded from On a US Wii, the data is loaded from Since this is the Japanese server, US/en does not exist, so the channel must be tricked somehow to load from /4/JP/ja/csdata.LZ
I modified the Minna no Nintendo Channel to go to the JP/ja/csdata.LZ, but it fails to get and This was done by changing the US to JP and the en to ja, but it looks like csdata.LZ may contain data from multiple regions, so it is still sending the incorrect US data which is causing error 262000. It looks like the values of the region being sent to the channel needs to be faked as coming from a Japanese system.
I'll be damned...you're banned from WiiSpeak. There is a universal unban code for ocarina floating around the net. You can try applying that ocarina code using Gecko OS 1.9 or newer (it has a channel launcher), but I've had limited success with ocarina on channels.There's also a file on your wii you can hack to change your identifier and unban the console, but I don't have the details on it ATM.
If you look you will see it is actually a channel, not the .wad itself.This is the channels page not homebrew and hasn't been updated in 4 months.Apart from that, there isn't much difference between v1.3 & 1,7 anyway, they both install .wad's
Yes you can use it in TV mode, if it's one of the 1 models that have that feature. For every other situation, plus for everyone who has the handheld-only switch, a Netflix app would be completely pointless cos nobody would be dumb enough to try and use their switch to watch things lol. They'd simply just use ANY other device to watch it. Their smart TV, their laptop, their huge tablet, etc. Whatever it is it'll be better than watching on a screen as small and low resolution as the switch's screen. Who's gonna use that app? People will download the app, just to have it, just in case
Netflix originally offered a Wii Instant Streaming Disc free of charge to all Netflix members. In October 2010, they announced a new version downloadable from the Wii Shop Channel and made the discs obsolete.
To use the Netflix Channel, you need a Netflix account with unlimited streaming. When you first use the Netflix Channel, it will prompt you to enter a code provided by the channel into the Netflix website in order to pair the Wii with your account.
i took your advice and uninstall with the wad manager, then installed the new one. it asked for an update, too. So i uninstalled that one as well, then rebooted (unplugged power), then went to the shop channel and I was finally able to install the new one. It works fine now. Thanks for the tips.
Thanks, I had this exact problem and your solution worked. I used MMM to (re)install and the uninstall Netflix, and then the Wii Shop channel was able to install it.I also had to use dop-mii to install the latest Wii Shop channel.
I realize this is working for most/all of you but I am still having issues. When I go to install the Netflix using wad manager I get error 1029 and can never get Netflix to install without that error message. I have updated shop channel and Netflix starts to download and then says error 204306.I have also installed ISO56 and that has not helped me. Any help at this point would be appreciated.Thank you in advance.
Netflix is a rental company based in California. Online, people can rent DVDs and Blu-ray movies and stream thousands of films over the internet. In January of 2010, Nintendo announced that they were partnering with Netflix so that Wii owners could stream movies on their console to watch on their television by ordering a disc from Netflix. In October of 2010, it was announced that Wii owners could download the Netflix Channel for free using the Wii Shop Channel without using discs. In order to watch movies, users must already have a paid subscription to Netflix. The channel was released in the United States and Canada on October 18, 2010, and service was expanded to include the United Kingdom and Ireland on January 9, 2012.
The Wii Shop Channel allows you to download Wii Channels, WiiWare titles, Virtual Console games and redeem Nintendo Points, as well as obtaining other downloads (subject to availability). A broadband internet connection is required.
It is no longer possible to purchase new content from the Wii Shop. However, for the time being you may continue to re-download content you have purchased or transfer that content from a Wii system to a Wii U system. Be aware that these features will eventually end at a future date.
In the future, we will be closing all services related to the Wii Shop Channel, including redownloading purchased WiiWare, Virtual Console titles, and Wii Channels, as well as Wii System Transfer Tool, which transfers data from the Wii console to the Wii U console.
Now that customers have shifted to Nintendo eShop on Nintendo Switch and Nintendo 3DS family systems, we plan to focus our efforts in those areas. As such, the Wii Shop Channel closed in early 2019 after over twelve years of operation. We sincerely thank our loyal customers for supporting the Wii Shop Channel on their Wii systems. Please note that content downloaded on the Wii Shop Channel can be transferred to a Wii U system using the Wii System Transfer Tool.
Users were able to add Wii Points until March 26, 2018, and were able to purchase content on the Wii Shop Channel until January 30, 2019. In the future we will close all services related to the Wii Shop Channel, including the ability to redownload WiiWare and Virtual Console games, as well as the Wii System Transfer Tool, which transfers data from Wii to the Wii U system. We will announce specific details as that time approaches. 2b1af7f3a8