The Homebrew Channel is a freeware homebrew application loader that was developed to provide a way of easily running unofficial software on the Wii console. Once installed, it appears as a standard Wii Channel on the Wii Menu. When launched, it displays a list of applications found on an SD card or USB drive. The user then can control and select an application to launch by using a Wii Remote or the GameCube controller. It also accepts application uploads via a USB Gecko or TCP/IP (over WiFi or Ethernet), which allows for quick application testing during development. When first launched from the Wii Menu, the Homebrew Channel will check for updates to itself and automatically download them if the user chooses to do so.
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... System Menu Version Date Released Region Channel updated and description of update 4.3 November 6, 2012 New version of the Wii Shop Channel ... September 7, 2010 Updates Wii Shop Channel again (people with older firmware are unable to access it without updating theirs) ... June 21, 2010 Updates Wii Shop Channel again (people with older firmware are unable to access it without updating theirs) ...
... it is unclear what effect installation of the Homebrew Channel will have on the warranty ... Nintendo maintains that the installation of the Homebrew Channel voids the warranty on a Wii and that users will no longer be protected by warranty from console defects ... used with the product in order to retain the warranty, this may not apply as the Homebrew Channel is software, not a physical computer part ...
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