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Detailed Breakdown Of The Latest Wii Mod Chip
The 4th Generation of chips for the Wii are starting to surface, we are proud to present one of the most
promising of them all the Wode Wii mod chip, the Wode is more than just a mod chip for Wii and really is a
revolution in the way you will be able to play your backups and out of region games, not only does the
Wode Jukebox lets you play backups of your original games and import games on disc for DMS to D3
drives, but it also has USB support, this means that you will be able to plug in external USB devices such
as USB drives and even USB hard drives to store and load your games from, yes that’s right, you can now
hook up a USB Hard drive to your Wii console and load all your tittles from the hard drive.
This is a revolution in the way you can store and play your original Wii games, loading times are faster
than anything seen before at a massive 8x read rate, no longer will you have problems with scratched
disks, bad burns or even problems with burners and the right media. Note this is a great product for
people that have bought consoles after Aug 09 that would have the D3-2 drives, currently there is no chip
that will allow these D3-2 drives to load backup disks at all, so D3-2 owners would be able to use the
Wode USB loader to load their backups of their original games from a USB HDD, this we believe is one of
the best solutions for people that own these new Wii consoles with the D3-2 drives.
The latest firmware update for the Wii Wode adds one of the most cool features which is the Wode
Jukebox is capable of taking a backup of your original game and then store it on your USB device, be it a
USB flash drive or USB hard drive, having the ability to make a backup of your original Wii game on the
Wii console itself without having to use devices such as the USB Gecko, SD Gecko or the expensive LG
8164D DVD readers is a massive feature.
Anyone that has had to use the USB Gecko or SD Gecko would know they are not a simple device to use
and require the install of the Homebrew channel to work, for most people installing the Homebrew
channel is a little over their heads and thus end up buying an expensive LG DVD reader to make their
backups of their originals, these LG drives can cost as much as each which is more than the price of Wii
Wode Jukebox alone, well that is no more with the Wode mod chip, this little device does so much, boot
your backup disks, allow booting from a Hard Drive and make backups of your original games to hard
drive with ease.
The Wii Wode Jukebox comes with an easy to use LCD screen built into the stand that displays what titles
you have on the external USB storage and a neat little toggle switch to let you navigate the hard drive,
just find the title you are looking for and at the press of a button the game is loaded directly off the hard
drive, it has never been this simple and practical. You can now have your entire collection of Wii games
stored on a hard drive which are easily accessible using the LCD screen and toggle switch to load, all your
original games can be kept in a safe place and in perfect condition, the Wode modchip really is a
revolution for the Wii console and takes it to the next level, the possibilities for this device are almost
endless. We are sure this little baby will be the catalyst on a host of applications that can be executed
from it to add an even more deep Wii experience, the Wode is based on Linux software and thus many
Linux apps could be ported to be loaded on the Wii, so expect Media Players, Web Browsers and more to
be developed to be launched using this incredible device.
The programmers behind the Wii Wode Jukebox are some of the most talented and respected in the
homebrew community, so you can be assured that this little baby is not just a device that comes how it is
and never has functions or features added.
We predict over the next year many handy and useful features will be added to the Wode and like we said
above, really just expand the experience you get from your Wii console This product really is something to
be excited about and any Wii user that currently has a chip may even want to upgrade to the Wode as we
really think these devices are so much more than a mod chip to let you play legitimate backups of your
original games, they are not only a chip but a gateway to many new ways to use your Wii console.
As some of you might know, loading games from an external hard drive was made possible early 09 via
the Homebrew channel and USB loader, the downside to this is installing the homebrew channel and the
USB loader can be very tricky and most end users would have no idea where to start, also softmoding and
using such USB loaders you run the risk of bricking your Wii in the process, and as we have seen from the
latest update from Nintendo 4.2 can be dangerous as this update detected the USB loader and softmods
and would delete them from the console, and the update even bricked some machines.
The Wode USB loader does not require you to install any software what so ever to work, there is no need
for homebrew channel or any tricky software installs to get the device working, it’s simply plug and play
which is what most people want, backing up your Wii titles with the Wode Jukebox is just as simple,
which as we said above is nothing short of a breath of fresh air, because up until now making a backup of
your original games has required way to much from the average end user, this feature alone is worth so
much to the end user.
So in short, if you want the most enhanced experience from your Wii console, being able to boot backups
of your originals, games from other regions on disk, loading from an external hard drive with the ability to
make backups, store 3rd party apps and possibly even 3rd party games, the Wii Wode Jukebox modchip is
really the only device you should look at, yes the price is a little higher than just a normal mod chip, but as
you can see from the text above, this is really not just a mod chip, it’s a total extension of your Wii console,
really in comparison, this device makes normal mod chips price look high when you compare what you
get for you money, and as we said above, this little device is going to evolve and not just stay with the
one basic function, there will be many new functions and uses for Wii Wode made and added as time
goes by, and we know that from the fact it has a very talented programming team behind it, Wode
Jukebox is the next gen must have add-on for your Wii console.
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