Last night Fix94 released WiiFlow 4.2 with a huge amount of changes! So without further ado, here it is:
Hey everyone, finally its time again for a release here!
Now we do move up to 4.2 because of all the big additions to wiiflow!
The main new features are
-a FTP Server
-a File Explorer
-a Language Downloader
-a Path Selector for both wiiflow paths and Emulated NAND paths
-a custom banner downloader
-a WAD Installer for Emu NAND Channels
-an automated MIOS installer for different GC games
-a new Source Menu feature to select multiple coverflows to display at the same time
I hope that includes most of the important changes.
You can find the FTP Server and File Explorer in the Home Menu of WiiFlow
The WAD Installer is used via the File Explorer, you can also uninstall Channels now from your Emu NAND using the same way as for every other game
The Language Downloader is located in the general settings as well as the Path Selectors
The custom banner downloader are in the per-game settings, mainly downloading GC banners
To use the automated MIOS installation just use the new “mios” folder in your wiiflow main folder, copy in dm.wad for diosmios, dml.wad for diosmios lite, qfusb.wad for quadforce usb, qfsd.wad for quadforce sd and mios.wad for the regular mios, the wads you need to copy in depend on your personal usage
To use the new Source Menu features just go into the startup settings and enable Multisource, you can use the + button to select more than one source then.
WiiFlow now also has full compatibility to UStealth, a tool to hide your HDD from the WiiU question if you want to format it, check out gbatemp.net/threads/352786 for more details about that tool.
now this is just the list of big things, yet again they are alot of smaller additions and as always bugfixes, cleanups and speedups.
To find out more about the new release you can join the irc channel #wiiflow on irc.abjects.net or just go to the gbatemp.net wiiflow thread and just ask what you want to ask.
Thanks to everyone still supporting the project, especially to fledge68, Ayatus, mamule and all the beta testers and contributors behind the scenes!
Download is as always over on google code.