Updating nintendo wii firmware
If you can not boot your Flash Kit then you can not run the AK2i bootloader update file.As there is no way to flash the bootloader update to the AK2i with out a DS system, the AK2i must be updated before the system firmware.
The same can be said for the DSi system as well, Deep Labyrinth - Digital Bros will boot on DSi systems with firmware v1.4.0 to v1.4.4.When an AK2i does not contain the proper update the following error message will be displayed when attempting to boot the 2i: Users, who wish to purchase DSi-Ware/e Shop files, transfer DSi-Ware, or use the Web browser, should upgrade their system firmware knowing that it can never be downgraded.While the Public DSi-key was found it only allows for the decryption of things like DSi-Ware. Fw-300 .qstn-title #ya-trending-questions-show-more, #ya-related-questions-show-more #ya-trending-questions-more, #ya-related-questions-more /* DMROS */ .On July 30, 2009 Nintendo released the first of 7 (1.4, 1.4.1, 1.4.2, 1.4.3, 1.4.4, 1.4.5, 1.4.6c) firmware revisions for the DSi.More modern “generation 3” Flash Kit designs (SCDS2, i EVO, i Smart MM) require only an actual ROM icon to bypass the first check and spoof the secondary check with an updatable data file.
Acekard’s older exploit method has forced users to wait for fully functional ROM data updates, which are pulled from a limited pool of known exploitable files.
As the icon is a key feature to circumventing the first check, the icons which change with each bootloader update can not be altered and attempting to do so would render the card unusable and unbootable.
Updating the firmware on any device comes with a degree of risk, the Acekard 2i is no exception to this.
Since the release of the 3DS, Nintendo has once again released firmware revisions (2.0.0-2, 2.1.0-3, 2.1.0-4, 3.0.0-6, 4.0.0-7, 4.1.0-8, 4.2.0-9, 4.3.0-10, 4.4.0-10, 4.5.0-10, 5.0.0-11, 5.1.0-11, 6.0.0-11, 6.1.0-11, 7.0.0-13, 7.1.0-14, 7.1.0-15, 7.1.0-16, 7.2.0-17) which bundle Flash Kit blocking among legitimate software updates.
Updating, blocking, and re-flashing are inevitable processes of this hobby, thankfully the Acekard 2i continues to function on the DSi v1.4.4 and lower and on the 3DS v4.3 and lower.
Many kits have a proper save IC but this information is burned into an area of the chip which is not rewritable by the end-consumer.