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Homebrew browser- any apps for free internet?
criethon
Gold Coast, Queensland
1 posts
theirs one s like wiihttp and wiiftp but they never seem to work- anyone seen any others?
09:30pm 06/07/09 Permalink
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Mantorok
Brisbane, Queensland
3565 posts
You do realise Wiihttpd and FTPii are for running a server on your Wii, not browsing the net?
09:40pm 06/07/09 Permalink
Midda
Brisbane, Queensland
3709 posts
There's an official web browser for the Wii. Any particular reason why you don't want to use that?
10:45pm 06/07/09 Permalink
greazy
Brisbane, Queensland
1255 posts
he's too cheap.

get the official browser, only problem i think is that it doesnt support the latest version of flash but chances are you wont notice the difference.
10:47pm 06/07/09 Permalink
koopz
Brisbane, Queensland
7804 posts
meh.

just use Opera. it works fine if all you want to do is random surfing and youtubing

although for some reason it takes you to 'youtube xl' instead of tubetube, which runs like ass compared to just googling the youbtube content you're after, and then going onto youtube from there.

:/
this looks like it might be promising:

http://nintendo.joystiq.com/2006/10/02/homebrew-okiwi-web-browser/

last edited by koopz at 23:55:52 06/Jul/09
11:52pm 06/07/09 Permalink
Midda
Brisbane, Queensland
3713 posts
That's for the DS, and from 2006. Pretty sure it never came out.
11:01am 07/07/09 Permalink
criethon
Gold Coast, Queensland
2 posts
cheap?
$15 isn't worth wat u get
[hence me serching on homebrew]
10:51pm 07/07/09 Permalink
koopz
Brisbane, Queensland
7808 posts
lol Midda you're right!
11:49pm 07/07/09 Permalink
greazy
Brisbane, Queensland
1266 posts
cheap?
$15 isn't worth wat u get
[hence me serching on homebrew]
I'm calling you cheap
12:30am 08/07/09 Permalink
Tollaz0r!
Brisbane, Queensland
9737 posts

cheap?
$15 isn't worth wat u get
[hence me serching on homebrew]


Or you could just do 30 mins of overtime and use that money to buy it and save yourself an awful lot of time wasted looking for one.
06:38am 08/07/09 Permalink
paveway
Brisbane, Queensland
10052 posts
i heard they have the internet on computers these days
07:58am 08/07/09 Permalink
Mantorok
Brisbane, Queensland
3574 posts
$15 isn't worth wat u get
It's 500 Nintendo points, which is $7.50.
12:11pm 08/07/09 Permalink
Denominator
Brisbane, Queensland
676 posts
DSi uses opera browser
04:18pm 08/07/09 Permalink
criethon
Gold Coast, Queensland
3 posts
and 30 mins of overtime for me isn't anything
btw is $6 an hour child labor in oz?

and they don't sell wii points in lots of 500- only a 1000

is the dsi worth getting over a normal ds with r4?
09:58pm 12/07/09 Permalink
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