Updating wii firmware without internet
Either of these firmwares is safe, so feel free to choose either one.
4.3 is easier to upgrade to and means that newer discs won't ask you to update any more, so it might be the best choice. This will delete Boot Mii if you have it installed in boot2 and it will need to be reinstalled later.
The third 4.2 method is the most complete without having to reinstall other things, but may require several tries (and a lot of time) to work.
The 4.3 method is the easiest method and most recommended.
Sign Up for free (or Log In if you already have an account) to be able to post messages, change how messages are displayed, and view media in posts. Did Nintendo just install an update on the system that is ineffective until a certain date, and then it decides to update? No, I know I'm connected, but that's not the point.
I've heard that one is being worked on that uses SSBB, but it hasn't been released yet Anyway, What can you do with the homebrew channel you ask?
Play games, play video and audio, and various other activities!
A menu for managing amiibo has been added to System Settings Data for an amiibo can be managed in amiibo Settings, for example by registering the owner’s Mii and nickname to the amiibo, or by deleting data from the amiibo.
The amiibo owner and nickname can also be registered within Super Smash Bros. The Quick Start screen is now also displayed when starting the Wii U console using the TV Button on the Wii U Game Pad.
Or does it have to do with the system updating to keep up with certain content that would be released eventually (presumably accessible via the eshop, aka over the internet)? The point is that it told me it didn't need to connect to the internet to perform the update.