You will find the real power of the Wii when you learn how to unlock the Wii. The Wii is already a great gaming system, but you will be amazed even more once you unlock this machine. You will have the ability to download games, play backed up games, play DVD's and mp4 files, listen to the radio, and much more. You will never run out of things to do when you unlock your Wii. Below are a few different ways to learn how to unlock your Wii.
To unlock a Wii, you will need:
- Computer with Internet
- Mod chip (optional)
- Use the Wii Membership site to unlock the Wii. There is software on the Wii membership site that you can use to unlock your Wii in no time. Once your Wii is unlocked, you will have access to a lot of information and entertainment on their database such as TV shows, movies, and games. You will be charged a one time fee to join the Wii membership site. Also, be aware that you might have to burn the media that you want to a DVD, and then play the information from the DVD on the Wii.
- Unlock the Wii with the Homebrew software. The Wii Power Up site makes it pretty simple to install Homebrew. A great thing about using Homebrew to unlock the Wii is that it does not require burning DVD's, because everything is done on the Wii console. Using Homebrew just gives you access to some of the Wii games but not all of them. You will still be able to play DVD's and backup existing Wii games using the Homebrew software.
- Purchase a mod chip to unlock the Wii. This is one of the least recommended ways to unlock the Wii because your Warranty will become void once you open up the Wii console. You will need to have some technical skill, because the mod chip has to be installed on the Wii circuit board to be able to get added new features on the Wii.
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