Wiiflo- Wii’s latest USB loader

Wiiflo is the latest USB loader and it’s quite nice atleast the user interface is.
I have noticed that some games have issues launching where as the older USB loader doesn’t. Older USB loader does not have such a nice user friendly interface as wiiflo does.
Am I gonna go back to the older one? yes & no I am just leaving both installed on my Wii atleast for now anyhow.
I choose to install Wiiflo on an SDcard with a forwarder channel that I installed using Wad manager.
Using the Sdcard requires me to have the SDcard in at all times for Wiiflo to work.
It allows cover downloads via the Wii so no need to grab covers yourself the old USB loader also did this and also had CD covers as well as case covers.
There are multiple options for installing Wiiflo either to the SDcard or the External Harddrive or Installing through priiloader this option is the better because you can set the Wii to boot directly to Wiiflo instead of getting the Black Warning screen and Push A to continue.
Using your external HDD would be problematic if you already have it formatted to WBFS with games on it. If this is the case you will either format the drive losing all your installed games or have to move the games to your PC then format and partition your drive then add the games back on…Then install Wiiflo to the empty partition.
Here’s a video of Wiiflo in action it is pretty nice no doubt.
It’s a short 1 minute video so it won’t be toooo boring;)

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