Updating malaak homebrew channel
However, if you just go ahead and install all available updates there's a reasonable chance your channels will update properly.
To install either one, just extract the application files to your Wii SD card's "apps" folder (you can find more information on installing homebrew apps on the last page of my step-by-step Wii homebrew installation guide).Updating is recommended to gain access to USB 2.0 functionality.The Hack Mii Installer v0.8 includes all these changes.Team Twiizers has found a way to install HBC, DVDx, and Boot Mii on 4.2. Team Twiizers has found an IOS exploit to allow installing the HBC and Boot Mii on 4.3.DVDX isn't installed as its code (the AHBPROT channel loading flag) is moved inside the Home Brew Channel's launcher.Which installed new versions of all IOS to block the Trucha Bug.
Most Wii homebrew can still be loaded via HBC, but any apps that rely on Fake Signing will not work.
Update: In August, Team Twiizers has found an exploit using the Wii message board, called Letter Bomb. This update does not affect any homebrew except a little-known pirate exploit.
The only significant change was the addition of IOSes used in other regions.
Question: How Do I Update Wii Channels if I Have Homebrew Installed?
If you've installed the Homebrew Channel then a Wii System Update could brick your Wii (one update was specifically designed to do so, with the side effect of bricking non-homebrewed Wiis as well).
In other words, non-Korean Wiis gained the Korean IOSes, and Korean Wiis gained IOSes previously unavailable from system updates (such as IOS31).