Updating a wii
The Wii Menu let users access both game and no-game functions through built-in applications called Channels, which are designed to represent television channels.
There are six primary channels: the Disc Channel, Mii Channel, Photo Channel, Wii Shop Channel, Forecast Channel and News Channel, although the latter two were not initially included and only became available via system updates.
Additionally this can force an upgrade by requiring the player to perform the update, without which the new game cannot be played. Brawl and Mario Kart Wii) have come with specific extra updates, such as being able to receive posts from game-specific addresses, so, regardless of the version of the installed software, it will install an update.
and not to be confused with "i OS", the operating system of Apple's i Phones and i Pads), which run on a separate ARM architecture processor to other Wii software (nicknamed Starlet by the Wii homebrew community, as it is physically located inside the graphics chip, the Hollywood, so it is a small part of Hollywood.).
The Wii system software is a set of updatable firmware versions and a software frontend on the Wii video game console.
Wireless encryption by WEP, WPA (TKIP/RC4) and WPA2 (CCMP/AES) is supported.
When the software is run, the IOS that is hardcoded gets loaded by the Wii, which then loads the software itself.
If that IOS does not exist on the Wii, in the case of disc-based software, it gets installed automatically (after the user is prompted).
When a new update became available Nintendo sent a message to connected systems notifying them of the available update.
Several game discs, both first-party and third-party games, have included system software updates so that players who are not connected to the Internet can still update their system.