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FTPii

FTPii makes your Wii a remote FTP server, so you can make remote changes to any SD card inserted to your Wii, any USB device inserted to your Wii, and the Wii's actual NAND via a FTP client. This makes it easier to transfer files and eliminates the need to eject the SD card or USB device from your Wii and insert to your computer and vice versa. For FTPii to be used your Wii must be configured to a WiFi connection.

It's recommended to use the Filezilla client as your FTP client, as it is free and can be used the most major platforms, but any one will do.



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meta.xml
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8" standalone="yes"?>
<app version="1">
  <name>ftpii</name>
  <coder>joedj</coder>
  <version>0.0.19</version>
  <release_date>20090426200000</release_date>
  <short_description>An FTP server</short_description> 
  <long_description>ftpii is an FTP server.

To exit, hold A on controller #1 or press the reset button.
To remount a device, hold B on controller #1.
To specify a password, rename the apps/ftpii directory to apps/ftpii_YourPassword.
To specify a password remotely, use the SITE PASSWD and SITE NOPASSWD commands.

A working DVDx installation is required for the DVD features.</long_description> 

</app>



Required
* An SD card (Best results are with non-SDHC cards, SDHC will only work on 4.0 or above) or USB device formatted to FAT(32).
* Homebrew Channel

Links
* Filezilla Client http://filezilla-project.org/download.php?type=client (or any other FTP client)
Result
* Gain access to your SD card and NAND remotely via FTP.

Guide

NOTE: This guide is Online Only. Having a working WiFi connection is Required!


Computer ----------------------

1. Downloading and extracting...
Download the Filezilla Client and run the executable to install it on your computer.
Download FTPii and extract it to the apps folder on the SD card.


Wii ----------------------

3. Run the FTPii with the Homebrew Channel. Wait for FTPii to hook up to your netowork. You should then see what IP Address it is hosting at, and what port number is it listening to.


Computer ----------------------

4. Go back to your computer and start your FTP Client up. Once on it, type in the IP Address shown on the Wii to the host box, and the port number as well. Press connect and you should see your Wii's files on the right hand side.

TIP
You can save these settings in Filezilla by using it's site manager (Ctrl + S or by going to File > Site Manager).


5. You can now transfer whatever files you want to your SD card or USB device via your FTP Client.


Wii ----------------------

6. When done transferring files, press A on the Wiimote to exit FTPii.
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