Can I have a link please?I've heard that Mii Editor doesn't work online anymore, but there's still an .exe program.
Mii's won't show up, if you don't change the extension to .miigx.
You're causing a Mii Glitch, when the Client ID is always the same.
Some miis won't install properly, even if it says "Successfully installed", but try again and it should work.
I'll figure out how to tell you after I get out of this CTWW
Ok so I'm going to do it by section. Ex. Skin tone, eyes, etc.
Actually make it have symbols then I'll edit it on the console
A) Can i use this on a Wii U?This tutorial is for those without a normal SD card.
FYI: A Normal SD Card is 2GB and under. 3GB and above is SDHC. If you have SD you can use the normal Mii Installer method as shown here: How To: Install Hacked Miis - A Howtobasic tutorial
- Homebrew Channel
- Homebrew Browser (possibly, dependent on your method of downloading)
- Savegame Manager GX [Homebrew App]
- Some type of Avatar Editor. Miisearch is gone, but you can use: Mii Editor
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- You'll need to download an application for the Homebrew Channel called Savegame Manager GX. You can do this in two ways. You can go to the Homebrew Browser and from the Utilities tab, search for this application and download it. Alternatively, you can go here: SaveGame Manager GX - WiiBrew and download it from there. If you download it from WiiBrew, just put the application in your apps folder. If you don't have any Homebrew applications, just make a folder called apps in the root of your SD card, and put the application in that folder.
- Go to: Mii Editor and make your Mii and make it look the way you want it to look. Of course, you'll want to give it a name and all that as well. If you want to use hacked symbols in your name, you can view our list of symbols here: Mii Name Symbols
- Once you're finished, put your SD card into your computer, and save your mii to your SD card of course. You should save it to the root, but it doesn't really matter where you save it so long as you can locate it when you try to install it later. By default, the file extension will be .mae. So it will be yourmiiname.mae (it may show boxes if you used hacked symbols). Change the file extension from .mae to .miigx. So now it should read yourmiiname.miigx.
- Eject your SD card from your computer, insert it into your Wii, and load Savegame Manager GX.
- When you load Savegame Manager GX, there will be a lot that comes up on your screen. But all you care about are the four icons at the top. On the very left of the four icons at the top, there will be an SD card icon. Not the SD card icon at the bottom! It's at the top of the screen. Press that icon with your Wii remote.
- When you press it with your Wii remote, it will show another menu of icons: "sd", "usb1", "Wii" and "Mii". Select "SD".
- It will then show you the contents of your SD card; all your files and folders. Find where you saved your Mii file from earlier. If it's in the root, just scroll (if you have a lot of files and folders, and it's necessary) until you find it. If it's in some kind of folder, press the folder with your Wii remote until you find it. Once you found it, click on it and press "Install" with your Wii remote and it will install it for you. Pretty simple!