This post is part of a several-part series on fixing a "bricked" Wii:
* UnBrickMii - Introduction, explanation of a 4-part plan to unbrick any Wii
* amoxiflash - Part 1, a way to modify the NAND Flash of a bricked Wii
* Mario-Kart Autopsy 1 and 2 - Part 2, a (partial) analysis of what happens to the filesystem of a Wii to make it "brick"
* (tbd) - Part 3, a way to recover the necessary per-console unique keys (NAND AES, NAND HMAC) using a hacked boot2 on a bricked Wii
* (tbd) - Part 4, software to modify the contents of the Wii's filesystem on a host computer, making use of those two NAND keys.
I've focused my recent energy and time into Part 4. It's turned out to be more difficult than I'd feared.