Updating wii menu


This application was officially unveiled by Nintendo in September 2006.It is incorporated into Wii's operating system interface as the "Mii Channel".The grid is customizable; users can move channels (except for the Disc Channel) amongst the menu's 47 customizable slots by pressing and holding the A and B button while hovering over the channel the user wants to move.By pressing the plus and minus buttons on the Wii Remote users can scroll across accessing empty slots.It has four pages, each with a 4:3 grid, and each displaying the current time and date.Available applications, known as "channels", are displayed and can be navigated using the pointer capability of the Wii Remote.



The Wii will automatically add Ken Burns Effect transitions between the photos and play either the music on the SD card or built-in music in the background.If your system memory is full, you still have to delete stuff, but there's now a streamlined, automated process to do that from this new SD Card Menu. The Wii Menu (known internally as the System Menu) is the graphical shell of the Wii game console, as part of the Wii system software.At his GDC 2009 keynote, Nintendo president Satoru Iwata will announce, Apple-style, that a Wii Shop Channel update will be available to all.

We ran over to the Wii and began the agonizing update process to discover -- an "SD Card Menu" ...?

While in the channel, pressing A, followed by B, then 1, and holding 2 on the Wii Remote allows the user to unlock the feature.