Updating wii without internet

Click "Search for Access Point" to make the Wii search for the wireless network.Click "OK" on the screen that reads, "Choose which access point you want to connect to." This will bring up a list of wireless networks that the Wii picks up.For the system to work properly, you must periodically update the firmware.Plug the Wii LAN adapter into one of the USB ports on the Wii.If you see your Wii light up, follow the update steps.This article was written by the It Still Works team, copy edited and fact checked through a multi-point auditing system, in efforts to ensure our readers only receive the best information. If you want the newest firmwware just get the newest game that has been released from Nintendo which i believe is New Super Mario Bros.

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I heard the wii u is like 5gbs to update which is insane for a phone connection is there another way to do it?

As another poster said, the best solution would be to take the Wii U and Wii to a house that has internet access and do it there.

Even with a fast connection, the transfer does take a while if you have a lot of games and save data. Just hook it up to any power source (one that is not likely to be disrupted- you dont want to brick your console) and connect to your wii fi and volia, update!

Dont even need to worry about HDMI cable, he just needs to bring the console, controller and power adapter.

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