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Wii Remotes won't stay on.

Discussion in 'Nintendo Wii / Wii U' started by tonyarmol, Mar 31, 2010.

  1. tonyarmol

    tonyarmol Member

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    Have 2 softemodded wii's one is 3.2u and the other is 4.2u. My wii remotes just shut off during gameplay and one won't even stay turned on for 2 seconds. Their new controllers too.
     
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    Silly Questions, I know, but sometimes the simple ones are overlooked -

    1: Are the batteries dead??

    2: You mention you have 2 Wii's, have the controllers sync'd properly with whichever Wii your trying to use them on?
     
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    Nah the batteries are fine. Yeah i have one at my home and my brother has the other one at his house. He has a black one (which works fine) and the white one that came with it that worked fine up until it was soft modded. We have disconnected the wii remotes and re sync'd them and its still the same.

    The ones that i have at my house sometimes the wii remotes (2) unsync (and i have prii loader installed to start first) and when i try to re sync them they won't work so I'll have to plug a gc controller in press A so its gets to the normal start up with the warning and sometimes even then ill have to get the system menu before the wii remotes will properly sync.
     
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    Sorry dude, I have no idea in that case, I have Softmodded dozens of Wii's and have never heard of that problem before (although, I don't use Priiloader)

    Sorry I can't be of more help to you, hopefully someone on here will have a better idea than me and be able to help you.....?????
     
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    Thanks mine never used to then all of sudden they started. I wonder if it has anything to do with the battery packs?
     
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    it has to be a a connection problem.. as in with the batterys maybe... make sure the wires where the batterys touch on the wii-mote are clean..try using a friends wiimote on your wii,, so u can eliminate your wii being faulty... try your wiimotes on his etc..
     
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    Are you talking about the re-chargeable battery packs? They seem to corrupt wiimotes I have two wiimotes they do the EXACT same thing as yours, but I have found that if you go down to the store & pick up some new non-recharge-able batteries, it can fix the problem temporarily.

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    Ok so it pri is the battery packs then. Im going to clean them off and see if it makes a difference. If not then I guess its back to the old batteries.
     
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    Having same problem when trying to use apps on the homebrew channel, any help would be much appreciated
     

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