Wad Manager 1.9v: A Simple and Effective Tool to Customize Your Wii Experience

If you are a Wii owner who likes to tweak and modify your console, you may have heard of Wad Manager. Wad Manager is a homebrew application that allows you to install and uninstall packages in WAD format, which are files that contain Wii channels, games, updates and other content. Wad Manager can help you manage your Wii data, backup and restore your files, and customize your Wii menu with new channels and games.

What is WAD Format?

WAD stands for Wii Application Data. It is a file format that contains data for Wii applications, such as channels, games, updates and more. WAD files can be official or unofficial, meaning they can be created by Nintendo or by third-party developers. Official WAD files are usually downloaded from the Wii Shop Channel or from system updates. Unofficial WAD files are usually created by homebrew developers or hackers who want to add new features or content to the Wii.

What is Wad Manager 1.9v?

Wad Manager 1.9v is the latest version of Wad Manager, a homebrew application that allows you to install and uninstall WAD files on your Wii. Wad Manager 1.9v supports SDGecko, internal SD slot (with SDHC support) and USB device (1.1 and 2.0) as storage devices. You can browse your storage device and select the WAD files you want to work with. You can also use Wad Manager 1.9v to launch ISO files from your storage device using AHBPROT or Start-ISO features.

How to Install and Use Wad Manager 1.9v on Your Wii?

To install and use Wad Manager 1.9v on your Wii, you will need the following:

  • A Wii console with Homebrew Channel installed.
  • A storage device (SD card, SDHC card or USB device) with enough space for the WAD files you want to install or uninstall.
  • The Wad Manager 1.9v application file (WAD-Manager-1.9.zip) downloaded from here or here.
  • The WAD files you want to install or uninstall on your Wii.

Once you have everything ready, follow these steps:

  1. Extract the WAD-Manager-1.9.zip file and copy the apps folder to the root of your storage device.
  2. Copy the WAD files you want to install or uninstall to the root of your storage device or to a subfolder named “wad”.
  3. Eject your storage device from your computer and insert it into your Wii.
  4. Launch the Homebrew Channel on your Wii and select Wad Manager 1.9v from the list of applications.
  5. Select the storage device you are using (SD card, USB device or SDGecko) and press A.
  6. Browse your storage device and select the WAD file you want to install or uninstall and press A.
  7. Select “Install” or “Uninstall” depending on what you want to do with the WAD file and press A.
  8. Wait for the process to finish and press any button to continue.
  9. Repeat steps 6-8 for any other WAD files you want to install or uninstall.
  10. Press HOME to exit Wad Manager 1.9v and return to the Homebrew Channel.

Congratulations! You have successfully installed or uninstalled WAD files on your Wii using Wad Manager 1.9v.

How to Uninstall WAD Files on Your Wii?

If you want to uninstall WAD files on your Wii, for example, if you want to free up some space, remove unwanted channels or games, or fix a problem caused by a faulty WAD file, you can use Wad Manager 1.9v to do so. Here are the steps to uninstall WAD files on your Wii:

  1. Launch Wad Manager 1.9v from the Homebrew Channel and select the storage device you are using (SD card, USB device or SDGecko).
  2. Browse your storage device and select the WAD file you want to uninstall and press A.
  3. Select Uninstall and press A again.
  4. Wait for the process to finish and press any button to continue.
  5. Repeat steps 2-4 for any other WAD files you want to uninstall.

Note: To uninstall WAD files, you need to have the same WAD files that you used to install them on your storage device. If you don’t have them, you can try to find them online or use tools such as ShowMiiWads to extract them from your NAND backup.

How to Update Wad Manager 1.9v?

If you want to update Wad Manager 1.9v to the latest version, you can use the Homebrew Browser, as explained before, or you can download the latest version from here or here. Then, you just need to replace the old version of Wad Manager 1.9v in the apps folder on your storage device with the new one. You can also delete the old version if you want to save some space.


Wad Manager 1.9v is a simple and effective tool to customize your Wii experience with new channels and games in WAD format. It also allows you to backup and restore your Wii data, and install or uninstall any WAD files on your Wii. Wad Manager 1.9v is easy to use and compatible with various storage devices. However, it is important to be careful when using Wad Manager 1.9v, as installing or uninstalling faulty WAD files can cause serious damage to your Wii. Therefore, it is recommended to have a brick protection in place, such as BootMii or Preloader, and to only use trusted sources for downloading or creating WAD files.

We hope this article has helped you understand what Wad Manager 1.9v is and how to use it on your Wii. If you have any questions or comments, feel free to leave them below.



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