You can use my homebrew installation guide to learn how to determine which homebrew package you need and how to install it to your system.
Please note that I have not tried reinstalling homebrew onto a system from which it was deleted, so I can make no guarantees as to the result.
Wii SCU has a simple interface but doesn't tell you what non-channel-specific updates need to be installed for specific channels to work.
A Wii System Update will add new features to upgrade your Wii console.
The Wii system software is a set of updatable firmware versions, and a software frontend on the Wii video game console.
Updates, which are downloaded via the system's Internet connection (Wii Connect24), allow Nintendo to add additional features and software.
These control input and output between the code running on the main processor (the Power PC "Broadway" processor) and the Wii's hardware features that did not exist on the Game Cube, which can only be accessed via the ARM.
When Nintendo releases a new IOS version, except for unusual circumstances (for example security updates to block homebrew), the new IOS does not replace any IOS already installed.Additionally this can "force" an upgrade by requiring the player to perform the update, without which the new game cannot be played. Brawl and Mario Kart Wii) have come with specific extra updates, such as being able to receive posts from game-specific addresses, so, regardless of the version of the installed software, it will install an update.and not to be confused with "i OS", the operating system of Apple's i Phones and i Pads), which run on a separate ARM architecture processor to other Wii software (nicknamed Starlet by the Wii homebrew community, as it is physically located inside the graphics chip, the Hollywood, so it is a small part of Hollywood.).If you manage to get homebrew back, make sure to turn off update checks and disable Wii Connect24 in Wii Settings so this doesn't happen again.Question: How Do I Update Wii Channels if I Have Homebrew Installed?If you've installed the Homebrew Channel then a Wii System Update could brick your Wii (one update was specifically designed to do so, with the side effect of bricking non-homebrewed Wiis as well).