TLDR; do any of you know how to watch Adobe Flash videos on the Wii U web browser?
Nintendo Switch’s day one patch has arrived, ushering the return of the dreaded Friend Code system (or at least a softer variation of it).
But Nintendo also promised the patch would include a way to connect to public hotspots, which seemed to run counter to the claim that the Switch won’t have a browser given so many public hotspots require you to log in to a captive portal. Simply put, by having a browser that can only be used in very limited situations.
The Internet Channel is a version of the Opera 9 web browser for use on the Wii by Opera Software and Nintendo.
On December 22, 2006, a free "trial version" of the browser was released.
The final version of the browser became available on April 11, 2007 and was free to download until the last day of June; after that the browser was available at 500 Wii Points until September 1, 2009 when it was available for free again.
The Internet Channel, which allows everyone to easily access and enjoy the Internet, has been updated.
Update: Also new to the Internet Channel is Adobe Flash Lite 3.1.
We'll download the update and test it on some video streaming sites, but expect it to work with You Tube videos, not Hulu or Netflix.
Nintendo Dear Customer, Nintendo would like to inform you that an update to the Internet Channel is available.
Included in this update is a never version of Adobe Flash, making even more website content available to you.
With this price cut, both systems now offer free Web browsing software.