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[[File:EXI2USB.jpg|thumb|right|The official Nintendo EXI-to-USB adapter for GameCube released to third parties, possibly the same as the Waikiki.]]
 
[[File:EXI2USB.jpg|thumb|right|The official Nintendo EXI-to-USB adapter for GameCube released to third parties, possibly the same as the Waikiki.]]
   
The '''Waikiki''' is believed to be a debugging device made by Nintendo. This is the official version of what became a USB Gecko, which later was picked up by someone to make what they called a Shuriken USB. Waikiki is named after [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Waikiki a neighborhood in Honolulu, Hawaii], possibly due to the high presence of ''Dolphins'' there.
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The '''Waikiki''' is believed to be a debugging device made by Nintendo. This is the official version of what became a USB Gecko from the homebrew community, which later was recreated by someone to make what they called a Shuriken USB. Waikiki is named after [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Waikiki a neighborhood in Honolulu, Hawaii], possibly due to the high presence of ''Dolphins'' there.
   
 
The Waikiki dongle was used during internal "lab testing", as well as factory initialization, of the Wii and possibly the GameCube. [[RVL_DIAG]] contains a program used to test the Waikiki's operations.
 
The Waikiki dongle was used during internal "lab testing", as well as factory initialization, of the Wii and possibly the GameCube. [[RVL_DIAG]] contains a program used to test the Waikiki's operations.

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The official Nintendo EXI-to-USB adapter for GameCube released to third parties, possibly the same as the Waikiki.

The Waikiki is believed to be a debugging device made by Nintendo. This is the official version of what became a USB Gecko from the homebrew community, which later was recreated by someone to make what they called a Shuriken USB. Waikiki is named after a neighborhood in Honolulu, Hawaii, possibly due to the high presence of Dolphins there.

The Waikiki dongle was used during internal "lab testing", as well as factory initialization, of the Wii and possibly the GameCube. RVL_DIAG contains a program used to test the Waikiki's operations.