Menu TWiLight ++ FAQ & Dépannage

Pour plus de FAQs, veuillez visiter le sujet GBAtemp.

TWL_FIRM aurait pu d’une manière ou d’une autre être corrompu. Suivez ce guide pour résoudre le problème :

  • Tout d’abord, essayez de mettre la console en mode veille (par ex. Fermer le couvercle de la console, ou appuyer sur le bouton de veille sur l’O2DS), puis réveiller la console
  • Si cela ne fonctionne pas, formatez votre carte SD en FAT32 avec une taille d’unitée d’allocation de 32 Ko
  • Si cela ne fonctionne pas non plus, essayez une autre carte SD

The Acekard (also called Wood UI) theme was removed due to its buggy behavior and causing SD card corruption. Veuillez patienter pour un fix. La progression pour le retour de ce thème peut être trouvé sur cette requête.

Allez dans les paramètres TWLMenu++ et désactivez Mise à jour des jeux joués récemment.

You need to have a cheat DB in the form of a usrcheat.dat file in the sd:/_nds/TWiLightMenu/extras/ folder. The most updated cheat database is DeadSkullzJr’s.

  • On the 3DS, this database is available in the Universal-Updater app as “NDS Cheat Databases.” This will automatically install it to the required location.

Alternatively, you can use r4cce to create your own cheat DB.

A random .png image in sd:/_nds/TWiLightMenu/dsimenu/photos/ will be shown each time the menu is loaded. If there are no applicable images, screenshots taken by nds-bootstrap will be used instead.

  • The images(s) must be no bigger than 208x156
  • If you have errors, it’s most likely an error with the image size. Please use tinypng to reduce the size

You can download homebrew games from Universal-DB and GameBrew. To get dumps of your retail games:

  • On DS you can use GodMode9i to dump your GBA games and, if you have a Slot-2 flashcart, DS games. If you only have a Slot-1 flashcard and would like to dump a DS game, you can use Wooddumper, which requires a Wi-Fi connection compatible with the DS, as well as an FTP client on a separate device to receive the ROM
  • On DSi you can use GodMode9i to dump your DS games and DSiWare
  • On 3DS you can use GodMode9 to dump your DS games, DSiWare, and Virtual Console titles

Yes, you can use GodMode9i on DSi and 3DS or Checkpoint on 3DS.

  1. Ouvrez les paramètres TWiLight Menu++, vous pouvez le faire en maintenant SELECT tout en chargeant TWiLight Menu++
  2. Appuyez sur L ou Y une fois (sur une flashcard/3DS) ou deux fois (sur une DSi)
  3. Modifiez la première option jusqu’à ce que vous voyez la langue que vous voulez, puis quittez les paramètres
    • Vous pouvez également modifier les deux prochaines options car elles contrôlent la langue des jeux DS et leurs titres dans TWiLight Menu++

No, this is not an emulator. The menu and DS games (loaded via nds-bootstrap) are ran natively in the console’s DS/DSi mode. The only consoles emulated are the past consoles, but partially for GBA (as some or all parts like graphics are ran natively).

Depending on the save file of sudokuhax, the touch screen inputs may not work.

No. As The Biggest Loser is a Slot-1 game, and not a DSiWare game, SD access is disabled when running Slot-1 cards.

There are a multiple reasons you may be unable to find them.

  • If you placed your games in the _nds folder, you are unable to access it because it is permanently invisible in TWiLight Menu++. Please move them to any other location on the SD card
  • If you have more than 39 items in a folder and all of the slots on the menu are taken, your games may be on the next page. Use L/R or SELECT + Left/Right to switch pages
  • If your game or folder is hidden, you may need to show hidden files via TWiLight Menu++’s GUI settings
  • If the game type is set to be hidden in Emulation/HB settings, it won’t appear on menus. Change these settings so that they will be displayed
  • If your game is in an archive (zip, rar, 7z, etc), it cannot be used by TWiLight Menu++. Extract the game from the archive to use it
  • If your game does not use one of the supported extensions, you may have to change the extension by renaming the file