Difference between revisions of "TwlNmenu"

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| [[File:Maketad-cmd.png|thumb|left|Error messages may come up from time to time.]]
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File:Maketad-cmd.png|center|thumb|Error messages may come up from time to time.
| [[File:Twl1.png|center|thumb|Icon of TwlNmenu showing the contents of a SD Card.]]
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File:Twl1.png|center|thumb|Icon of TwlNmenu showing the contents of a SD Card.
| [[File:Twl2.png|center|thumb|When a *.TAD file has been selected, it will ask if you want to install it.]]
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File:Twl2.png|center|thumb|When a *.TAD file has been selected, it will ask if you want to install it.
| [[File:Twl3.png|center|thumb|Highlighting the NAND. It shows all the applications installed in folder 00030004.]]
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File:Twl3.png|center|thumb|Highlighting the NAND. It shows all the applications installed in folder 00030004.
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Latest revision as of 06:18, 21 August 2019

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TwlNmenu is the name for an application that comes bundled with TWLSDK's and the SystemUpdater. This application would install .TAD files, an installable archive developed by Nintendo, similar to the Nintendo Wii's .WAD archive.

TwlNmenu's icon.

.TAD File Format

The installable format, .TAD share many similarities to the .WAD format, including the same offsets for Title ID's and using the same devsign as WADS. A .TAD can be resigned using Wii resigning tools and a RVL devkey.

The .TAD format can be created using a tool included with the TWLSDK, named Maketad. Only applications that can be installed in the folder 00030004 can be created with this tool.


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