http://www.raspberrypi.org/forum/viewto ... 38&t=64478.i see a few people have made internet radio displays out of these screens, has anyone come up with a music player to play music off a hdd or usb stick say a cut down version of xbmc? many thanks in advance
robvanberkel wrote:Great work shown here Texy
I have a touchscreen TFT lying around from a broken navigation device, based on ILI9320 chip - same as the HY28 uses. Plus, I have some RPi's here, so I would like to see if I can connect the screen to one of my RPi's. Can you please share the wiring diagram as to how the HY28 connects to the GPIO pins? The SPI part is a matter of connecting the dots I guess, but 3 more GPIO lines are being used and I have no idea to which functional pins on the hy28 they connect.
It would be of great great help if you would share the wiring diagram with me, Texy.
Thank you in advance!
There is no power hardware switch, however the display backlight can be switched on and off viacitadel.of.damascus wrote:Hi texy. I would like to inquire if you have implemented the power switch already? Thanks.
Good day Texy. I was planning to use my pi to download applications. since my internet connection is unstable and just a little bit faster than dial-up, I have to have the pi running almost all the time. with the attached 2.8" tft, i can bring the pi anywhere where the wireless internet is stable. I think i cannot switch off the display backlight while the downloader is running. I am booting directly to the console (desktop was removed). thanks in advance.texy wrote:There is no power hardware switch, however the display backlight can be switched on and off viacitadel.of.damascus wrote:Hi texy. I would like to inquire if you have implemented the power switch already? Thanks.
echo 0 > /sys/class/backlight/fb_ili9320/bl_power
echo 1 > /sys/class/backlight/fb_ili9320/bl_power
Oh no. Are you lining up another model? (Of course I understand if you can't answer that.)texy wrote:Hi,
yes I have plenty of pcb's available - please pm me for details, but note - the HY28A has been discontinued, so are you sure you have the HY28A display?
Hi,NIRAJ RAMWANI wrote:Dude..
M nt able to run tinylcd35 on raspberry pi though I did all the above mentioned operations
How can I proceed?
Sorry. I've got LCDs on the brain (understandable I guess. Hold on. TFTs are LCDs aren't they?).texy wrote:Hi,
you mean TFT?
I,m not 100% sure, but it may well use the same screen.
Of course mine is cheaper and supplied fully assembled and tested, but no harm in competition