Go on. Do you honestly think you can operate a SPI device when /RST is active ?
Life is much simpler with a Logic Analyser. You can attach labels to each trace.
Regarding /CS. Many TFT controllers are quite relaxed about stop-start in a Write sequence. They require sensible behaviour during a Read sequence.Personally, I would assert /CS at the start of a sequence and keep it active throughout the whole sequence.You are using 4-wire SPI interface. Even more reason to treat /CS consistently. And I would definitely refer to it as /CS. Yes, you can use the haywire-ability SS pin on an AVR.David.
My apologies. I had misread D5 as being /RST. Yes, D4 is high throughout.Your SCK looks like SPI mode#2. Life is easier with a Logic Analyser.Most controllers work with SPI #0 and #3.Your display comes from BuyDisplay. I have the version that is on a pcb. It works fine.I have a library that works on Uno(3.3V), Zero, Due, Teensy, STM32, ...I have never owned a PIC32. So I have never supported a PIC32.David.
Go on. A Saleae clone cost less than $10. Mind you, my upgraded Saleae software has stopped working on my Win10-64. It does work on a Win7-32 laptop.Seriously, if you want help, you should provide readable pictures / diagrams.If you don't want to use existing public library code, you should post your own code.Ok, very few people will have a PIC32 to run it on. But if it is regular Arduino code, you will probably get some sensible replies.David.