Life is becoming easier. The shields often have a sticky label: 35310This is another good clue.My earlier reply was a little premature. I saw reg(0x0004) with xx 00 80 00 which might be HX8357-D.However I then need to write a special value to reg(0xB9) and read reg(0xD0) to confirm.I will try to find a datasheet for "NT35310" or RM68042 and come back to you.Edit. I have found RM68042 datasheet and your device is not a RM68042.David.
Pictures of the LCD I received, a little different from the item's pictures on ali.
Thanks for the link to the datasheet. I struggled with your "Jumpshare" site but managed to save the English PDF.I am impressed. My normal Google Search got nowhere. If you can find "NT35310 app note" then it would be brilliant.I have just come back from the pub. Don't expect anything until tomorrow.It looks a little different to a regular MIPI controller.David.
The controller of my TFT LCD with a sticker "35310" on the back is indeed an NT35310. Thanks David for pointing it out. I have modified register 0xB7, 0x36 and 0xB0 and fixed inverted color and inverted X-axis problem when using the aspect_kbv.ino sketch.