...8 bit (256 colors) only
ITDB02 default use the 8bit mode , and if you need the 16 bit mode, you can tear the LCD screen down form the board , and move the R2 resistor to R1 to change the data mode. When you use the 8bit mode , the DB8-DB15 is used ,please remember to pull the DB0-DB7 to GND.
And Sir you were also wrong about the data bus width...
Hello,The display you got, the 3.2"WD is a 16 bit only display (65.000 colors)The Arduino shield you got is to be used with an Arduino Uno and is 8 bit (256 colors) onlyThe Library supports both, but to use this display you need the Mega shield:http://www.exp-tech.de/product_info.php?info=p535_itead-studio-itdb02-arduino-mega-shield-v2-0.htmlAnd an Arduino Mega board.On the Arduino uno and you current shield you can only use 8 bit compatible displays such as:http://www.exp-tech.de/product_info.php?info=p226_iteadstudio-itdb02-2-4d-2-4---tft-lcd-for-arduino.htmlGr. Remco
3.2 LCD runs really slow on 8 bits, so most of 3.2 LCD don't use 8 bits.
Get a 2.4'' LCD with 8 bits, so you have enough pins for other functions like SD card and touch panel. and only use a 3.2 LCD with arduino MEGA.
Sir I wasn't referring to you. I was referring to ...