Touch your wrist to the bottom of the screen.Warm is ok. Hot is BAD.David.
MCUFRIEND_kbv library should detect the controller and perform everything correctly in software (until the hardware overheats and fails).David.
#elif defined(ESP32) //regular UNO shield on TTGO D1 R32 (ESP32)#define LCD_RD 2 //LED#define LCD_WR 4#define LCD_RS 15 //hard-wired to A2 (GPIO35) #define LCD_CS 33 //hard-wired to A3 (GPIO34)#define LCD_RST 32 //hard-wired to A4 (GPIO36)#define LCD_D0 12#define LCD_D1 13#define LCD_D2 26#define LCD_D3 25#define LCD_D4 17#define LCD_D5 16#define LCD_D6 27#define LCD_D7 14
I strongly Which controller do you have?
reg(0x00BF) FF FF 68 14 00 FF ILI9481, HX8357-B
Delete your current library installation directory and install the Beta from GitHub ZIP.
I came across this site recently and have been impressed at what a ESP8266 based NodeMCU can be persuaded to do.The sketch set uses a WiFi Locator to work out your location and download a jpeg map off the internet (e.g. Google maps). It then checks what planes are in the area and plots their location on the map, with info displayed on the nearest plane. How cool is that!I have forked the project here and adapted it to be compatible with the latest TFT_ILI9341_ESP library and the latest JPEGDecoder library.So, if you have the TFT_ILI9341_ESP library running with a display it should be straightforward to download the entire project sketch folder and get it up and running.
Try the attached version. It is not perfect (some text position issues) but it should work OK. It is for a 480x320 screen.