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I'm working on a project that needs a display.  I have a Gravitech Nokia 6610 display that is close to the perfect size.
http://www.gravitech.us/13secogrlcd.html

I needed to run it using six wires, so I wired the VCC, VBL and BL pins together.  The display seems to be working fine, currently.

I need to rotate the display 90 degrees left, and display text.  It seems that this is possible (Top of page 4, here)
http://www.sparkfun.com/tutorial/Nokia%206100%20LCD%20Display%20Driver.pdf

Has anyone had success with something like this?



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You can manage rotation via MADCTL with the Philips controller (see page 43).

On the Epson controller (see page 30), I don't believe there is an equivalent command; you'll likely need to handle rotation and mirroring in software.
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Awwww.... shoot.

I'm almost positive I have the Epson version.

I gotta keep messing with it.  There's got to be a way.
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