QR code looks like a jumbled mess

Hi,

I am trying to print a QR code onto an SSD1306 128x64 display but I’m having some issues, the QR code is a jobbled mess. it doesn’t look like a QR code at all. I am just using the base example code of the ESP8266_QRcode library:

Code:

#include <qrcode.h>
#include <SSD1306.h>

SSD1306  display(0x3c, SDA, SCL);
QRcode qrcode (&display);

void setup() {

   Serial.begin(115200);
   Serial.println("");
   Serial.println("Starting...");

   display.init();
   display.clear();
   display.display();


   // enable debug qrcode
   // qrcode.debug();

   // Initialize QRcode display using library
   qrcode.init();
   // create qrcode
   qrcode.create("Hello world.");

}

void loop() { }

Here is the QR code:

Thanks all!

Where did your QR code come from? Show us QRcode.h.

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Hi thank you, just edited it could not for the life of me find the code button but I guess I'm just blind lol,

but here is the QRcode.h:

#include "OLEDDisplay.h"

class QRcode
{
 private:
 OLEDDisplay *display;
 void render(int x, int y, int color);

 public:
 QRcode(OLEDDisplay *display);

 void init();
 void debug();
 void screenwhite();
 void create(String message);
};

Here is the full library I'm using is:

and I'm using the Qrcode.h that is in there that mostly calls the qrcode.cpp file.

I also tried to use the ESP QRcode library to the same effect:

Okay, so what happens when you just write a bitmap to the display, like the Adafruit splash screen? Or have you done any other display testing?

I have gone through the example scripts for the oled library and all the images and such print fine no cut offs

brayland100:
I have gone through the example scripts for the oled library and all the images and such print fine no cut offs

But do they initialize the LCD in exactly the same way as the QR example, i.e.
SSD1306  display(0x3c, D6, D7);?

They do not, they do

SSD1306Wire display(0x3c, SDA, SCL)

And i just tried running this and still get the same issue.