The Deauther watch reprogrammed - SOLVED

Hello I bought the Deauther watch. Not for what it can do with Wifi. But the watch itself. I'm trying to reprogram the watch But I'm having problem with trying to get the screen working. I did findout it was using I2C and the esp8266-12f is the processor. But I can not get it working at all. One library I found online displayed a lot of garbage second one showed the same thing but there was a hissing noise coming from the watch. That doesn't seem good and I do not know what that is.

Has anyone gotten the watch to work, Can you please help me out? Pointing me to a good library.

Joseph

Did you try the library the original deauther sketch uses?

All i found was bin files all over for different versions no libraries.

Joseph

Please provide links to the details about this watch.

Mine I got from amazon it was cheap. Here It is. I only paid $19.99 it was on sale now it's like $33.00.

Joseph

The original deauther sketch (which I'm sure the sellers of that watch are using) uses this library:

It is available in Library Manager as "ESP8266 and ESP32 OLED driver for SSD1306 displays by ThingPulse, Fabrice Weinberg".

From What I have read mine is a sh1106 display?

Edit: It looks like a option for the 1106.

Joseph

Hello, I have tried the example sketch withe the ssd1306 and the sh1106 both nothing.

Here is whatr I have done for the sh1106

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// Include the correct display library

// For a connection via I2C using the Arduino Wire include:
#include <Wire.h>               // Only needed for Arduino 1.6.5 and earlier
//#include "SSD1306Wire.h"        // legacy: #include "SSD1306.h"
#include "SH1106Wire.h"   // legacy: #include "SH1106.h"

// For a connection via I2C using brzo_i2c (must be installed) include:
// #include <brzo_i2c.h>        // Only needed for Arduino 1.6.5 and earlier
// #include "SSD1306Brzo.h"
// OR #include "SH1106Brzo.h"

// For a connection via SPI include:
// #include <SPI.h>             // Only needed for Arduino 1.6.5 and earlier
// #include "SSD1306Spi.h"
// OR #include "SH1106SPi.h"


// Optionally include custom images
#include "images.h"


// Initialize the OLED display using Arduino Wire:
//SSD1306Wire display(0x3c, SDA, SCL);   // ADDRESS, SDA, SCL  -  SDA and SCL usually populate automatically based on your board's pins_arduino.h e.g. https://github.com/esp8266/Arduino/blob/master/variants/nodemcu/pins_arduino.h
// SSD1306Wire display(0x3c, D3, D5);  // ADDRESS, SDA, SCL  -  If not, they can be specified manually.
// SSD1306Wire display(0x3c, SDA, SCL, GEOMETRY_128_32);  // ADDRESS, SDA, SCL, OLEDDISPLAY_GEOMETRY  -  Extra param required for 128x32 displays.
 SH1106Wire display(0x3c, SDA, SCL);     // ADDRESS, SDA, SCL

// Initialize the OLED display using brzo_i2c:
// SSD1306Brzo display(0x3c, D3, D5);  // ADDRESS, SDA, SCL
// or
// SH1106Brzo display(0x3c, D3, D5);   // ADDRESS, SDA, SCL

// Initialize the OLED display using SPI:
// D5 -> CLK
// D7 -> MOSI (DOUT)
// D0 -> RES
// D2 -> DC
// D8 -> CS
// SSD1306Spi display(D0, D2, D8);  // RES, DC, CS
// or
// SH1106Spi display(D0, D2);       // RES, DC


#define DEMO_DURATION 3000
typedef void (*Demo)(void);

int demoMode = 0;
int counter = 1;

void setup() {
  Serial.begin(115200);
  Serial.println();
  Serial.println();


  // Initialising the UI will init the display too.
  display.init();

  display.flipScreenVertically();
  display.setFont(ArialMT_Plain_10);

}

void drawFontFaceDemo() {
  // Font Demo1
  // create more fonts at http://oleddisplay.squix.ch/
  display.setTextAlignment(TEXT_ALIGN_LEFT);
  display.setFont(ArialMT_Plain_10);
  display.drawString(0, 0, "Hello world");
  display.setFont(ArialMT_Plain_16);
  display.drawString(0, 10, "Hello world");
  display.setFont(ArialMT_Plain_24);
  display.drawString(0, 26, "Hello world");
}

void drawTextFlowDemo() {
  display.setFont(ArialMT_Plain_10);
  display.setTextAlignment(TEXT_ALIGN_LEFT);
  display.drawStringMaxWidth(0, 0, 128,
                             "Lorem ipsum\n dolor sit amet, consetetur sadipscing elitr, sed diam nonumy eirmod tempor invidunt ut labore." );
}

void drawTextAlignmentDemo() {
  // Text alignment demo
  display.setFont(ArialMT_Plain_10);

  // The coordinates define the left starting point of the text
  display.setTextAlignment(TEXT_ALIGN_LEFT);
  display.drawString(0, 10, "Left aligned (0,10)");

  // The coordinates define the center of the text
  display.setTextAlignment(TEXT_ALIGN_CENTER);
  display.drawString(64, 22, "Center aligned (64,22)");

  // The coordinates define the right end of the text
  display.setTextAlignment(TEXT_ALIGN_RIGHT);
  display.drawString(128, 33, "Right aligned (128,33)");
}

void drawRectDemo() {
  // Draw a pixel at given position
  for (int i = 0; i < 10; i++) {
    display.setPixel(i, i);
    display.setPixel(10 - i, i);
  }
  display.drawRect(12, 12, 20, 20);

  // Fill the rectangle
  display.fillRect(14, 14, 17, 17);

  // Draw a line horizontally
  display.drawHorizontalLine(0, 40, 20);

  // Draw a line horizontally
  display.drawVerticalLine(40, 0, 20);
}

void drawCircleDemo() {
  for (int i = 1; i < 8; i++) {
    display.setColor(WHITE);
    display.drawCircle(32, 32, i * 3);
    if (i % 2 == 0) {
      display.setColor(BLACK);
    }
    display.fillCircle(96, 32, 32 - i * 3);
  }
}

void drawProgressBarDemo() {
  int progress = (counter / 5) % 100;
  // draw the progress bar
  display.drawProgressBar(0, 32, 120, 10, progress);

  // draw the percentage as String
  display.setTextAlignment(TEXT_ALIGN_CENTER);
  display.drawString(64, 15, String(progress) + "%");
}

void drawImageDemo() {
  // see http://blog.squix.org/2015/05/esp8266-nodemcu-how-to-create-xbm.html
  // on how to create xbm files
  display.drawXbm(34, 14, WiFi_Logo_width, WiFi_Logo_height, WiFi_Logo_bits);
}

Demo demos[] = {drawFontFaceDemo, drawTextFlowDemo, drawTextAlignmentDemo, drawRectDemo, drawCircleDemo, drawProgressBarDemo, drawImageDemo};
int demoLength = (sizeof(demos) / sizeof(Demo));
long timeSinceLastModeSwitch = 0;

void loop() {
  // clear the display
  display.clear();
  // draw the current demo method
  demos[demoMode]();

  display.setFont(ArialMT_Plain_10);
  display.setTextAlignment(TEXT_ALIGN_RIGHT);
  display.drawString(128, 54, String(millis()));
  // write the buffer to the display
  display.display();

  if (millis() - timeSinceLastModeSwitch > DEMO_DURATION) {
    demoMode = (demoMode + 1)  % demoLength;
    timeSinceLastModeSwitch = millis();
  }
  counter++;
  delay(10);
}

Joseph

The SH1106 might be using SPI communication instead of I2C. Try configuring the sketch to use that by commenting the SH1106Wire type instantiation line and uncommenting the SSD1306Spi one instead.

Same thing.

Joseph

I found this library and text show up. It is a i2c scanner on oled text. Here is a image. At least this will get me started.

Joseph