Thomasx

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  1. Hi Ok. As long as I know I just need to work with those two files, it looks doable. Thanks, Thomas
  2. Hi I would like to use the MTDS together with an ESP8266, the WROOM-02D, via the Arduino SDK that I use to develop for the ESP. I tried using the libraries for the normal Arduino boards, but when compiling I get the "No supported processor defined" error. Is it possible to use the MTDS with the ESP? If so, how would I go about setting it up? EDIT: It seems it stumbled on the SPI setup in MtdsHal.cpp. So, if I fix the SPI setup for the ESP-board, would that be enough? Or will I keep encountering lot's of these CPU-related things? Thanks, Thomasx
  3. Ok, thanks. Clearly someplace else, anyway There aren't any board specific defines in this h-file, as far as I can understand. It seems to me the assignment of the correct CS pin is made via PIN_DSPI0_SS which is set to board specific values someplace else. So I was thinking that's where the proper place would be to add the info for the Mega ADK board. But I guess your way will work too. I'll give it a try.
  4. Ok. I'll answer myself and follow up with another question. So I changed the CS pinning in the MtdsHal.H file. Hard-coded them to 8 and 10, ALT_CS and CS, respectively. And what do you know, it started working Now, you need to consider me a newbie at this (so don't ask how I figured that out ) Now my question is: Since hard coding like this in the library h-file isn't really a smart thing to do, quoting out all the "if defined"-stuff. How do I go about fixing this issue in a proper way? Thanx, Thomas
  5. Hi I just got the MTDS, running it with my Mega ADK. However, when I try the MyDispDemo sketches, the MTDS will just blink once and then be all black, backlight on. I just keep getting "mydisp.begin() failed" What could the issue be? Thanks, Thomasx