At this time, TI does not plan to change the LCD color assigments to LCD data terminals in future versions of AM335x.
Hi Paul, I was following that conversation but have a further question:
comparing the EVM schematics and the silicon errata it seems that on the EVM connections between AM335X and LCD follow the scheme defined for RGB565 mode. LCD_Data_15 is R7.
But the LCD on EVM is connected via 24 data pins with LCD_Data_23 being R0
The connection between AM335X and HDMI transmitter on EVM seems to follow the scheme defined for RGB888 mode.
Now, we don´t understand how the EVM can work in RGB888 mode. There is a crossover option on the board but it is not stuffed on the one we bought.
As our HW should support both options please let me know if the EVM only supports RGB565 and the crossover resistor arrays would need to be changed to support RGB888 or if we are somehow wrong.
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