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I see that new booster pack Kentec QVGA S1 has been changed from 8-bit parallel interface to SPI interface. So I am attaching the driver for new interface (SPI Interface) and I hope that it will be helpful for others.
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Also, for all who need it, make sure to remove the R10 resistor. It will not work if you don't do that.
In reply to Paulo Costa:
Paulo Costamake sure to remove the R10 resistor. It will not work if you don't do that.
Might it prove wise to remove (equal partner in crime) R9 - as well? With one pulled - 2nd serves NO purpose!
Thanks for pointing out R10, I really forgot to point out about R10 when using kentec booster pack.
In reply to SATTAR MALOKANI:
I am working on "lab 10" from the TM4C123g Workshop. The workshop code seems to be written for the 8bit version of the Kentec display. Thanks to your SPI driver, I now have the Kentec with the SPI interface working as far as displaying the various widgets. However, I am not getting any response to the touch screen. I wonder if there is something additional I have to modify to make the touch screen work?
In reply to Michael Litzkow:
First of all did you remove the R10 resistor and secondly, which touch.c/.h file are you using?
In reply to Amit Ashara:
The touch drivers for spi are also changed. I have attached the files for you reference. try these I hope these will work.
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