I have used the AM62-LP platform with the SK-1 display screen.
SDK version: 09_00_00_03.
It can boot up successfully and display the TI Apps Launcher.
Touchscreen Driver - No data.
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What happens if you run the evtest? As far as I know, there are no regressions in the SDK and touch should be functional. Also, please ensure you are using the correct dtbo: https://git.ti.com/cgit/ti-linux-kernel/ti-linux-kernel/tree/arch/arm64/boot/dts/ti/k3-am62-lp-sk-microtips-mf101hie-panel.dtso?h=ti-linux-6.1.y. There is a similar DTBO for SK-AM62 but the interrupt line is different.
I have confirmed the files loaded in the DTS. And through the Event Test, I have captured relevant screens.
The issue I've currently identified is that the Event Input Device should not be tps65219-pwrbutton;
it should be ILI210X.
AM62X will be replaced with the AM62-LP chip. Development will continue with AM62-LP, and relevant tests and verifications have already been conducted on AM62X.
The Touch functionality and LVDS will be transitioned to AM62-LP, with the goal of aligning it with this E2E article.
Currently, we are using the same SDK as AM62X, and 'Getevent' is a testing tool ported from Android.
We also need to understand the touch IC bus. However, for now, we are looking to clarify if there are any issues with the transition from AM62X to AM62-LP.