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Linux/AM3358: Unable to bring up GUI app after adding uboot splash screen
Part Number: AM3358
I'm attempting something very similar to (https://e2e.ti.com/support/processors/f/791/t/782759?tisearch=e2e-quicksearch&keymatch=am335x%20splash). I'm using a BeagleBoneBlack and attempting to output a splash screen to connected HDMI screen. I find quite a bit on splash images for LCD, but can't find any solid information on how to setup/utilize the HDMI port. Is it not possible to initialize and drive the necessary chips, or am I just overlooking something. Thank you for any info!
As you mentioned in the post, most of the examples are based on LCD and as of now, we do not have any examples for HDMI.
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In reply to Krunal Bhargav34:
Thank you for the response. Any related threads or documentation that may be of assistance in this area?
In reply to Gary Simmons:
Unfortunately, splash screen is not officially supported by PSDK and we do not have any latest document demonstrating splash screen example.
That's unfortunate. Thank you for the response nonetheless.
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