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Published in 2015-4-4 03:28:29 | Show all floors |Read mode
Orange pi plus no lvds. Tell a LCD touch screen fit? The seller does not know. I would like to 7 inches, but can be 5 inches to work in android. Or write what suited for orange plus pi?
Is this compatible: http://ru.aliexpress.com/item/To ... ?recommendVersion=1

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Published in 2015-4-4 04:49:03 | Show all floors
Edited by Tyrannus at 2015-4-3 21:58

@Vasyachiy

read the voting for this vendor, its very bad...

What do you want do with this?

with touch is it a long way ...tut for RPI http://andrewmfraser.com/2014/11/20/installing-sainsmart-7-inch-touchscreen-on-rapspberry-pi/
look at this Item: http://www.amazon.co.uk/SainSmar ... 279-6197322-9733562


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 Author| Published in 2015-4-4 06:06:36 | Show all floors
I want to make a 7 inch tablet with android.
This screen is connected without any problems?

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 Author| Published in 2015-4-5 02:40:35 | Show all floors
Seller advises orange pi, there is LVDS. It is connected to the LCD display without any problems. But I want a faster computer. For me it is important to connect the display can then choose orange pi.

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Published in 2015-4-5 04:04:06 | Show all floors
Edited by Tyrannus at 2015-4-4 21:55

grummel......

For your understand:
Touchscreen= 2 Parts
Display=you can connect everything to the driverboard with have an HDMI out (PSII, Xbox DVD  or simply an OPI.)... its works

only Touchresistor go into the OPI
Touchresistor= connect to USB ... if the OPI runs under Linux: here you must compile to the OPI Kernel  (But I think this is the same way RPI ... BPI) http://andrewmfraser.com/2014/11 ... n-on-rapspberry-pi/
if you use Android ...... I must ask to Aunt Google for you. In Android I'm not smart

greetz Mike


EDITH wrote:
https://source.android.com/devices/input/input-device-configuration-files.html

  1. #example for *.idc


  2. touch.deviceType = touchScreen
  3. touch.orientationAware = 1
  4. device.internal = 1
  5. keyboard.layout = qwerty
  6. keyboard.characterMap = qwerty2
  7. keyboard.orientationAware = 1
  8. keyboard.builtIn = 1
  9. cursor.mode = navigation
  10. cursor.orientationAware = 1
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Published in 2015-4-5 05:22:38 | Show all floors
Edited by gaara at 2015-4-4 23:35

Hi,

I can maybe help.
I'm using a touchscreen with OPi & Android, and I worked a little to learn how to use it. After some days, I finally managed to build the good driver (usbtouchscreen.ko) and load it with the arguments. (invert X, or Y, or both, and swap x/y)
Then, you need to calibrate it using the command getevent and put the result in a idc file. (Vendor_0eef_Product_0001.idc) with your vendor + product ref -> read this

I don't know if your touch screen is the same, but mine is compatible with eGalax, even if egalax driver don't work.
I can maybe give you some details, but you need first to learn how to build an Android image, and maybe build & load the driver for the wifi first. (more easy)

I had to build so many images before have a good one... But finally I got it ! So it's not impossible.

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Published in 2015-4-5 15:47:05 | Show all floors
It's exactly the same driver boards as me (for the screen, and the usb touchscreen)

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 Author| Published in 2015-4-5 16:27:23 | Show all floors
OK. When buying a display, then I will ask questions. Buy orange pi plus. I think support will be better later.

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Published in 2015-4-5 16:46:53 | Show all floors
@gaara
What hardware did you use?
I am looking for a small size and affordable bitmap display to connect to my OPI over USB or HDMI.
I didn't find anything yet that is easy to interface (and I am not too skilled with HW tweaking)
You can also reach me on freenode irc, channel #orangepi username eFfeM
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