Waveshare 4 inch resistive display, spi Touch, 480×800, HDMI, with piCorePlayer. Step 1 - Connect the display to your Raspberry PI Plug the display directly on the GPIO pins of your RPi and connect the HDMI plug with an HDMI-adaptor. If you need additional pins for other purpose, wire the pins 1, 2, 6, 19, 21, 22, 23, 26) and connect the HDMI-Plug with a HDMI Cable.
Waveshare 5 inch HDMI Display, 800x480, resistive spi touch with piCorePlayer. What we need Raspberry Pi 2, 3, 4 or piZero WH 8GB Micro SD card Waveshare 5 inch display, resistive spi-touch with HDMI-adaptor Optional: Some jumper wires, female to female Powersupply, 5V, >= 2,5 A PC or Laptop, Putty installed Preparation Plug the display directly on the GPIO pins of your PI and connect the HDMI plug with an HDMI-adaptor If you need additional pins for other purpose, wire the pins 1, 2, 6, 19, 21, 22, 23, 26) and connect the HDMI plug with a HDMI cable.
I nice write-up by The Fan Club - How to setup piCorePlayer Jivelite for use with a Waveshare 5.5 inch AMOLED touchscreen. More information Waveshare 5.5 inch Touch AMOLED Display Download piCorePlayer Burn piCorePlayer onto a SD card Determine your piCorePlayer IP address Access piCorePlayer via ssh Edit config.txt piCorePlayer aliases piCorePlayer CLI Basic vi commands Raspberry Pi config.cfg Waveshare 4.1 TFT + piCorePlayer + Jivelite Documentation / fb / fbcon.
Waveshare 7.9inch Capacitive Touch LCD Display, 400×1280, HDMI, IPS, Toughened Glass Cover with piCorePlayer. Step 1 - Prepare SD card Put a fresh pCP image on to the SD card—see Burn piCorePlayer onto a SD card. While the SD card is still in the laptop/pc: Enter wifi credentials in wpa_supplicant.conf.sample and “save as” wpa_supplicant.conf. Add the following lines to config.txt, in the Custom Configuration area at the end of the file (between the Begin-Custom and End-Custom lines).
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