Installing on Osoyoo 3.5 inch

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  • #13099

    dolis
    Participant

    Ive gone through the steps 4 different times already and i cant seem to get my display to work, ive ran the tft setup utility a few different times and i start getting more errors and the display still shows nothing
    my hardware is a raspberry pi 3 b

    i use an HDMI screen to use the setup utility and afterwards not only does the screen not work but i can’t even start up on the normal HDMI screen boot freezes every time !

    I saw a different thread about the same osoyoo display has anyone been able to figure this out!? I installed from the normal osoyoo image and it works just fine!

    sorry for the lack of details im posting from my phone , i will try again and post pictures of the errors !

  • #13100

    Kogel013
    Participant

    Do you have the wave35c typ? It looks like the same problem as i have.

  • #13101

    dolis
    Participant

    i believe so! according to the tft tool i use the wave35c as well!

  • #13102

    grasbk214
    Participant

    When you say you installed the normal osoyoo image and it works fine do you mean one of the images osoyoo offers for download? And if so which one? I can’t seem to get the osoyoo images to work at all. I tried the Kali, Ubuntu and raspbian versions.

  • #13103

    Kogel013
    Participant

    http://kedei.net/raspberry/raspberry.html and http://osoyoo.com/driver/rpiscreen.php

    When i try to boot the custom kernel of re4son the screen wont work anymore after reboot.

  • #13104

    grasbk214
    Participant

    but it does work and have touch capability? which “version” is your screen?

    mine says version 1.1 and that doesnt seem to be listed anywhere. so far ive been able to get the kernel to work, just not after doing the setup. after some research ive decided my next attempt will be installing the sticky fingers kernel,then choosing either wave35 or wave35h during tft setup. Im not sure but i think the wave35c isnt for screens with the hdmi attachement. if wave and wave35h dont work i will probably just start going down the list of available drivers and trying each one with a fresh install. I’ll let you know if i have any luck

    To be honest i REALLY want to get sticky fingers working but if i can at least get basic kali to run with touch i would be happy. As of now i can get it to run the re4son kernel, but its essentially just kali with a hard to read display, no touch capability. Hell if i could at least get it to 480*320 i would be happy haha

  • #13106

    dolis
    Participant

    I used the Kali RPI image from http://osoyoo.com/driver/rpiscreen.php and i had everything working no problem but from there i couldnt incorporate my TLwn722n v2 realtek drivers and decided to try sticky fingers as with sticky fingers i plug in my wireless card and it picks it up right away. but im doing all of this through a monitor plugged into HDMI, the OSOYOO drivers had the touch screen working perfectly! but i couldnt get my wireless card to work. now with the Re4son kernal after i do apt-get upgrade my whole kernel locks up. Ill do a more detailed post later a little rushed right now! thanks for the replies people hopefully we can get this worked out !

  • #13107

    Kogel013
    Participant

    @grasbk214 my screen is version 6.2 or 6.3
    The touch screen works perfect with the os of the manufactor.
    But everything thing i try the screen stays white with the sticky fingers of re4son kernel.
    I also have a 5inch screen with hdmi and that can you fix bij the config.txt file i must look for the toutch screen because thats not working at the moment.
    It feel like the hdmi is a lot more easy toe config as the gpin screen at the moment

  • #13108

    grasbk214
    Participant

    yea thats the difference i think. My screen is a version 1.1 but the date is only like six months old. i havent been able to find info for the 1.1 but apparently most of the kedei screen are version 6.x. mine is 3.5 inch and apparently very similiar to the 6.x models

    all the manufacturer drivers and images wont work for me and i tried the raspbian, kali, AND ubuntu. so far sticky fingers is the only kali image i can get to boot up properly at all other than raspbian and the NOOBs images. I wouldnt mind just trying to run it headless but i dont have alot of experience with automating processes and such.

  • #13109

    dolis
    Participant

    @kogel013 have you tried configuring a realtek or other wireless driver on the manufacture OS? seems that the version of kali from osoyoo is too old for me to get the right dependencies so i can run make, or else i get a series of errors im assuming because of dist-upgrade, with the upgrade the screen stops working ! ive been at it 4 days today im taking a break and tomorrow im back at it !
    re4sons image on top of the screen not working when i do a upgrade the entire OS locks up into emergency mode and i lose permission due to lock files from dpkg.
    -.-

    edit: i believe my screen version is v6.3

  • #13117

    Re4son
    Keymaster

    Some hdmi screens caused some problems in the past and I had problems keeping up. Do you have a link to the drivers that worked? I’ll give it another go.

    Many thanks,
    Re4son

  • #13120

    dolis
    Participant

    The image that i download directly from osoyoo works just fine but after a dist upgrade it no longer works! the last update posted on their website is from january 2017
    http://osoyoo.com/2016/11/20/raspberry-pi-3-5inch-hdmi-touchscreen/

  • #13121

    Re4son
    Keymaster

    The link to their drivers is dead, you wouldn’t have a copy by any chance?

  • #13122

    dolis
    Participant

    I have the full image that works on my rpi, but the separate driver i dont have ! i can upload the image if that helps?

  • #13123

    Re4son
    Keymaster

    Found ’em:

    http://osoyoo.com/driver/LCD_show_35hdmi.tar.gz

    I’ll work on it and let you know how I go

  • #13125

    Kogel013
    Participant

    @dolis i haven’t tried my alpha on the manufacture OS so that i did not know for sure.

  • #13643

    CoolCat
    Participant

    Helló! Is there a solution to install osoyoo 3.5 (Non HDMI) TFT display? Thanks…

    • #13644

      CoolCat
      Participant

      Ok, it’s Works! If somebody want to install osoyoo 3.5 (Non HDMI) TFT display: Download The LCD_show_v_6_1_3.tar.gz driver, copy to the /root/ and extract it in terminal with command tar -xvzf LCD_show_v6_1_3.tar.gz
      Than in terminal type kalipi-tft-config select in the menu 5. Kali-Pi Config, Than 03. Boot Options, select B1. Desktop/CLI and select B3 or B4 Desktop…
      Than select 05. Interfacing Options and P3 SPI Disable if is it enabled… Than select 09 Update and go Finish… In terminal find The driver what you extracted:
      `cd LCD_show_v6_1_3′ and type
      ./LCD35_v The RPI will restart on TFT…

      Sorry for my Bad English… Thanks…:)

    • #13645

      CoolCat
      Participant

      Ok, it’s Works! If somebody want to install osoyoo 3.5 (Non HDMI) TFT display: Download The LCD_show_v_6_1_3.tar.gz driver, copy to the /root/ and extract it in terminal with command tar -xvzf LCD_show_v6_1_3.tar.gz
      Than in terminal type kalipi-tft-config select in the menu 5. Kali-Pi Config, Than 03. Boot Options, select B1. Desktop/CLI and select B3 or B4 Desktop…
      Than select 05. Interfacing Options and P3 SPI Disable if is it enabled… Than select 09 Update and go Finish… In terminal find The driver what you extracted:
      cd LCD_show_v6_1_3 and type
      ./LCD35_v The RPI will restart on TFT…

      Sorry for my Bad English… Thanks…:)

  • #13646

    Re4son
    Keymaster

    Awesome stuff. Did the kalipi-tft-config not work for you?

    • #13647

      CoolCat
      Participant

      Thanks! No, whan I chose the Osoyoo 3.5 in kalipi-tft-config Didn’t work… After reboot, white screen on the TFT and HDMI display was black… I think this Osoyoo 3.5 setup in `kalipi-tft-config’ is for the Osoyoo 3.5 480×320 HDMI Version…

  • #13648

    Re4son
    Keymaster

    How about using the Kuman option? Those two are supposed to be identical

  • #13649

    CoolCat
    Participant

    I didn’t try The Kuman… May next time… I have already installed the full-kali… The Kali-PI launcher is Very good too, I can easily switch between The TFT and HDMI…:)

  • #13650

    CoolCat
    Participant

    But if I Will at home, I Will try The Kuman version on a 16Gb SD card, and i will send you The info…

  • #13652

    CoolCat
    Participant

    Hi again! I tried it with Kuman, does not working… The boot starts on HDMI, but it stops “without [failed] line”, and nothing happen… I tried it with unpluged HDMI cable too, but the TFT nothing shows… My 32GB SD card with installed Full-Kali is still Works perfectly on the TFT and on HDMI too…

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