recalbox not work well with DPI LCD on 4B
I use a DPI LCD work well at 3B ， but when I use the latest recalbox on 4B
the DPI LCD just can display recalbox logo and stay on that picture
can not enter Emulator and can not start the game
the DPI LCD need some configuration at recalbox on 4B ??
DRAgon734235 last edited by DRAgon734235
I find a problem， recalbox with HDMI LCD on 4B，
have a problem that the LCD can not rotate 90 degree .
have some method rotate the LCD on 4B ?
rotate the LCD
dtoverlay=dpi18 enable_dpi_lcd=1 display_default_lcd=1 #dpi_group=2 dpi_mode=87 dpi_output_format=0x7f216 hdmi_timings=480 0 10 16 59 800 0 15 113 15 0 0 0 60 0 52000000 6
this is my configuration at config.txt
stay at recalbox logo not caused by “hdmi_drive=2”
if I use HDMI LCD . the same image with HDMI configuration will work well
@DRAgon734235 I just realized that you are referring to a DPI screen, and I was thinking it was a DVI screen, sorry for the mistake.
I just realized that you are referring to a DPI screen, and I was thinking it was a DVI screen, sorry for the mistake.
You need to read these tutorials:
hello， thank for your replay， I think that three wenlink just work for 3B ， Not 4B
Now I am the 4B DPI problem， at 3B ， the DPI LCD display well 。
I have tried this weblink
That just work for 3B ， not work for 4B ，
this code not have any effect
This is my problem， the DPI lcd work well at 3B ， not work well at 4B
your weblink for reference just for 3B not solve 4B problem
@DRAgon734235 that's srtrange but it may comes from the Pi4 3D Accel. Try to comment out the 3D acceleration for pi4 to fall back in Pi3-like running.
With Pi4 3D accel, only 180° rotation is allowed in framebuffer, 90 and 270 do not work
You need to comment
After you should able to rotate the display as in your Pi3 config.
DPI LCD same configuration 3B work well
But 4B just stay at this recalbox logo image
Still stay at recalbox logo image
@DRAgon734235 seems that Emulationstation does not like un accelerated Pi4 config.
When I'll have some time will check on my geekworm dpi screen