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  1. It should not require it... I have never needed...

    It should not require it... I have never needed to hook up anything that way... But I don't use Audio except for testing..

    But feels like a bad ground circuit... And yes in theory if plugged into...
  2. I would assume you have tried different USB...

    I would assume you have tried different USB cables to make sure that there is not a problem... Could be bad power or ground connection. I have had some USB cables that work to some teensy boards...
  3. Sorry, again hopefully others will have more...

    Sorry, again hopefully others will have more ideas.

    But we are again sort of shooting in the dark, as we are don't see your board and hook ups and the like. Again probably does not help you to...
  4. It depends on what code you are using... More...

    It depends on what code you are using...
    More specifically it matches what you pass through to the constructor...


    #define TFT_DC 9
    #define TFT_CS 10
    #define TFT_RST 8
    // Setup optional...
  5. Please don't create N different threads for the...

    Please don't create N different threads for the same conversation.

    I believe a lot of this is done at the host level. That is for example on PC keyboard controller. You can change the Repeat...
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    Simple Answer is in a generic way you probably...

    Simple Answer is in a generic way you probably can not.

    That is if you want it to on each run if you have a different keyboard plugged in, you wish for these values to mimic it.
    That is that...
  7. Sorry I am not Paul, but ... As mentioned by...

    Sorry I am not Paul, but ...

    As mentioned by Paul, several of our examples were setup as big test cases to try out several different things, and the one named Mouse is/was the kitchen sink,...
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    You might look at this thread...

    You might look at this thread https://forum.pjrc.com/threads/70542-NEW-GC9A01A-Display-driver-for-Teensy-3-x-and-Teensy-4-x?p=308775#post308775
  9. Another option is if you switch one or more io...

    Another option is if you switch one or more io pins back from fast mode to normal move. See iomux setting in startup.c
    Each of the io ports have 2 interrupts, one for lower pins and one for higher...
  10. Thread: I2C issues,

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    I could be wrong, but I believe that support has...

    I could be wrong, but I believe that support has been in there for several years now. For example when the AVR and T3.x code was split into separate files back in 2017, I believe it
    was in there...
  11. Quick update... I actually received a second...

    Quick update...

    I actually received a second one, which I picked up this morning from the Mailbox...

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    Code is not 100%, but looks sort of fun using the round displays.
    ...
  12. Thread: SD card on a 4.0

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    With the SD library with SPI1 and SPI2... ...

    With the SD library with SPI1 and SPI2...

    Look at the Examples->SD->SdFat_Usage example

    It shows some example on how to do things like that, including:
    //ok =...
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    Good luck. I know at least with some RPI like...

    Good luck. I know at least with some RPI like TFT displays I have played with. They roll their own and maybe don't use any standard chipset like the SSD...
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    Obviously it will depend on which display you are...

    Obviously it will depend on which display you are trying to use...

    But for example SSD1306 - I would try Adafruit_SSD1306

    They have a constructor:

    Adafruit_SSD1306(uint8_t w, uint8_t h,...
  15. Good morning all (at least my time zone)... So...

    Good morning all (at least my time zone)...

    So far I have not seen the SD Pull Request (https://github.com/PaulStoffregen/SD/pull/43) has not been merged.


    I am debugging this now. Note...
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    I have an RPI 4 running Ubuntu 2204, I programmed...

    I have an RPI 4 running Ubuntu 2204, I programmed a T4 with the sketch installed evtest...

    It has been running maybe 30 minutes and every time I jumper from T2 or T3 to GND
    I receive the events...
  17. Hard to know... For example how is your Audio...

    Hard to know...

    For example how is your Audio Shield hooked up? Is it the proper Audio Shield for the Teensy 4.x?
    What is: SDCARD_CS_PIN set to?
    I am assuming pin 10?
    Are there other things...
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    Thanks, my guess then is: If you updated your...

    Thanks, my guess then is:

    If you updated your Teensyduino version, it overwrote your changes to the core files.

    Look at the Readme file of: https://github.com/dmadison/ArduinoXInput_Teensy...
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    Sorry, I don't find that symbol in anything when...

    Sorry, I don't find that symbol in anything when I do a search in my case <arduino.1.8.19/hardware/teensy/avr>
    So I have no idea what it might be.

    It might help someone to help you if you...
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    It Works!
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    The simplest thing is if you look at the T4.1......

    The simplest thing is if you look at the T4.1... For example card:
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    Is don't use the +5V pin marked on the 5 pin USB Host connector. Instead use your +5v power, possibly with a fuse
  22. Quick update: I am trying an experiment with...

    Quick update:

    I am trying an experiment with the SD drives and the notification event we send to host...

    #if 1
    MTP.send_StoreRemovedEvent(storage_index);
    delay(5);...
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    I am sure there are options to give you a list...

    I am sure there are options to give you a list file. Been awhile since I have looked..

    The Arduino build gives you a .sym file which tells you where everything is located...

    I then sometimes...
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    Yes you can connect to those pins, not sure about...

    Yes you can connect to those pins, not sure about any specific header for it. But if you find one that works...

    I experimented using a few breakout boards and did a quick and dirty castellated...
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    There are 3 on both t4 and t4.1. But 3rd on sd...

    There are 3 on both t4 and t4.1. But 3rd on sd pins and on T41 on bottom memory chip pins
  26. :D Looks like my one should arrive in town...

    :D

    Looks like my one should arrive in town tomrrow
  27. Some updates on MTP and MSC...

    Some updates on MTP and MSC (USBDrive/USBFilesystem):

    I have been playing with some of the what I think of as missing pieces within the MTP and USB Filesystem code. In particular how to make it...
  28. The easiest way to do it, is simply do the...

    The easiest way to do it, is simply do the pinMode(12, OUTPUT) after the call to SPI.begin();
  29. Question that I have had with this, is, are you...

    Question that I have had with this, is, are you using the exact same setup for breadboard versus your board? Or you using someone else's breakout board or your own with same
    CAPS, Resistors, ???...
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    Yes - as you mentioned it is simply the pinouts...

    Yes - as you mentioned it is simply the pinouts changed. You just need to be careful when you wire it up. One of Paul's T4 Beta test boards had socket on it for the Rev C (this was before there was...
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    It will depend on how your code on the Teensy, in...

    It will depend on how your code on the Teensy, in particular, what USB type you are building with. If it is Serial or one of the other ones with name like: Serial + <XYZ> then it is using standard...
  32. Look great

    Look great
  33. Thread: SD card on a 4.0

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    Sorry still over cell connection Or if using...

    Sorry still over cell connection

    Or if using SD.h then instead hard code…

    Could use MAX_FILENAME_LEN
    which is a define in that header file

    Edit I believe font files were fixed so you may...
  34. Thread: SD card on a 4.0

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    Looks like we missed one… will look soon but...

    Looks like we missed one… will look soon but network down…
  35. Thread: SD card on a 4.0

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    As @kd5rxt-mark mentioned use an array... ...

    As @kd5rxt-mark mentioned use an array...

    Quick follow on to that:

    Today @mjs513 posted about a new library for the round display in the thread:...
  36. Great stuff, Will be fun to try it out, once...

    Great stuff, Will be fun to try it out, once mine arrives. Should hopefully arrive within the next week...
  37. Just an FYI - This hub has been mentioned before...

    Just an FYI - This hub has been mentioned before as working back in 2017 in the thread:...
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    How did you install the Arduino? Did you download...

    How did you install the Arduino? Did you download from arduino.cc?
    As mentioned in the download and install instructions: https://www.pjrc.com/teensy/td_download.html


    Good luck.
  39. I also have one on order... I found the other...

    I also have one on order... I found the other hub, that I ordered back then
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    Again Sorry, as I mentioned I have never used...

    Again Sorry, as I mentioned I have never used Joysticks on PC so it is unclear to me, what application code uses on the different platforms.
    And/Or is it configurable.

    I know some google...
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    I just tried it on my Windows machine: ...

    I just tried it on my Windows machine:

    C:\Users\kurte\Documents\Arduino\libraries>arduino-cli board list
    Port Protocol Type Board Name FQBN Core...
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    You might also want to search the forum for other...

    You might also want to search the forum for other threads on joysticks which change the usb descriptor.
    Like the thread: https://forum.pjrc.com/threads/23681-Many-axis-joystick
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    Sorry for some reason I thought there were 14...

    Sorry for some reason I thought there were 14 sliders not 15...

    As for how the hosts deal with a non-standard setup... Not sure. Sorry Maybe someone who uses these might have some more insight
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    Quick FYI - Yesterday RC8 of the IDE was...

    Quick FYI - Yesterday RC8 of the IDE was released.
    If you have others installed that is not ancient, when you start it up, they will ask you if you wish to download and install...
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    Not sure I have not tried the CLI in a long...

    Not sure I have not tried the CLI in a long time.. I am mainly experimenting with the IDE 2
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    If it were me, I would probably double check...

    If it were me, I would probably double check using 2nd Teensy. Like I show here...

    I did a little playing:
    I did not edit your last usb_desc.c file
    I did edit usb_desc.h to make sure the 64...
  47. The Amazon page said I ordered one of these 5...

    The Amazon page said I ordered one of these 5 years ago... Don't remember it, but will look around and see if I find it
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    Again it appears to work on my Ubuntu 22.04...

    Again it appears to work on my Ubuntu 22.04 machine.
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    Note, I am running TyCommander here 0.9.0-107...
    Which I built from current sources

    Edit oops, the picture before was without...
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    Some Hints: Linux... Which? Something like...

    Some Hints: Linux... Which? Something like Ubuntu? Which version?
    And you are running 1.8.13 and 1.53...

    Maybe time to boot up my Ubuntu 22.04 setup.
  50. There is also a thread, called something like the...

    There is also a thread, called something like the website could use some updates. That had tons of pages on it.

    So Paul creates a Github project, I mentioned that he asked for some of us to go...
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