LVGL 8.3 + IL9341 + XPT2046 touch not working


LVGL 8.3 + IL9341 + XPT2046 touch not working

What MCU/Processor/Board and compiler are you using?


What LVGL version are you using?


What do you want to achieve?

What have you tried so far?

tft screen working but touch not working

tft+touch same bus
what is wrong ?

The code block(s) should be formatted like:

#define LGFX_USE_V1
#include <LovyanGFX.hpp>
#include <driver/i2c.h>

// Portrait
#define TFT_WIDTH   240
#define TFT_HEIGHT  320

#define TFT_MOSI    GPIO_NUM_14 
#define TFT_MISO    GPIO_NUM_19  // Set this PIN for using shared SPI option
#define TFT_SCLK    GPIO_NUM_18
#define TFT_DC      GPIO_NUM_21 
#define TFT_CS      GPIO_NUM_15
#define TFT_RST     GPIO_NUM_17
#define TFT_BL      -1

#define TFT_RIQ	GPIO_NUM_47

class LGFX : public lgfx::LGFX_Device
    // provide an instance that matches the type of panel you want to connect to.
    lgfx::Panel_ILI9341 _panel_instance;

    // provide an instance that matches the type of bus to which the panel is connected.
    lgfx::Bus_SPI _bus_instance; // Instances of spi buses

    //Prepare an instance that matches the type of touchscreen. 
  //  lgfx::Touch_FT5x06  _touch_instance;
		lgfx::Touch_XPT2046 _touch_instance;
	//lgfx::Touch_STMPE610 _touch_instance; 
    //lgfx::Light_PWM     _light_instance;


      // set up bus control.
      auto cfg = _bus_instance.config(); // gets the structure for bus settings.

      // SPI bus settings
      cfg.spi_host = SPI_HOST_ID;// SPI_HOST_ID; // Select SPI to use ESP32-S2,C3: SPI2_HOST or SPI3_HOST / ESP32: VSPI_HOST or HSPI_HOST

      //* Due to the ESP-IDF upgrade, the description of VSPI_HOST , HSPI_HOST will be deprecated, so if you get an error, use SPI2_HOST , SPI3_HOST instead.
      cfg.spi_mode = 0;          // Set SPI communication mode (0-3) 
      cfg.freq_write = 40000000; // SPI clock on transmission (up to 80MHz, rounded to 80MHz divided by integer)
      cfg.freq_read = 16000000;  // SPI clock on reception
      cfg.spi_3wire = true;      // Set true when receiving on the MOSI pin
      cfg.use_lock = true;       // set true if transaction lock is used
      //  * With the ESP-IDF version upgrade, SPI_DMA_CH_AUTO (automatic setting) of DMA channels is recommended. 
      cfg.dma_channel = SPI_DMA_CH_AUTO; // Set DMA channel to be used (0=DMA not used / 1=1ch / 2=ch / SPI_DMA_CH_AUTO=Auto setting)

      cfg.pin_sclk = TFT_SCLK; // Set SCLK pin number for SPI
      cfg.pin_mosi = TFT_MOSI; // Set SPI MOSI pin number

      // When using the SPI bus, which is common to the SD card, be sure to set MISO without omitting it.
      cfg.pin_miso = TFT_MISO; // Set THE MSO pin number of spi (-1 = disable)
      cfg.pin_dc = TFT_DC;    // Set THE D/C pin number of SPI (-1 = disable)

      _bus_instance.config(cfg);              // reflects the setting value on the bus.
      _panel_instance.setBus(&_bus_instance); // Set the bus to the panel.

      // set the display panel control.
      auto cfg = _panel_instance.config(); // gets the structure for display panel settings.

      cfg.pin_cs = TFT_CS;    // Pin number to which CS is connected (-1 = disable)
      cfg.pin_rst = TFT_RST;  // Pin number to which RST is connected (-1 = disable)
      cfg.pin_busy = -1;      // Pin number to which BUSY is connected (-1 = disable)

      // the following setting values are set to a general initial value for each panel,
      cfg.panel_width = TFT_WIDTH;    // actual visible width
      cfg.panel_height = TFT_HEIGHT;   // actually visible height
      cfg.offset_x = 0;         // Panel X-direction offset amount
      cfg.offset_y = 0;         // Panel Y offset amount
      cfg.offset_rotation = 0;  // offset of rotational values from 0 to 7 (4 to 7 upside down)
      cfg.dummy_read_pixel = 8; // number of bits in dummy leads before pixel read
      cfg.dummy_read_bits = 1;  // number of bits in dummy leads before reading non-pixel data
      cfg.readable = true;      // set to true if data can be read
      cfg.invert = false;       // set to true if the light and dark of the panel is reversed
      cfg.rgb_order = false;    // set to true if the red and blue of the panel are swapped
      cfg.dlen_16bit = false;   // Set to true for panels that transmit data lengths in 16-bit increments in 16-bit parallel or SPI
      cfg.bus_shared = true;    // Set to true when sharing the bus with sd card (bus control is performed with drawJpgFile, etc.)

      // The following should only be set if the display is misalized by a driver with a variable number of pixels, such as st7735 or ILI9163.
      // cfg.memory_width = 240; //Maximum width supported by driver ICs
      // cfg.memory_height = 320; //Maximum height supported by driver ICs


        auto cfg = _touch_instance.config();
        cfg.x_min = 0;  //Smallest X value (raw value) obtained from the touch screen
        cfg.x_max = 239;  //The maximum X value (raw value) obtained from the touch screen
        cfg.y_min = 0;  //Smallest Y value (raw value) obtained from the touch screen
        cfg.y_max = 319;  //The largest Y-value (raw value) obtained from the touchscreen
        cfg.pin_int = TFT_RIQ;//38;  //Number of pins to which INT is connected
        cfg.bus_shared = true;  //Set to true if using a bus that is common to the screen
        cfg.offset_rotation = 0;  //Adjustment when the display and touch orientations do not match Set with a value of 0~7

        // For SPI connections
        cfg.spi_host = SPI_HOST_ID;  //Select SPI to use (HSPI_HOST or VSPI_HOST)
        cfg.freq = 1*1000*1000;  //Set the SPI Clock
        cfg.pin_sclk = TFT_SCLK;  //Pin number to which SCLK is connected
        cfg.pin_mosi = TFT_MOSI;  //Number of pins to which MOSI is connected
        cfg.pin_miso = TFT_MISO;  //Pin number to which MISO is connected
        cfg.pin_cs = TFT_RTOUCH_CS;  //Pin number to which CS is connected

        _panel_instance.setTouch(&_touch_instance);  //Set the touch screen on the panel. 
    setPanel(&_panel_instance); // Set the panel to be used.

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can anyone help me ?

I haven’t used arduino libraries, but have you tried example code? Have you found any examples that use the same set up and tried them?