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last day I bought a 3.5 inch touchscreen from amazon it was written in the description that it was compatible with arduino uno which I currently have but when the screen arrived it was only compatible with arduino mega and I couldnt return. Is there any thing I can do with the screen to work with uno or should I have to buy an arduino mega 

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bravoechonovember1
bravoechonovember1

5 years ago

(to attract more people who will help try changing the title to something like "changing a n arduino mega touchscreen to arduino uno)

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verence
verence

5 years ago

Yes, of course. You can design an interface circuit to attach the scree with less pins (or whatever the problem is). If it is just the software driver, you can program one yourself.

But honestly - think a moment about your question. You bought a 3,5" touch screen. Fine. There are hundreds of different 3.5" screens out there. Post a link to the product or at least mention the exact product code. It doesn't work with the nano. Why? Not enough pins? Not enough RAM? Does it use a non existing interface?

The instructable users want to help, but the number of working crystal balls is pretty low.