Originally Posted by crazi123man
you probably pluged the screen into the wrong female conector if your screen doesnt work
The screen and bluetooth sockets were plainly labelled on the board. Kinda tough to mix them up, right?
I did fail to mention that I initially had a display, just not what I was expecting after reading the manual. Sometimes the image was incomplete, sometimes it was all "snow". It completely failed after 30 minutes of head-scratching.
I've had a friendly reminder to be patient, and I appreciate it. It's just that I do roughly the same thing for a living (develop/support solid-state devices) and I get hammered just about on the daily about how long will it take, who's payin' for shipping, etc.