OLED displays on the Raspberry PI and Circuit Python

Published: Thu 09 May 2024
Updated: Thu 09 May 2024 by Ludo In Hardware

Did you purchase a small OLED screen on AliExpress and are struggling to get it working on your Raspberry Pi? I hope to steer you in the right direction with this handy guide.

I'd already had a bit of fun with a 128x32 OLED display and one of the many …

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