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5. Februar 2017 at 11:33 #26676
i planning to use the following pHat’s to create a standalone music player with max2play and a Raspberry Pi Zero:
Justboom DAC zero pHat
pisupply paPIrus pHat
for power supply, charge management and on/off i want to use the LiFePO4wered/Pi – shield
Therefor, i want to use the 5 hardware buttons of the papirus for
-jump folder fwd
-jump folder bck
-jump song fwd
-jump song bck
-play / pause
(these buttons are directly connected to 5 gpio pins)
-volume control is realized over the justboom encoder feature
main target is:
a headless, portable and easy-to-use music player without any use of a web interface or WiFi
with option to get the ePaper display working for song information.
I also need to:
-load the music player/playlist at startup
-autoload newly added albums to the playlist
-get a working SD-card for rPi Zero with 32-64gB
max2play is working on my Rpi zero quite good, so i want to use it for this project
Has anyone done something similar before?
How can i implement hardware buttons in max2play with python?6. Februar 2017 at 15:29 #26694
Please note that we do not support pisupply paPIrus pHat and LiFePO4wered/Pi – shield at the moment. Please post your quesion on Max2Play Projects and Builds Forum:
and we will do our best to help in order to develop this project.
6. Februar 2017 at 22:28 #26704
- This reply was modified 6 years, 4 months ago by Mbydeen.
thanks for the advice. I reposted the Thread in the projects section.
Please mention that this is not a support request for specific Hats.
I’m more interested in phyton libraries, scripts for the mpd which make it possible to implement hardware control
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