Touch Display

Touch Display

This plugin is helping you to set up a touch display.

Important: It is only possible to use a display OR a device which is connected with HDMI of the Raspberry Pi.

Current supported touch displays:

  • 2.8″ Watterott Touch Display
  • 2.4″ 4DPI-24-HAT
  • 7″ original Raspberry Pi touch display
  • Adafruit 2.8″ touch display
  • Adafruit 3.5″ touch display

Step 1

Download and install the plugin from the plugin gallery. Afterwards, a new entry appears in the menu of the Max2Play user interface.

Step 2

Click on RPi Display. Select the right display which is used and install it.

Step 3

Reboot the system under the menu Settings/Reboot.

Step 4

Now you can select different settings in the RPi Display menu

  • Activate console output on touchscreen – Remember that showing the same screen over a long period of time may damage your screen! Console output is meant for debugging. This works not with 7-inch displays!
  • Rotate display of touchscreen – to change the orientation of your touchscreen
  • LCD as default display – if disabled, the HDMI will be used as primary display
  • Remove cursor – some apps look better without a cursor on the screen
  • mouse 1-click for Kodi – improves Kodi usage on touchscreen by changing navigation to single click instead of double click. You need to start Kodi once before activating this feature