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Driving a Nokia 5110 LCD with Arduino [Tutorial]
posted September 8 2014 5:12.14 by Giorgos Lazaridis

Here is a nice set of three videos uploaded by Julian Ilett on Youtube. Its a detailed tutorial on how to connect a Nokia 5110 LCD on an Arduino and the minimum coding required to drive it. Though its a very good start for beginners, one has to dig in the info of each of the videos and the comments to find the code. Still, a good start...

Video #1

Video #2

Video #3

[Link: Julian Ilett]

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  • At 24 July 2015, 18:03:16 user Renzo wrote:   [reply @ Renzo]
    • I follow your very good lessons on Nokia5110 dispay.
      But where may I find the code ?


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