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I would like to resize the screen of my Raspberry Pi with a 3.2" LCD, because is too small to view easily. How can I resize the screen?

  • Please specify exactly which touchscreen module you own. – Janka Oct 30 '16 at 16:50
  • I have a 3.2" lcd but it work only one specific OS, and if i would like to Ise this lcd on kali Linux, it don't work – skatedan Oct 30 '16 at 16:52
  • What's the type of that lcd? There are a couple of 3.2" lcd out there which are very different from each other. – Janka Oct 30 '16 at 16:58
  • banggood.app.link/jQN8XJiOTx, i bought it from banggod – skatedan Oct 30 '16 at 17:01
  • Thats the RPI TFT 32. It's connected via SPI, so you need a custom kernel image where the FBTFT driver is compiled in. What's that "resize a screen" question is about? Are you looking for another FBTFT compatible display which is bigger? Why don't you use a HDMI display with touch when you need a bigger display? – Janka Oct 30 '16 at 17:10
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Depending on PPI and resolution, this may not be possible without making things unable to be seen or read. I don't have that screen personally, but I have the Official 7" touch screen, and that can't be resized.

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