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Ground is Pin 9 just to make sure :P but yes that + sudo nano /boot/config.txt --> add the following line to the end of the file: dtoverlay=rpi-display helped me a lot THX SmuPi just to give another hint Typically you want to see your device booting on the TFT. I.e. your boot console must be mapped to /dev/fb1. Open /boot/cmdline.txt as root: > ...


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I haven't tested it, but I remember that you can find the setup wizard on the desktop under the installed applications. Check the menu under "System", "Settings" or similar.


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It should still be there, but not autorun. Try running /usr/bin/piwiz in the Run Menu. It doesn't really do anything that can't be done with raspi-config


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As I understand it, the tool you accidentally cancelled is known as piwiz.desktop (also known as the "First-run Wizard"), and it is located here: /etc/xdg/autostart/piwiz.desktop. You might first want to check to see if it's still there, and re-start it if you can. Another alternative is to re-flash your SD card using rpi-imager. Follow these ...


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