@khromov Hi, I'm not using a "real" tingbot app – instead I set up a "normal" raspbian on my tingbot made to work with the Tingbot display.
It seems the instructions on how to set that up (first link in the original post) got merged with instructions on how to set up retropie, but if I remember correctly, it's mostly the "Tingbot Overlay" stuff still mentioned there.
Maybe (untested! please only use on an installation you consider replaceable!) my ancient script on the tingbot slack still works: https://tingbot.slack.com/files/U1E85V4Q6/F2LE7Q0RX/prepare_lcd_raspbian_sh.sh
Once that is set up, you can try the nodejs and tingbot-node installation as described on https://github.com/jgibbon/tingbot-node to get the button controls and brightness running. Test it with some of the examples on the same page and let me know if it still works.
In the code from the video, I run chromium from node js as follows:
Sorry - I have just seen this. The way the screen fits on the GPIOs there may be a small tolerance for light to escape from the backlit LCD. Mainly can only be seen in dark conditions. If you email through further shots of the module via firstname.lastname@example.org I can see if there are any other issues present
Hey Samrthi. You're right that it's not going to be possible to register the Tingbot with a browser login portal. Perhaps you could connect the Tingbot to your computer directly using Ethernet instead?