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This is a library for the ILI9225 based 2.2" 176x220 TFT LCD shields commonly found on eBay, originally forked from the screen_4D_22_library library. The ability to use GLCD fonts has been added and the syntax has been changed to match the Adafruit libraries somewhat.

Note that there is a commonly available 2.2" 240x320 TFT module very similar in appearance but using the ILI9341 driver.



Using Arduino Library Manager

  • In the Arduino IDE menu, select:
  • Sketch
  • Include Library
  • Manage Libraries...
  • In the resulting Library Manager dialog:
  • Enter "9225" in the search filter field (Filter your search...)
  • Select TFT_22_ILI9225" in the list
  • Click the Install button

Direct Installation

  • Click the Download ZIP button on the right to download
  • Extract the ZIP file to the library folder your arduinosketchfolder/libraries/ folder. You may need to create the libraries subfolder if it's your first library.
  • Rename the uncompressed folder from TFT_22_ILI9225-master to TFT_22_ILI9225
  • Restart the Arduino IDE

Look at the included "Basic_Demo" example sketch for sample code and the Wiki for documentation.


Documentation describing physical module connections, library methods, fonts etc. can be found in the repo's Wiki

Bugs/Enhancement Requests

Please log all requests on the Issues tab

Note that this an open source project, it may take some time for your requests to be addressed.


Many thanks to all the contributors that have vastly improved this library from it's humble beginnings. Individual contributions are listed in the file:


Arduino library for 2.2" TFT display modules with ILI9225 driver



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