maybe you have connected another input device or the touch device is registered with a different name - you can change the settings within the file ew_bsp_touch.c. There you will find the following define:
#define DEFAULT_TOUCH_DEVICE "/dev/input/event0"
The current implementation is set-up to use
as touch input device. If you have attached a keyboard or mouse to your Raspberry Pi, then it could be that the touch controller is assigned to a different id. You can found out the names and other attributes of the attached input devices by executing
on your shell.
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