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    How did you wire the button? What pins are you connected to?
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    Hi Paul!
    Pin 5 & 6.
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    If you are using pins 3 or 5, you need to disable i2c as noted earlier.
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    I did.

    Could the button that I've used be a problem?
    It's a reset button from a desktop, so not a sticky contact - or how you call that.
    pCP v5.0.0 on all players
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    RPi 3B+ with Hifiberry AMP2 and official 7" touchscreen (Squeezelite + Jivelite), +27k titles on SMB share
    RPi B as dedicated player, connected over wifi with USB dongle
    RPi 2B as dedicated player, connected over powerline
    RPi Zero W as dedicated player
    Squeezer on Android to control

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