Stephanie wrote:I've found Arduino is sometimes a bit picky about naming conventions.
Assuming you are using the latest version of the IDE (022) then in the folder where you keep your Arduino sketches, you've created a subdirectory called "libraries" and you have put the SSD1306 library folder in there.
Go into the Arduino/libraries folder and just change the name of the SSD1306 folder to something else. I know the download name is a long one, I changed mine to "SSD1306" and left it at that. You don't need to change anything inside that folder, just the name of the folder itself. So you have "Arduino/libraries/SSD1306".
Once you have done that, restart the Arduino IDE and you should be able to access the new library and the example functions. If you look under Examples you'll see there is a new section for the SSD1306 and under that will be an example sketch. You can just load it straight from there, and it should compile and load without any errors.
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