After beginBMPFromEEPROM() is called, drawBMP() will look for images from the EEPROM, until endBMPFromEEPROM() is called.
Images stored in EEPROM are accessed more slowly than from an SD card.
If drawBMP() cannot find images from EEPROM with the given file name, no image will be rendered on screen, even if a bmp with the same file name is stored on a SD card.
Call endBMPFromEEPROM() after drawBMP() if you want to get images from a SD card afterwards.
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