When i power it up through RAW pin with 7V or 9V it has on VCC only (!?) 1,7V. When i power it width 5V through VCC it works fine.
I did have success with IDE v1.8.6 adding the WAVGAT files to \Arduino as mentioned above and getting the Blink sketch to work (LED 1s on & 1s off versus 4s on & 4s off) .
I got duped into buying two of these, gross.Anyone done the pinout comparison to see if we can just pop atmega328 on the boards and call it a day?* I recognize that this does not make sound economic sense under all conditions
I've got the IDE set to "Arduino Pro or Pro Mini, ATMEGA328P (5V, 16MHz)". Interestingly, the back of the board says 5V/3.3V - wonder if I need to change the IDE if I run the board on 3.3V?
Tempted to try programming the bootloader - I'm reluctant to install random board packages from a Drive link, y'know?
Larduino-HSP from github is not support LGT8F328D series
the processor is re-marked by WAVGAT, and it isn't an Atmel AVR, as others have noted, it is one of the series LGT8FX8P - the 32pin package.
What do you mean by "re-marked"? Are you saying that they changed the marking on the chip to make it look like an ATmega328P? Did the product listing you purchased from claim the board used the ATmega328P, with no mention anywhere of it actually being LGT8F328P?