racemaniac wrote:And it's a good advice that Roger likes to repeat on this forum: always have 2 of whatever you're working on. it's cheap chinese stuff, something will be broken or break, and if you then have to wait a month for the replacement to arrive...
I bought 3.
One turned up dead - misaligned st chip and solder bridges.
One worked, then I decided to upload bootloader v2 to it using victors sketch - it bricked (think I tried this just before victor updated it to check for page locking).
So I still have 1 good board - this is on my breadboard.
I'm trying to recover the bricked one so I can build a stripboard prototype to go into my project vehicle to replace the Nano that's currently running the system that I'm building. See here -> https://github.com/BennehBoy/LRDuino
The gpio and memory requirements have grown beyond at328.