Here are two charged LiPo batteries. When connecting 860 mAh, the PocketBeagle can start normally. If it is 280 mAh, press POWER_MINI_PUSHBUTTON and power down after 4 user LEDs light up in around 5 seconds. Even with a 280 mAh battery, once it is started with the help of the power supply from the USB, it can operate only with the battery after that.
Does it stop because it is not able to supply enough current at startup? I do not have an ammeter, but I'd appreciate it if you know someone who knows how to check it.
Does anyone have an example that standalone operation is possible with a small battery? If there is any contrivance in the electric circuit and/or boot sequence there, I would like you to share it.
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