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Hello,I think you made a mistake : the voltage regulator on the board is a HT7133 so pin 2 is "power input". You have to solder your wire on pin 3, which is "power output". So why does your solution works ? It's because by injecting the 3.3V directly to the regulator you are bypassing the polarity protection diode and it's voltage drop.
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