I moved from an Arduino to a bare ATmega328P-PU (to save energy). First I wanted to start a blink-script to verify that it's all working. For this I flashed the bootloader and uploaded the blink-script on the microprocessor. On the arduino the internal pin was successfully blinking. Then I unmounted the ATmega and put it into a breadboard.
I wired everything up. The LED to GND and pin 13, on the other side I put in 5V from a battery, and GND of course. Between the LED and GND I added 220 Ohm and surprisingly if I power it over battery inside the Arduino the internal LED blinks but my own LED (the one with 220 ohms) does not. If I power the arduino over USB both of them blink.
Do you have any ideas on how I can fix this?