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See [[PinePhone Installation Instructions]] on how to install the operating systems.<br>
See [[PinePhone Installation Instructions]] on how to install the operating systems.<br>
However, if your phone came preloaded with software, Please see [[PinePhone Updating Instructions]].
However, if your phone came preloaded with software, Please see [[PinePhone Updating Instructions]].<!--


{{Hint| '''Note:''' Some releases may not have a good setup for the backlight at low brightness.
-->{{Hint| '''Note:''' Some releases may not have a good setup for the backlight at low brightness.
If configured too low, the backlight shuts down completely, but the screen is still displayed and usable in bright front-light.}}
If configured too low, the backlight shuts down completely, but the screen is still displayed and usable in bright front-light.}}<!--


= Software Releases =
-->= Software Releases =


This is a list of OSes that specifically support the PinePhone.
This is a list of OSes that specifically support the PinePhone.
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{| class="wikitable"
{| class="wikitable"
! Default user || <code>alarm/123456</code>
! Default user
! root         || <code>root/root</code>
| <code>alarm/123456</code>
|-
! root
| <code>root/root</code>
|}
|}


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{| class="wikitable"
{| class="wikitable"
! Default user || <code>manjaro/123456</code>
! Default user
! root         || <code>root/root</code>
| <code>manjaro/123456</code>
|-
! root
| <code>root/root</code>
|}
|}


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[[File:Pureos.png|right|100px]]
[[File:Pureos.png|right|100px]]


{{Warning|This project is no longer under development and has been abandoned. Use [https://wiki.pine64.org/wiki/PinePhone_Software_Releases#Mobian Mobian] instead}}
{{Warning|This project is no longer under development and has been abandoned. Use [https://wiki.pine64.org/wiki/PinePhone_Software_Releases#Mobian Mobian] instead}}<!--


{{Hint|There is no prebuilt image, you'll need a Linux environment and build the image yourself.}}
-->{{Hint|There is no prebuilt image, you'll need a Linux environment and build the image yourself.}}<!--


[https://www.pureos.net/ PureOS] is a user friendly, secure and freedom respecting GNU/Linux distribution based on Debian and GNOME developed by the Purism community.
-->[https://www.pureos.net/ PureOS] is a user friendly, secure and freedom respecting GNU/Linux distribution based on Debian and GNOME developed by the Purism community.


* [https://tracker.pureos.net/w/ PureOS Wiki], no PinePhone page there
* [https://tracker.pureos.net/w/ PureOS Wiki], no PinePhone page there
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* When asked where to flash, type 'raw' and it will build the image on your computer. Otherwise define the path /dev/....  to flash to card or internal emmc.  
* When asked where to flash, type 'raw' and it will build the image on your computer. Otherwise define the path /dev/....  to flash to card or internal emmc.  


'''username/password'''
'''username/password'''
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{| class="wikitable"
{| class="wikitable"
! core/pinephone_neon    || KDE Neon via Ubuntu repositories
! Package !! Distro
|-
| core/pinephone_neon    || KDE Neon via Ubuntu repositories
|-
|-
! core/pinephone_nixos  || Nixos Mobile
| core/pinephone_nixos  || Nixos Mobile
|-
|-
! core/pinephone_gentoo  || Gentoo with Link-time Optimization & KDE Mobile or Phosh
| core/pinephone_gentoo  || Gentoo with Link-time Optimization & KDE Mobile or Phosh
|-
|-
! core/pinephone_ubports || Ubuntu Ports for PinePhone
| core/pinephone_ubports || Ubuntu Ports for PinePhone
|-
|-
! core/pinephone_manjaro_kde  || Manjaro for PinePhone: KDE variant
| core/pinephone_manjaro_kde  || Manjaro for PinePhone: KDE variant
|-
|-
! core/pinephone_manjaro_phosh || Manjaro for PinePhone: Phosh variant
| core/pinephone_manjaro_phosh || Manjaro for PinePhone: Phosh variant
|-
|-
! core/pinephone_manjaro_lomiri || Manjaro for PinePhone: Lomiri variant
| core/pinephone_manjaro_lomiri || Manjaro for PinePhone: Lomiri variant
|}
|}


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= Factory Test OS =
= Factory Test OS =


{{Hint|'''Note:''' The magnetometer test will fail on the new Beta Edition, as the factory image wasn't updated for it yet.}}
{{Hint|'''Note:''' The magnetometer test will fail on the new Beta Edition, as the factory image wasn't updated for it yet.}}<!--


On the Braveheart model, there was a postmarketOS based basic Factory Test OS pre-installed on the eMMC.
-->On the Braveheart model, there was a postmarketOS based basic Factory Test OS pre-installed on the eMMC.
The developer Martijn Braam from postmarketOS has improved the functionality of the image considerably later.
The developer Martijn Braam from postmarketOS has improved the functionality of the image considerably later.
Since the 20200501 version, it is able to test all the hardware.
Since the 20200501 version, it is able to test all the hardware.
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{{Warning|Distributions not on this page may not even boot after you follow this section. In the best case, they will be barely usable.
{{Warning|Distributions not on this page may not even boot after you follow this section. In the best case, they will be barely usable.
This is more for fun, or if you would like to port a new distribution to the PinePhone.}}
This is more for fun, or if you would like to port a new distribution to the PinePhone.}}<!--


{{Hint|'''Note:''' This section uses megi's kernel releases, and not the official ones from Pine64. While it is possible to use the official (and in the future, mainline) kernel, megi provides binary releases, which makes it very easy.}}
-->{{Hint|'''Note:''' This section uses megi's kernel releases, and not the official ones from Pine64. While it is possible to use the official (and in the future, mainline) kernel, megi provides binary releases, which makes it very easy.}}<!--


General steps:
-->General steps:


# Create a boot partition (from 4 MB to about 252 MB) and a root partition (from the end of boot to the end of the card) filesystem on the SD card.
# Create a boot partition (from 4 MB to about 252 MB) and a root partition (from the end of boot to the end of the card) filesystem on the SD card.
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