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* There's a "RE" button underneath the back cover of the phone that can pressed shortly for a few seconds during boot.
* There's a "RE" button underneath the back cover of the phone that can pressed shortly for a few seconds during boot.
** This method should always allow the eMMC to be temporarily bypassed to boot from the microSD card.
** This method should always allow the eMMC to be temporarily bypassed to boot from the microSD card.
** {{warning|If the button is pressed for too long the eMMC won't be initialized. This could matter if you're trying to boot into the microSD card to then install an operating system on the eMMC.}}
** {{warning|If the button is pressed for too long the eMMC won't be initialized. This could matter if you're trying to boot into the microSD card to then [[PinePhone Pro#Flashing to the eMMC|flash an operating system on the eMMC]]. }}


Ways to '''permanently''' bypass the eMMC:
Ways to '''permanently''' bypass the eMMC:
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