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(→‎Flashing to the eMMC: wording changed due to common concerns)
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# Boot an operating system from the microSD card. If there is already a bootloader on the eMMC installed see the section [[PinePhone Pro#Bypassing the eMMC|bypassing the eMMC]] to bypass it
# Boot an operating system from the microSD card. If there is already a bootloader on the eMMC installed see the section [[PinePhone Pro#Bypassing the eMMC|bypassing the eMMC]] to bypass it
# Download or copy the new image to the microSD card
# Download or copy the new image to the microSD card
# Check if the eMMC appears under <code>lsusb</code>. If it doesn't appear there you held the ''RE'' button in the eMMC bypass for too long (the eMMC didn't initialize then)
# Check if the eMMC appears under <code>lsblk</code>. If it doesn't appear there you held the ''RE'' button in the eMMC bypass for too long (the eMMC didn't initialize then)
# Extract the image
# Extract the image
# Flash the extracted image using <code>sudo dd if='''IMAGE.img''' of=/dev/mmcblk2 bs=1M status=progress conv=fsync</code>
# Flash the extracted image using <code>sudo dd if='''IMAGE.img''' of=/dev/mmcblk2 bs=1M status=progress conv=fsync</code>
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