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=== APN settings ===
=== APN settings ===


For tested APN settings see [[PinePhone APN Settings]].
For tested APN settings and how to apply them see [[PinePhone APN Settings]].
 
== Factory Test Requirements ==
 
Most of the self tests should just work, but a couple of them will fail unless certain requirements are met.
 
=== RTL8723CS - WiFi ===
 
* The self test needs a visible access point nearby so it can discover an SSID.
* The self test may fail if the battery charge is too low.
 
=== EG25 - Modem ===
 
* A working micro-SIM that doesn't require a PIN to unlock
* Enough battery charge


== Operating Systems ==
== Operating Systems ==
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The [[PinePhone Software Releases]] page has a complete list of currently supported phone-optimized Operating System images that work with the PinePhone as well as other related software information. As soon as other general Linux distributions ship with kernel V5.7, they will also be able to run unmodified on the device.
The [[PinePhone Software Releases]] page has a complete list of currently supported phone-optimized Operating System images that work with the PinePhone as well as other related software information. As soon as other general Linux distributions ship with kernel V5.7, they will also be able to run unmodified on the device.


== Flashing eMMC using Jumpdrive ==
=== Installation instructions ===
 
For instructions how to install the operating systems on the eMMC or SD card see [[PinePhone Installation Instructions]].
 
=== Flashing eMMC using Jumpdrive ===


[[File:jumpdrive.jpg|400px|thumb|right|Jumpdrive running on the PinePhone]]
[[File:jumpdrive.jpg|400px|thumb|right|Jumpdrive running on the PinePhone]]
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Latest Jumpdrive can be found [https://github.com/dreemurrs-embedded/Jumpdrive/releases/ here].
Latest Jumpdrive can be found [https://github.com/dreemurrs-embedded/Jumpdrive/releases/ here].


=== Detailed Usage Instructions ===
==== Detailed Usage Instructions ====


# Download the Jumpdrive image
# Download the Jumpdrive image
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Jumpdrive also acts as a rescue image in case if you messed up your installation. To do so, you can telnet to '''172.16.42.1''', mount rootfs and fix it!
Jumpdrive also acts as a rescue image in case if you messed up your installation. To do so, you can telnet to '''172.16.42.1''', mount rootfs and fix it!


=== Resize file system ===
==== Resize file system ====


If you flash a 4GB image distribution (such as phosh+debian) to your eMMC, your eMMC will only have a 3.7G partition on it. To use the entire 14.7G on the eMMC, run the following commands:
If you flash a 4GB image distribution (such as phosh+debian) to your eMMC, your eMMC will only have a 3.7G partition on it. To use the entire 14.7G on the eMMC, run the following commands:
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Replace X with your drive's name. Replace Y with the partition you resized in cfdisk.
Replace X with your drive's name. Replace Y with the partition you resized in cfdisk.


=== Feedback ===
==== Feedback ====


If you've found an issue or want to improve the tool consider these sites:
If you've found an issue or want to improve the tool consider these sites:
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