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A swiss army knife for mobile devices, currently supporting:

  • Pine64 PineTab
  • Pine64 PinePhone
  • Purism Librem 5
  • Xiaomi Pocophone F1
  • OnePlus 6
  • OnePlus 6T

You can use this to flash a image directly to eMMC, troubleshooting a broken system, and a lot more.

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Download the latest image for your device here

PinePhone / PineTab

Then use dd to flash the image to an SD card. Jumpdrive is pretty small, so there is no need for a large storage SD card.

Insert the SD card to the device, then boot it up, you should get a nice splash screen and you should see a new storage device after you plug the device to USB.

With the device plugged in, you can now flash a distro, or fix a unbootable installation.

WARNING: In case eMMC isn't showing up try to charge your battery and try again. There are reports of people not being able to flash to eMMC with discharged battery.

Librem 5

Extract the downloaded JumpDrive release archive for the Librem 5, put the device into flash mode, then run the script from the release.

Xiaomi Pocophone F1 / OnePlus 6 / OnePlus 6T

Boot the image using fastboot boot.


The dependencies are:

  • aarch64-linux-gnu- toolchain
  • u-boot tools
  • mtools

Additional dependencies for the Purism Librem 5:

  • arm-none-eabi- toolchain
  • uuu

Additional dependencies for the Xiaomi Pocophone F1 / OnePlus 6 / OnePlus 6T:

  • mkbootimg
$ git submodule update --init --recursive
Downloads the projects to build

$ make -j8 pine64-pinephone.img.xz
Builds everything needed for the pinephone image...

$ make -j8 initramfs-pine64-pinephone.gz
Generate only the initramfs for the pinephone

$ make -j8 all
Generates an image for every supported platform in parallel

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