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.
Table of Contents
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.
Extract the downloaded JumpDrive release archive for the Librem 5, put the device into flash mode, then run the
boot-purism-librem5.sh script from the release.
Xiaomi Pocophone F1 / OnePlus 6 / OnePlus 6T
Boot the image using
The dependencies are:
- aarch64-linux-gnu- toolchain
- u-boot tools
Additional dependencies for the Purism Librem 5:
- arm-none-eabi- toolchain
Additional dependencies for the Xiaomi Pocophone F1 / OnePlus 6 / OnePlus 6T:
$ 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