As of this moment I have had to re-flash my Pinebook Pro 4 times. This will shortly become 5. Each time I've had to do this, it's for the same reason... updates to
uboot. Is there any way the
dd commands can be automated following an update to
uboot? Today, I copied and pasted the second
dd command, but accidentally included a new line. This created a file called
/dev/mmcblkX. I removed this file, ran the correct second
dd command and rebooted. Alas, I now have the red power light of death when trying to turn on the Pinebook Pro.
I can't be the only person who occasionally messes up this. It would be good if the process could be placed outside the realms of user error. Especially on the Pinebook Pro, where the keyboard and trackpad aren't exactly the most accurate.