BPI-M64 eMMC flash

BPI-M64 have support 8G eMMC flash on board by defaults.

also can support 4-64G eMMC for option:

test 64G eMMC flash on BPI-M3, same way can rework on BPI-M64

http://forum.banana-pi.org/t/replace-the-on-board-8g-emmc-with-64g-emmc-including-some-test-results/1432

So, you can burn your image to eMMC flash and boot from eMMC flash.

How to burn Android image to eMMC

please read this book:

2.2.1 How to burn android image to eMMC

How to burn Linux image to eMMC

please read this book:

2.3.1 How to burn linux image to eMMC

Note:

the first boot is from microSD card. if you want to boot from eMMC flash ,please remove microSD card from BPI-M64 microSD card slots.

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