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How to delete eMMC memory to reinstall OS
Just bought a used Tinkerboard S, and assumed (foolishly) that it had no OS.  Wrong: it was set up for Android, not what I want at all.  How do I delete the image that is there so as to use Etcher to set it up for Debian?

Got it: boot from memory card, boot debian, and use the file manager to delete the existing images. All ok.
You don't need to erase. It just take to overwrite the new installation.
Light blue words might be a link. Have you try to click on them? Big Grin

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