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eMMC Jumper Access from GPIO
Hi.  I've been working with the Tinker Board S for a few months now and it is a great device.  I have mine installed in an Argon 1 case which provides easy access to the GPIO and a power button for the unit.  The problem I have is access to the Mask ROM jumper in this case.  I literally have to deinstall the Tinker Board when I want to flash and use a new OS on the eMMC.  I want to keep a static ELAR Ubuntu on the eMMC but maintain the ability to boot form the SD card when I choose to.  Is there any way to use the GPIO panel for this?  Thanks.

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