How to burn android image to eMMC under windows

1,download android 5.1.1 image from download page.
2,if your PC is windows OS, please download tooling to burn if your PC is Linux OS, please download Linux 32bit or Linux 64bit tooling
example: burn android image to EMMC on windows.
1,install PhonenixSuit.
2,running PhonenixSuit. chick "one key to burn" choose your android image file .
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3,press on BPI-M3 uboot key. and plug in micro USB data line.
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4,press on Power key to boot BPI-M3.
5,press Yes to burn image:
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6,if all is ok , try to boot from eMMC , if not success ,just need try again.
Video demo how to burn android image to eMMC:
This is a guide on burning the Android image onto the eMMC on the Banana Pi BPI-M3. The eMMC is 8GB and decently fast.
You will need to burn android onto MicroSD with Phoenix Card first and boot it. Then you need to enable USB debugging, install Google Composite ADB drivers, and write the image to eMMC with Phoenix Suit. Then you can take out the MicroSD card and boot M3 from eMMC.

How to burn android image to eMMC under Linux

1,download android image from download page.
2,download Linux 32bit or Linux 64bit tooling
3,Ubuntu OS run LiveSuit_For_Linux32(or 64) Directory
sudo ./
if prompt message missing dkms module,please install it:
sudo apt-get install dkms
sudo ./
4,install drivers:
sudo dpkg -i awdev-dkms_0.4_all.deb
5,when finished ,reboot system
6,Ubuntu system add udev rules:
sudo vim /etc/udev/rules.d/10-local.rules
7 input udev rules:
note: please replace GROUP="text" text with your user group.
SUBSYSTEM!="usb_device", ACTION!="add", GOTO="objdev_rules_end"
ATTRS{idVendor}=="1f3a", ATTRS{idProduct}=="efe8", GROUP="text",
save & reboot or just reboot udev server, so you can run as a general user,reboot udev commond :
sudo service udev restart
8 run burn tooling(home/usernamer/Bin )
9 Click "Yes" button to burn eMMC
note: when burn eMMC, it will clean all document on eMMC.
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10, when all is OK ,just rebbot BPI-M3, and boot android image from eMMC flash.