Keyboard case for the and should be available in the Pine Store again soon.
Video from production line.

PSA: Do *NOT* flash OG OS images to the . If you do, however, here are recovery instructions.

PinePhone Pro software releases Wiki page:

Our Community Q&A session starts in about 15 minutes! Time to

Reminder: you can hear it on our Discord ( or TILvids (!

You can ask questions in the Discord chat, or on our IRC ( Channel name
on either platform is "-and-a".

See you there!

Today we’re holding the first PINE64 community quarterly Q&A session!

You can participate in one of two ways:

1. By listening in and asking questions on Discord in our Q-&A channel


2. By live-streaming the session on our TILvids PeerTube

Discord link:


Hope to see you there!

This blew our socks off - 's e-paper display now works on mainline ! 🎉

Thanks to Samuel Holland ( as well as other contributors for this incredible achievement.

and Developer Editions have been dispatched today! Partying face

See 'stock, availability and shipping' for more info:

(pictured: PinePhone Pro Dev units)

Developers: second round of coupons going out in a few hours.

Check your emails later today/ tonight.

(video: PinePhone Pro production line)

October Update:

Introducing the - $399

and PinePhone Pro pre-orders are now open to developers & shipping this year!

major firmware progress & project management update

For people asking about panel's EMR pen response time, here is a short video.

ICYMI: We just had our August 2021 Community Update!

We announced the PineNote: a high-end e-ink device powered by the same SoC as the Quartz64.

We also went into detail on upcoming hardware and software updates for PinePhone, Pinebook Pro, and Pinetime.

Read now:

The August community update is due in a week, and we've got some really exciting news to share with you this month.

If you haven't done so yet, consider subscribing to our blog (widget at bottom of the page) to stay up to date:

A much improved touchpad firmware for the is now available for flashing! Presently, the process requires some degree of Linux knowledge, but even a novice should be able to follow the instructions. If you're not comfortable with executing the process, community developer dsimic is working on a use-friendly and (more) automated utility for flashing the firmware.

Follow link for instructions:

The website and forum will go down in about one hour for upgrades and maintenance. Sorry for any inconvenience.

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