After DD Manjaro XFCE ARM to Pinebook Pro EMMC, sdcard now fails to boot

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After re-imaging my emmc using DD with the new December updated Manjaro XFCE,
I lost the ability to boot from my sdcard on my Pinebook Pro with Debian MrFixIt on it.
It now just boots straight to emmc disregarding the sdcard.
Could the re-imaging of the emmc have messed up the booting of the sdcard?
How do I restore boot priority to the micro sdcard?

Thanks for your help. :-/

You may have to reinstall the “BSP” uboot loader to fix that.

first, backup your /boot of you eMMC drive somewhere else (sometime some filer are being changed)

Then : sudo -Sy uboot-pinebookpro-bsp

It will tells you about conflit and remove the previous uboot-pinebookpro package

At the end of the process, you will see three command that pacman ask you to run. Do it to apply the new uboot to your pinebookpro.

finally, check if /boot/extlinux/extlinux.conf was changed. If yes, restore from backup.

Reboot. It should works.