If you've messed up your eMMC Card - Solved
I'm pulling facts directly from my ass here, so read with caution:
I assume you saw some kind of proprietary protected volume containing some bootloader or kernel files. If that partition has a descriptor unknown to the host OS or if the host OS doesn't understand the partition layout, it'll default to only showing the primary chunk on the first readable partition.

There are probably others on this forum that can give you a proper answer as to what and why that tiny partition exists in the beginning of the drive.

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RE: If you've messed up your eMMC Card - Solved - by CaptainZalo - 07-03-2018, 01:04 PM

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