How to install Ubuntu using a smart phone as the installation media?

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A virus has corrupted my desktop’s hard drive. How can I remove the remnants of Windows and install Ubuntu on it?

I have only a working mobile phone and one 4GB USB drive. The 4GB drive has vacation photos on it. I have no friends to borrow things from. What to do? Step by step please, any terminal commands should be familiar to a Ubuntu user.

This question is loosely based on Is extracting a ISO file to USB the same method as creating a bootable USB? which was deemed off topic by the DPP.

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