Odin3 is a small Samsung tool for saving the firmware, recovery, bootloader or modem in the Samsung Galaxy device. If you have good experience with Samsung devices, you should be aware of this tool, but in case you do not know it, this tool will pave the way for Samsung Galaxy users around the world. Large modem and Android installation. By using Odin3, Samsung Galaxy users can unlock the real power of their device. This tool really becomes convenient when the device has a soft structure and you can not find a way to fix it. By flashing the firmware with Odin3, you can restore the device to complete the basic program of the spare parts, or if you want to turn off the device and the replacement software will perform the task. If you want to release your modem or another loader to install a custom ROM on your device, Odin3 will be used to perform this task. Most user patches also appear in the format .tar.md5 or .tar, the only way to staple these files can be through Odin3, while one of the main applications Odin is very well known – it’s CF-Auto-Root, CF-Auto-Root it script for Chainfire, available for 100 devices. By clicking Odin3, this tool can start your device right away.
Now you can have a pretty good idea about Odin3. Return to our topic. Until recently, Odin3 was available only on Windows computers. This means that if you have a MacBook or Linux computer, you can not directly use Odin3 on the operating system. Users installed VMware to start Windows, and then use Odin3. This has prevented many MAC users from using the open Android software on their Galaxy devices. To welcome such users, the well-known developer Adam Adam Outper switched Odin3 to MAC and named it JOdin3. JOdin3 works with Heimdall, which was previously available for MAC, but now users can perform tasks much easier with JOdin3. If you have experience with Odin3 on a computer running Microsoft Windows, you will be interested to know that JOdin3 has this difference, this tool is as clean as the original Odin3. Files in .tar.md5 and other formats can be viewed using PDA, Boot Loader, Phone & CSC. Now see the instructions for downloading, installing and running them on Mac OSX.
At the time of writing this entry, JOdin3 does not support flashing large files, for example, firmware files. The tool is useful for flashing Recovery, Root, Modem or Bootloader files. Moreover, the tool is intuitive, will guide you through all the steps to make a flash.
Here are a few requirements
- Download and install the latest version of Java on your MacBook. [Really]
- Download and install the latest version of Heimdall on your MacBook. [Really]
- Make sure that you do not have Samsung Kies on your MacBook.
- Disconnect any unnecessary USB devices.
- Use the original data cable between the device and the MacBook.
- Turn on the USB debugging mode on the Galaxy.
- Download the correct restore, root, or requested file.
How to use:
- There are two ways to use this tool. You can access it online or download an offline version. Both have the same functionality.[Update: Online Version is Down so we are providing the Offline Version]
- Download Offline JOdin3 to your MacBook.
- Now click on the desired map, for example, click the “PDA” tab.
- Select the desired .tar.md5 file.
- Place the device in boot mode and connect it now to your MacBook. To start in the Boot mode, completely turn off the device. Now turn it on by pressing and holding the volume down + the home + power key. After switching to boot mode, connect it to the MacBook.
- Make sure that all parameters in JOdin3 are not checked, except for the automatic restart option.
- Now click “Start”, JOdin3 will ask you to write the PIT file of your device. The whole tool is to get this file for you.
- Follow the instructions on the screen and start blinking.
- That’s all. Good luck 🙂