Download Odin Flash Tool

Looking to download Odin Flash Tool to update or flash Stock firmware on your Samsung Galaxy device? We have got you covered. Odin download is the first thing you should do for flashing stock firmware! In this article, we are bringing you all the available versions of Odin Flash Tool for download, including the latest version Odin3 3.13.1. With the Odin tool, you would be able to flash stock firmware, custom recovery or even root your Samsung Galaxy by flashing a root package such as SuperSu.

The above buttons take you to the downloads section where you should be able to choose which version to download. Odin Latest version? Odin for MacOS? Odin for Marshmallow Firmware? Odin for KitKat/JellyBean Firmware? Prince Comsy Modified ODIN? Odin for Linux? We. Have. Got. Them. ALL!

What is Odin Flash Tool or Odin3?

Samsung Odin Flash tool is a Stock ROM/Firmware flashing tool for Samsung Galaxy Smartphones and Tablets running Android operating system. The tool was made by the manufacturer, Samsung itself, to be used internally and in its authorized service centers to flash stock firmware on their devices. But thanks to our beloved developers over at XDA (and other kind souls on the internet), who have been kind enough in sharing the updated versions of the Odin Tool with us.

Now that it is on the internet, you can freely download Odin Tool and use it to flash stock firmware on your Samsung Galaxy devices. But, the benefits of using the Odin Flash tool does not stop there. You could do a whole of other things with this powerful tool which we can see in the upcoming sections.

Why do we need Odin Flash Tool for Samsung Devices?

Android is the king of customizations. When I say customizations, I don’t just mean changing wallpapers, themes and icon packs. No sir. I also mean the real customization such as installing a custom recovery, taking full control of your device by installing a root package, installing a custom Kernel specially made for your device for performance improvements and much more.

Android, being very diverse the way it is, does not feel the same on all Android devices. For example, if you keep the Google Pixel 3 and Samsung Galaxy S10 side by side, you wouldn’t be able to tell they are running the same OS in the first glance. The reason is that Android OEMs modify and customize Android to add new features and functionalities to it gain a lead over other OEMs. You would not need a tool like Odin in order to flash stock firmware or a custom recovery on a Google Pixel or OnePlus device. They are built that way. And Samsung devices are built in a different way. And that’s why you need to download Odin for Samsung devices.

Odin Tool: Features

If you want to know it features before you download Odin, here are some. With the help of the Odin tool, you would be able to:

Flash Stock Firmware – With Odin, you can Flash stock firmware on your Samsung Device without tripping KNOX Counter (Knox is a security solution added to Samsung Galaxy devices by Samsung). So this is extremely useful to come with a fix in a condition like crash, boot loop or any issue related to software operations.

But the advantage does not stop there – it lets you install updates or stock firmware which are not yet available on your device. Samsung does not roll out updates worldwide in one go. It rolls out Android updates in a staged manner.  For example, Android Pie for your device is available for download in the Netherlands but not in your country, yet. You don’t have to wait for it to be available. Rather, you can download Samsung Stock Firmware of that country and install it on your own device. Pretty neat if you ask me.

Flash Custom Firmware (Flashing Custom ROM) – Flashing a Custom firmware stands for replacing content aiming modifications in the firmware. Odin allows an effective processing

Flash Recovery File (TWRP) – Like Stock and Custom firmware flashing Odin gives the chance for flash Stock or Custom Recovery. In that way, you will be able to add many sorts of functions to your Samsung Android device.

Flash Kernels ( .tar/.zip/.img) – Flashing Stock or Custom Kernels is possible. Notice, you must have Odin flashable custom kernel (.tar) and compatible with your Android device.

Flash Root Package (MD5 and .tar files) – Odin can Flash custom root packages such as SuperSU on your device to letting root access.

Now that you are fully aware of the benefits of Odin Tool, are you ready for Odin download? Head over to the next section to grab the Odin Tool.

Download Odin Tool [All Versions] – For Windows

In most cases, you would want to download the latest version. But if you are using an older device running an older version of Android, you might want to download appropriate versions. If you are following any guide, make sure you are downloading the right version mentioned in that particular guide.

Quick Download

While you can find all the available versions in the next section, here are some of the important versions, ready for quick download:

DescriptionRecommended Version
Latest VersionOdin3_v3.13.1.zip
For Installing Modified FirmwareOdin3 v3.13.1_3B PatcheD.zip
For the latest Galaxy devicesPrince Comsy Modified ODIN.zip
For Marshmallow FirmwareOdin3_v3.11.1.zip/
Odin3_v3.10.7.zip
For KitKat/JellyBean FirmwareOdin3_v3.09.zip
For ICS/GingerBread FirmwareOdin3_v1.85.zip

Download Odin – All Versions

And here are the all available versions listed from the latest version first to the oldest version last:

All Versions
PrinceComsyModifiedODIN.zip
Odin3_v3.13.1_3B_PatcheD.zip
Odin3_v3.13.1.zip
Odin3_v3.12.10.zip
Odin3_v3.12.7.zip
Odin3_v3.12.5.zip
Odin3_v3.12.4_4.zip
Odin3_v3.12.3.zip
Odin3_v3.11.2.zip
Odin3_v3.11.1.zip
Odin3_v3.10.7.zip
Odin3_v3.10.6.zip
Odin3_v3.10.5.zip
Odin3_v3.10.0.zip
Odin3_v3.09.zip
Odin3_v3.07.zip
Odin3_v3.06.zip
Odin3_v3.04.zip
Odin3_v2.10.zip
Odin3_v1.87.zip
Odin3_v1.86.zip
Odin3_v1.85.zip
Odin3_v1.84.zip
Odin3_v1.83.zip
Odin3_v1.82.zip
Odin3_v1.70.zip
Odin3_v1.30.zip

Odin for MacOS and Linux: Heimdall

What is Heimdall?

According to the developers of the tool: Heimdall is a cross-platform open-source tool suite used to flash firmware (aka ROMs) onto Samsung mobile devices.

Why ‘Heimdall’ instead of Odin?

If you did not know already, Samsung Odin Tool is not available for other operating systems than Windows. So, the developers decided to take the matter in their own hands to help people using Linux and MacOS.

Though Heimdall is also available for Windows, we recommend the official Odin tool if you are on a Windows PC rather than using Heimdall.

How does Heimdall work?

Heimdall connects to your Samsung Galaxy device over USB and interacts with software running on the device known as Loke. Loke and Heimdall communicate via the custom Samsung-developed protocol sometimes referred to as the ‘Odin protocol’. Low-level USB in Heimdall is handled by the popular open-source USB library, libusbx.

Download Odin for MacOS

You can grab the latest version of Heimdall – Odin for MacOS by clicking below:

Download Heimdall V1.4.0: Odin for MacOS

Download Odin for Linux Systems

You can download the latest version of Odin for Linux Systems: Heimdall by clicking below:

Download Heimdall: Odin for Linux Systems

A few things to keep in mind before downloading Odin for Linux systems:

Heimdall command line package includes:

  • Heimdall command line tool.
  • udev rules (for non-root USB access).

Heimdall Frontend package includes:

  • Heimdall Frontend – graphical UI only.

Note: In order to use Heimdall Frontend you must also install the command line package.

Understanding Odin Terminologies

In the official Odin Tool, there are a lot of abbreviations used and it might get confusing for a normal user and for the first time users. Here are a few brief explanations on what they mean.

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Odin Terminologies

CSC (Consumer Software Customization): It is specific to a particular geographical region and a carrier. It contains the software packages specific to that region/carrier (Settings such as APN settings).

PIT (Partition Information Table): You only need it if you screw up your partition table or if the firmware specifically requires it because of a change in the partition table layout. Most of the time, you can/should simply ignore this setting.

BL (Bootloader): As the name implies, this option is used to flash the Bootloader of the device.

AP (Application Processor or PDA): Android Partition (aka system partition) which has the core Android files. Under previous Odin versions, this was called “PDA”.

CP (Core Processor): This is used to flash the Modem of the particular device.

Requirements to Install Odin on Windows PC

  • Make sure you have the latest Samsung USB Driver on your PC. Download latest Samsung USB driver and install it on your PC.
  • The official Odin tool only supports Windows Operating System. But there are other alternatives for Mac and Linux which you can grab from here: Download Odin for Linux and Mac [Heimdall Download]
  • Samsung’s home-grown PC companion for Galaxy devices, the Samsung Kies, must not be running while you are using Odin. If it does, it might cause unexpected outcomes.

How to Install Odin Flash Tool on Windows PC

  1. Download Odin Flash tool zip from the downloads section above. There are several versions available; download the one appropriate for your device/Android version.
  2. Unzip and extract the downloaded archive file on your PC.Odin-Download-2
  3. Double click and open the extracted folder.
  4. Next, double-click on the executable file, for example: “Odin3 v3.13.1.exe“.Odin-Download-3
  5. The tool will automatically launch on your Windows PC.Odin-Download-4
  6. Now, you are all set to fly! You can now connect your Samsung Galaxy device and flash at will!

Where to download Samsung Stock Firmware?

You can easily download Samsung Stock Firmware from one of the below sites.

Or, you could follow the below guide:

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