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[Release] JOdin3 CASUAL Cross Platform and Web-Based Flashing For Samsung Phones

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Hi Adam,

Great work, I installed JOdin3 today and it is the first tool that seems able to recognise signs of life in my bricked p605 (Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 32 GB HongKong). I have tried Heimdall on linux and Odin3 on XP (a machine so old I suspect a broken USB implementation).

But, the p605 is too far gone for JOdin3 to get a PIT file from it, so I had to download a couple from xda-developers to try. In both cases JOdin3 reports them as corrupt and won't wor with them.

I uploaded the 'best' to your PIT file checker a few minutes ago and it processed it completely without errors, reporting
-----END PIT ANALYSIS-----
Logging valid pit file to Build 955-p605-part.pit;
Finished: SUCCESS

I wonder what's going wrong?

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Hi Adam,

Great work, I installed JOdin3 today and it is the first tool that seems able to recognise signs of life in my bricked p605 (Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 32 GB HongKong). I have tried Heimdall on linux and Odin3 on XP (a machine so old I suspect a broken USB implementation).

But, the p605 is too far gone for JOdin3 to get a PIT file from it, so I had to download a couple from xda-developers to try. In both cases JOdin3 reports them as corrupt and won't wor with them.

I uploaded the 'best' to your PIT file checker a few minutes ago and it processed it completely without errors, reporting
-----END PIT ANALYSIS-----
Logging valid pit file to Build 955-p605-part.pit;
Finished: SUCCESS

I wonder what's going wrong?

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Awesome work! Sweet to finally have a Linux option!

I'm trying to flash on a GS5 verizon using Ubuntu 14.04. Each time I "ok" odin to search for my PIT. I get a popup requesting "permission for Heimdall". This causes the Odin modual to not load and PIT is never found. Any suggestions?

Thanks for all your efforts!!
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