Originally Posted by N£utrino
Works fine in Linux (Debian 6 32).
Only one doubt, the -w option only work in S5360 (exclude s5360B-L-etc)??
I made the three possible combinations with "S5360BUTKI3_S5360ZTAKI3_S5360BUTKI3_HOME.tar. md5" (-w|-w -s| default) and flash work very well.
Some explanation on the -w switch
Odin wipe pack works by including the userdata.img file which is an (almost) empty /data file-system image. If the S5360 B/L, S5363 etc models have the same /data partition size, then no problem, but I'm not sure of it.
If there's some help, we can collect the info about.
In addition there's minimal possibility, of different firmware versions on same model have different partition setup. I haven't see practical example for, but who knows what future brings...