Originally Posted by Razer(x)
What about CWM zip files?
The safest way I know of to flash a radio right now is via ODIN.
I've helped someone recover from a bad radio flash via ODIN, and we had no issues. CWM would have been useless. He had a soft-brick as a result of it. So no CWM access. So if you're flashing a radio, you should have PC access with ODIN in case something goes wrong.
If you get a soft-brick with the connect to PC icon, then you will need ODIN packages. So I encourage everyone to flash radios via ODIN, where you get md5 verification of the files (via the .tar.md5's I posted). If you flash via CWM you might not get that verification.