This is the official support page for JOdin3, a CASUAL-X project. JOdin3 allows you to flash Odin files on Linux, Mac and Windows. It is powered by CASUAL and @Benjamin Dobell 's Heimdall tool. Using the power of CASUALcore, LibPit and Heimdall, it enables flashing of Odin files in the same manner you'd expect from the offical Samsung Odin tool.
Read more: http://casual-dev.com/2014/01/04/jod...flashing-tool/
Never download from anywhere except the link above. I won't have the CASUAL name tarnished with malware. Also, verify that your download has the proper signatures with the "jar-signer -verify" command.
We expect this to be relatively trouble-free. However, there are some stumbling blocks. First, JOdin3 requires a PIT file, which can be automatically obtained, but it requires a device reboot. Jodin3 will walk you through this process. On windows, drivers should be auto-installed. On Mac, Heimdall will be auto-installed. On debian-based Linux, Heimdall will be automatically installed and you will receive in-app instructions on all platforms.
With that said, 99.9999% of problems should be solvable with the simple troubleshooting guide below
Mac: Visit the Heimdall Website and install the packages for your distribution, then reboot: http://glassechidna.com.au/heimdall/
Linux: Visit the Heimdall Website and install the packages for your distribution: http://glassechidna.com.au/heimdall/
Windows: Put your device into Download mode, install this driver and reboot. http://android-casual.googlecode.com...mdall/CADI.exe
Special instructions for Mac:
This is a CASUAL-X project. CASUAL-X projects are based on or around CASUAL but not part of the main stream. This CASUAL-X project will be updated alongside of CASUALcore and will be available as long as our servers can handle the load. You can read more about CASUAL at http://casual-dev.com
@Benjamin Dobell for creating Heimdall
@jrloper for streamlining processes and creating drivers
@Loglud for providing the server space and many helpful utilities which enable this
@Ralekdev for analyzing PIT files helping me to gain a better understanding of how they function