[GUIDE] Complete Samsung ODIN v3.xx Options and Reference

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  1. Harriee

    Harriee New Member

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    Great work,thank you very much ,your guide will definitely useful for the coming user's too nd I also make thanks to ollie for sharing his experience too . Once again thank you to both
     
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    I messed up my phone with a custom ROM by encrypting my phone and then doing the wrong factory wipe.
    No matter what I flashed after that, it always wanted the pass-code to decrypt, which would not work.

    Only recourse was to flash stock ROM with Odin and I needed to "Nand Erase All", this helped me understand that. (Note anyone contemplating the same thing, this destroys all data on the phone, of course).

    Thanks!!!
     
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    Does NAND ERASE ALL delete aswell EFS partition?
     
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    It does, but the data on new devices is stored in two places. But it can cause issues on the S3 and older devices. Newer phones do fine with it.

    Sent from my SCH-I545 using Tapatalk
     
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    Ok thank you, i have Galaxy s6 SM-G920F. i hope i wont get it brick:p btw very nice Odin guide
     
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    One more question. If i tick "EFS Clear" it deletes and cleans efs partition but it re-build its correct? i mean i dont boot and find that my IMEI is missing and things like that... i Have a Galaxy S6 G920F
     
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    KaosMaster,
    Hello! I would like your assistance. I purchased and unlocked Samsung Galaxy Mega a couple of years ago from MetroPCS. I didn't know at the time that I was sold a international phone (UK) until my android attempted to do an update. That update went awry. I contacted Samsung UK and they told me that I had to send it to someone in the UK who would then have to send it to them to be reflashed. Since I don't know anyone in the UK and can't send it directly to Samsung, I am trying to resolve this on my own. This is where your assistance is needed. The phone acts like it wants to turn on but just goes to a more lighted black screen then turns on and off. I attempted to do a reflash via Odin 3.09 but it's been unsuccessful. It looks like nothing is happening. Would you be able to assist me? Here are the steps I took:
    1. Downloaded samsung drivers
    2. Downloaded and extracted Odin 3.09
    3. Downloaded and extracted firmware file ETL-I9205XXUDNF2
    4. Placed phone into Odin mode
    5. See attached photo for settings odinscreen1.jpg
     
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    Hi kaosmaster,

    Im New to this forum because i was looking about settings info of odin.

    This guide is very useful! But i have a answer to your question on #8: with the odin program there is a configuration settings file if you open that and change the 0 to a 1 and save changes it will be usable in odin!

    The best is: you can do this to every setting to be able to use them!

    Hope i helped you as you did me!

    Best regards from Holland
     
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    im not sure what im doing wrong? odin screenshot.jpg
     
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    When I start my S7 edge it is stuck in boot loop, I tried to flash the phone with same stock firmware with latest Odin but after completing the flash process it shows no command and #fail to open recovery_cause(No such file or directory)#
    After unzip the csc file i found the pit file . Now should i select Nand Erase & Re-Partition options after inserting the pit file. Is it safe to select these options?
    I have flash so many time with same firmware, flashing was ok but still i'm facing same problem.
    Millions of Thanks
     
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    Use correct firmware which is shown in phone's recovery mode.
     
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