How to Use Odin Multi Downloader to Flash Samsung Firmware
Odin Multi Downloader is a tool that allows you to flash stock firmware on Samsung devices using a Windows PC. It supports various file formats such as *.bin, *.tar and *tar.md5. In this article, we will show you how to use Odin Multi Downloader to flash Samsung firmware on your device.
What You Need
A Samsung device that is compatible with Odin Multi Downloader. You can check the compatibility list here.
A Windows PC with the latest version of Odin Multi Downloader installed. You can download it from here.
A USB cable to connect your device to your PC.
The stock firmware file for your device. You can download it from here or here.
A backup of your data, as flashing firmware will erase everything on your device.
How to Flash Samsung Firmware Using Odin Multi Downloader
Extract the firmware file you downloaded and you will get a file with .tar or .tar.md5 extension.
Run Odin Multi Downloader as administrator on your PC.
Turn off your device and boot it into Download Mode or Odin Mode by pressing and holding Volume Down + Home + Power buttons simultaneously for a few seconds. Release the buttons when you see a warning screen and press Volume Up to confirm.
Connect your device to your PC using the USB cable. Odin Multi Downloader should recognize your device and show a blue or yellow box in the ID:COM section.
Click on the AP button in Odin Multi Downloader and browse to the firmware file you extracted. Make sure that only Auto Reboot and F. Reset Time options are checked in the Options section.
Click on the Start button to begin the flashing process. Do not disconnect your device or close Odin Multi Downloader until the process is completed.
When the flashing is done, you will see a green PASS message in Odin Multi Downloader and your device will reboot automatically.
Disconnect your device from your PC and enjoy the new firmware.
If Odin Multi Downloader fails to recognize your device, try using a different USB port or cable, reinstalling the USB drivers, or restarting your PC.
If Odin Multi Downloader gets stuck at setup connection or shows an error message, try using a different version of Odin Multi Downloader, downloading a different firmware file, or wiping the cache partition of your device.
If your device gets stuck in a boot loop or shows an error message after flashing, try performing a factory reset from the recovery mode by pressing and holding Volume Up + Home + Power buttons simultaneously for a few seconds. Release the buttons when you see the recovery screen and use the volume buttons to navigate and the power button to select. Choose wipe data/factory reset and confirm. Then choose reboot system now and confirm. 061ffe29dd