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Samsung Odin

Hello, Friends, I am a fresher to this forum. I have a quiz. I am Samsung grand prime user. I have heard about Samsung Odin few times. But I have no complete idea about this. Though I read some articles I could not get it. Could you please explain what is Samsung Odin. Can anyone help me? Happy Happy Happy

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Re: odin

"Samsung Odin is windows based ROM Flashing tool / Rooting tool specially made for Samsung smart Phones and tablets.'
If you don't understand that, don't use it. It's for experts only, and you aren't.

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odin

Thank you very much for your kind cooperation. Could you please tell me what are the benefits we can have after ROM flashing.

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Re: flashing

Android is replaced by what you flash it with. If you aren't happy with the Android it comes with and you find an alternative that suits you better, flashing means installing that. What are you looking for in another OS?

It can be compared with switching from Windows to Linux, done by people preferring Linux above Windows for whatever reason they have (such as for Linux: it's free, it doesn't spy, I can choose my own updates).

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odin

Oh really.you have given the perfect answer. I understood well. Thank you very much, buddy

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