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- Create Date April 29, 2023
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Heimdall is an open-source firmware flashing tool that is used to flash firmware onto Samsung Galaxy devices. It is a cross-platform tool that works on Windows, macOS, and Linux operating systems. Heimdall is essentially a replacement for the Odin firmware flashing tool, which is only available on Windows. Heimdall was created by a developer named Benjamin Dobell as a result of frustration with the lack of a cross-platform firmware flashing tool for Samsung Galaxy devices.
Heimdall is a powerful tool that can be used to flash official firmware, custom firmware, and recovery images onto Samsung Galaxy devices. It is also capable of performing tasks such as flashing bootloaders and kernel images. Overall, Heimdall is a valuable tool for Samsung Galaxy users who want to flash firmware onto their devices without the limitations of a Windows-only tool like Odin.
You can read more about Heimdall and how it is used in JOdin on Team Android.