Here you can download the latest Odin 3.13.1 for Windows and macOS. This is the last release of Odin by the community managing it. This release can now support flashing of Android 8.0 Oreo and Android 9.0 Pie (One UI) firmware. Not just the software side, Odin now also supports all the latest Android devices, like the Samsung Galaxy S8, Galaxy S9, Galaxy Note 8 and Samsung Galaxy Note 9. As these phones get upgraded with new Android versions, they get new features and that brings in updates to tools, i.e. Odin (all versions). As Android Pie is rolled out to more Samsung Galaxy devices, you will need to have the latest Odin and Samsung USB drivers for your phone.
With this new Odin release, macOS support has been included as well. All you need to do in order to get Odin running on the Mac OS X, is extract S1PlugIn.bundle (for VMware) which has been included in our Odin 3.13.1 download package. The Windows library file (SS_DL.dll) ships with this unified package as well.
Related: You can also try out JOdin3, a free alternative to Odin on macOS.
Odin v3.13.1 for Samsung Phones – Details
Many users started facing issues while flashing new firmware. Like when installing Android Oreo or Android Pie with One UI on Samsung phones through older Odin revisions, the installation would simply fail. So to address that, there is a new update to Odin which supports Oreo and Pie.
Apart from official firmware, Odin does allow you to flash custom packages such as TWRP custom recovery, root utility and more. This latest revision will bring better support for utilities relying on Android Oreo and Android Pie (One UI) — means, less chances of you ending up with a bricked phone.
Download Odin 3.13.1
You can get the latest Odin package from the fast download link ahead
As mentioned previously, the new Odin zip package is to work with both Windows and macOS. For Mac, you just need to extract the S1PlugIn.bundle included in the above zip and run it through VMware. You can also try the alternative utility for Mac, called as JOdin.
Looking for older Odin versions? Read: Download Odin (All Versions)
What firmware would you be flashing with the new Odin package? And if run into any installation problems or issues with the Android Oreo / Android Pie firmware, let us know in the comments!