Odin 3.14.1 is now available for the latest Samsung Galaxy devices with Android 10 (One UI 2.0) firmware on them. It is now expected that with every major Android update, a new Odin is released to support the new Android architecture and feature updates. In a similar release, you can now download Odin 3.14.1 that brings support for Android 10 based One UI 2.0 software updates.

As usual, there is no official changelog to find out what changed with Odin 3.14.1. However, the only feature we are sure about is the new Android version support. The current Samsung flagship phones i.e Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+ come with Android 9.0 Pie out of the box. Android 10 was released for the for the 2019 flagship devices last month. This is why we did not get the newer Odin release sooner.

Odin 3.14.1 on Windows PC

Samsung Devices with Android 10

There are only a handful of Samsung devices with Android 10 based One UI 2.0 software update. This update brought a number of new features, improved interface for one-handed usage and some very useful tweaks. Here is a list of flagship phones that currently have Android 10 and will be fully compatible with Odin 3.14.1:

  • Samsung Galaxy Note 10+
  • Samsung Galaxy Note 10
  • Samsung Galaxy S10+ 5G
  • Samsung Galaxy S10+
  • Samsung Galaxy S10
  • Samsung Galaxy Note 9
  • Samsung Galaxy S9+
  • Samsung Galaxy S9

Some of the devices are still running Android 10 beta, but they are still on track to receive the stable build in the coming days. If you need to install official firmware manually on any of the above devices, this latest new Odin will be used.

The upcoming Samsung Galaxy S20 will be the first Samsung flagship phone to have Android 10 out-of-the-box.

Download Odin 3.14.1

You can download the latest Odin for Windows PC from here:

NOTE: If this download link stops working, drop us a comment below and we will update this page.

Odin 3.14.1 for Mac

Unlike the previous Odin v3.13.1, this release does not have the latest binaries to run on macOS with JOdin. If this changes in the future, we will update this page with a link to the S1PlugIn.bundle file.

If you have a Mac and need to use Odin to flash firmware on a Samsung Galaxy device, your best option is to set up a virtual machine with Windows 10 on it. You can do that with Virtual Box or Parallels Desktop for Mac. In our tests, this environment works well for quickly flashing firmware on Samsung devices when you do not have a Windows PC around.

Looking for older versions of Odin? Download them from here: Download Odin (All Versions)

Common Issues / Troubleshooting Guide

If this is your first time working with Odin, you might find yourself stuck with these common issues. Here is a quick troubleshooting guide that might come in handy if you are stuck in any of the following situations:

Phone stuck on Android logo: If you Samsung Galaxy device is stuck on the Samsung logo, press and hold the Volume Down + Power buttons for a few seconds till your phone reboots. Enter Download Mode again and repeat the installation steps.

Getting Non-Functional and FAILED messages: To fix this, unplug your phone from the cable and plug it again. Enter Download Mode again and wait till Odin connects back to your device. This is one of the most common problems with Odin.

Phone not connected: If Odin fails to detect your Samsung device, please make sure you have the latest Samsung USB drivers installed.


If you need help downloading firmware for your Samsung Galaxy phone or run into other problems with Odin 3.14.1, you can write to us using the contact form or leave a comment below. You will be hearing soon from one of our team members!

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