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Clarification: Heimdall is the multi-platform recovery/new os flasher for Samsung phones. It uses the same image formats (special snowflake, can't read .img) as Odin, which is a leaked tool for Windows only.
There is allegedly a script that converts .img to Odin's format, but it works only on Windows... My question is this: is there such a script/app for Linux and what is even the point of making Heimdall if it uses the same format that can be only generated on Windows... Oh, right, Heimdall is open source. Linux version is still pointless, though, considering I need Windows anyway to convert the image file.
<facepalm> Don't trust frontends... Should've went with command-line from the get-go. Thanks... I'm having trouble finding the simplest answer using search engines lately...
Anyone selling rooted developer phones around the Czech Republic? Looks like forcing the company to buy me one is my only option...
But then again, since the stuff I need those logs for happens on Android 8.1 Samsungs, that will probably be useless...
No time to fuck around with compiling Heimdall myself, though if that's my only option...
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