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[How-to] Go From Stock To Team Eos Rom

This is a discussion on [How-to] Go From Stock To Team Eos Rom within the Motorola Xoom Development forums, part of the Motorola Xoom Hacks category; OK, so I thought maybe it would be helpful to post this guide for going from stock wifi to Team EOS wifi nightly rom. I ...

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    [How-to] Go From Stock To Team Eos Rom

    OK, so I thought maybe it would be helpful to post this guide for going from stock wifi to Team EOS wifi nightly rom.
    I am not responsible for anything that happens to your Xoom whilst attempting this


    *****Rooting**** Universal method Will work for any Xoom version 3.0 and up

    Firstly. I'm assuming you've set up adb and fast boot on your computer.

    Second, you need these:
    Universal Xoom root: http://db.tt/4aPSk1ro Now place this on your external sdcard.
    Download this recovery: http://db.tt/Y1QfVPrA
    Also you need the motohelper USB drivers look for them on motrola website
    Step 1. Unlocking Xoom
    Open a command prompt inside the adb/fast boot folder and type:

    fastboot oem unlock

    Follow the on screen instructions to unlock the boot loader then type:

    fastboot reboot

    Step 2. Type this in command prompt
    adb reboot bootloader

    fastboot flash recovery recovery-Tiamat-R4c-100611-1150-cwm.img


    After you've done that press and hold power and volume up till you see the Motorola logo wait 2 seconds and hit volume down and you should see android recovery then hit volume up if you see clockwork recovery then your good if not redo step 2.

    In cwm, go into "install zip from sdcard" -> "Choose zip from sdcard", then select the Xoom-Universal-Root.zip file you downloaded.

    Helpful: use the volume buttons to go up/down and power button to select

    Reboot and your device will be rooted. If not re flash the root.zip

    Putting on the Team EOS Rom

    Downloads:
    Gapps: Goo-inside.me Downloads - Browsing gapps get the latest one.
    Rom: Goo-inside.me Downloads - Browsing wingray same thing download the latest one

    Once you have downloaded those 2 things place them on the external SD card, then reboot into recovery. Select "install zip from SD card" and then select "choose zip from SD card" then select the rom zip and go down to yes wait for it to be done and do the same thing except select the gapps instead of the rom. Reboot and enjoy!
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    Smile

    if you need help setting up adb please read this thread: http://www.xoomforums.com/forum/moto...platforms.html

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    Hello, I installed your ROM on my Xoom and it looks good. On the first install, gmail was not included so I installed gapps, however, i'm not able to configure gmail. Any ideas?

    Thanks for the help.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Monkey74 View Post
    Hello, I installed your ROM on my Xoom and it looks good. On the first install, gmail was not included so I installed gapps, however, i'm not able to configure gmail. Any ideas?

    Thanks for the help.
    Do you do wipe cache, dalvik cache in advance all within the recovery? Reboot to recovery and do the wipe and see how it go.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Monkey74 View Post
    Hello, I installed your ROM on my Xoom and it looks good. On the first install, gmail was not included so I installed gapps, however, i'm not able to configure gmail. Any ideas?

    Thanks for the help.
    You must flash the rom and gapps one after another while you are still in recovery. Try again and see if the problem persists.

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    [ ] Droid 1 A855
    [ ] Droid 3 XT862
    [x] Xoom WiFi

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    yes, if it not a big deal to you you wipe cache and dalvik cache then flash the latest nightly rom then immediately after flash the latest gapps package.


 

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