HELP! I think I bricked
So, I was rooted with Tiamat 2.2.2 on my Wifi Xoom. I wanted to unroot and load the stock setup so I could upgrade to ICS and then get Tiamat 3.0. I went through the "standard" method of unrooting. Using Android SDk I went through the fastboot flash boot boot.img
fastboot flash system system.img
fastboot flash recovery recovery.img
fastboot flash userdata userdata.img
fastboot erase cache
blah blah blah and then Type fastboot oem lock, wait for the menu, the press the volume-down button. Then press the volume up button. It'll take a minute or so, then reboot. You're now completely back to stock and ready for the update.
So my xoom rebooted and won't leave the the Red M screen. I also tried to force recovery and it won't get past that screen either. I try to load it and it won't leave "Starting fastboot protocol support."
Wingray 4.2.1 EOS Build 174 + TWRP 188.8.131.52
04-29-2012 04:43 PM
Hello. I've been reading up on rooting and going back to stock as I've been interested in the process and maybe take the plunge one day. Anyway, I came across some advice to turn off the Xoom and take the microSD card out (if you have one in) when stuck at the M screen. Turn it back on and reboot. Just a thought.
If you can get to your recovery ...flash your nandroid
Tapped by Ray
At the red m, are you waiting three seconds then push volume down. That should have some text appear in top left corner. Use volume down again till you see android recovery, then hit volume up.
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Last edited by Castorshells; 04-30-2012 at 05:06 PM.
BTW There's no need to go to official ICS to upgrade to tiamat3.0. Just flash the rom in recovery with a full wipe.