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Did i brick my device?

This is a discussion on Did i brick my device? within the Motorola Xoom General Discussion forums, part of the Motorola Xoom Forum category; Hello, it's me again. I had my deviced rooted and had twrp installed on my xoom (4g) device. I wanted to install CM 11 (4.4.4) ...

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    Did i brick my device?

    Hello, it's me again.
    I had my deviced rooted and had twrp installed on my xoom (4g) device.
    I wanted to install CM 11 (4.4.4) on it and i followed the instructions that i could.
    It said i needed twrp bigpart edtion. So i found the file that said twrp bigpart edtion and it said to wipe the device before doing and i did. i flashed it. I then rebooted it and i had to go back into the recovery to see if it worked and it did. it then said to flash the cm 11 file. i tried to flash it. it said that my device was not bigpart partitioned but it was....well i thought about giving up for a bit and i tried just getting back into my device to use facebook a bit but my device is stuck at the dual core screen and it wont go past it. i even tried wiping and factory resetting but now it says no os is installed.

    so now i know that no os is installed on my device how do i fix my issue? is it bricked? what do i do? all i freaking want is CM 11 on my device. I dont know what to do or where to turn. iv researched so much and i still could not install it correclty. adb and fastbook is on my computer btw. i do not have a sd card reader so putting things on my mico sd card through my computer is a no go. only through usb can i do it. i tried adb sideload and stuff. nope. .......someone just help.

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    ADB sideload

    If your recovery supports adb sideload, your tablet can be fixed.

    Look under advanced options for ADB SIDELOAD


 

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