Hey folks, recently picked up a Xoom, and I'm loving it. Got it refurbished off eBay, and everything's been running fine until today.
Noticed today that it was running 3.2.1 (Build HTK57D), and attempted an ICS upgrade using the procedure found here:
Update the Wi-Fi Motorola Xoom tablet with ICS 4.0.4 Firmware
Here's how it all went down:
-Loaded the zip file onto the Xoom via cable
-Turned off Xoom
-Turned on, held in the VolDown key when the "M" screen came up
-STUCK in "Starting Fastboot Protocol Support."
-Did some hunting online, was able to power down with VolUp + Screen button
-Wiped the entire device to factory settings.
-Powered down, Powered up, attempted the VolDown trick.
-Same problem persisted: stuck on the Fastboot screen.
-Able to shut down and operate the tablet normally, as if I never messed with it (minus deleting all my apps).
Now, I'm completely new to all things android. Bought the Rezound as well to fully immerse myself, and I love it. From a technical standpoint though, I have no idea what's going on behind the scenes but I'm willing to learn. For the time being, though... I'm lost.
Thanks so much for any input anyone can provide.