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Pls. Need Help on Upgrading 3.1 to 3.2 on Rooted Telstra Xoom

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    Pls. Need Help on Upgrading 3.1 to 3.2 on Rooted Telstra Xoom

    Hi to everyone,
    Is there a way to update my non us xoom (ROOTED) from 3.1 to 3.2 without reverting to stock.. at the momnt, when i click system update nothing happens..sorry for this dumb 4$$ question, if someone can point me in the right direction it'll be much appreciated
    Thanks.

    rooted using *newtelstraboot.img*, if that makes any diff..cheers!!
    Last edited by Pacquiaoragnob; 11-25-2011 at 09:53 PM.

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    I dun think it can.

    I juz finish d whole cycle rooted 3.1 to stock to 3.2 n rooted...titanium make the life easy to restore my app n data.

    TapaTalking on Note

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    I've never heard of that boot image. Are you US or EU?

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    Quote Originally Posted by NewAge View Post
    I've never heard of that boot image. Are you US or EU?

    From AU (Australia)..got my rooting instructions from nkahoang xda here, [ROOT] Telstra from the Latest HC3.1 Update + Unsecured New Boot Image - xda-developers
    im just new to rooting and in one day, manage to root, bricked, unbricked and root again with the same procedure.

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    Hi NewAge,

    Coz im using unsecured boot image, i might wait and stay 3.1 for now,..i found HTK75D 3.2 update but for US wifi only.

    Cheers anyway.


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    My Xoom is MZ601 Build Number H.6.3-25-5 (Singapore) running Android 3.1 (Rooted)

    I cannot update to v3.2

    I wipe off everything with below image from MOTODEV using this bulid:

    Build H.6.1-38-9 for Retail Other International: For Singapore

    Once wipe off, it will be on Android 3.0.1. then I will OTA Update it to v3.2 and root it again with Universal Root.

    What I do:
    1. I back up my apps with Titanium Backup, once back up..i copy Titanium back up folder to my External SD Card.
    2. Save my video, music..etc on my PC
    3. Wipe off/Flash the image that I get from MOTODEV;
    4. OTA Update to 3.2; and
    5. Rooted with Universal Root
    6. Redownload Titanium, copy back Titanium back up folder from Extenal to Internal and restore my missing app and data
    7. Copy back my video, music..etc
    8. Here i am with rooted v3.2

    If you consider doing it: This what you will need;
    1. Motorola USB Driver
    2. You need Easy ADB
    3. Stock Image
    4. Guide to return to stock (Procedure is the same)

    Hope it help
    Last edited by Astrix; 11-27-2011 at 10:50 PM.
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    Cheers mate,
    i'll try and do it tomorrow, or later on today..i was hoping to avoid going back to stock but cant have everything..
    i'll let you know if it works, hopefully
    Cheers again Astrix


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    Quote Originally Posted by Astrix View Post
    My Xoom is MZ601 Build Number H.6.3-25-5 (Singapore) running Android 3.1 (Rooted)

    I cannot update to v3.2

    I wipe off everything with below image from MOTODEV using this bulid:

    Build H.6.1-38-9 for Retail Other International: For Singapore

    Once wipe off, it will be on Android 3.0.1. then I will OTA Update it to v3.2 and root it again with Universal Root.

    What I do:
    1. I back up my apps with Titanium Backup, once back up..i copy Titanium back up folder to my External SD Card.
    2. Save my video, music..etc on my PC
    3. Wipe off/Flash the image that I get from MOTODEV;
    4. OTA Update to 3.2; and
    5. Rooted with Universal Root
    6. Redownload Titanium, copy back Titanium back up folder from Extenal to Internal and restore my missing app and data
    7. Copy back my video, music..etc
    8. Here i am with rooted v3.2

    If you consider doing it: This what you will need;
    1. Motorola USB Driver
    2. You need Easy ADB
    3. Stock Image
    4. Guide to return to stock (Procedure is the same)

    Hope it help
    Hi, I'm from Argentina and have a mz605 xoom (3g+ wifi) and did exactly that, but with telstra build, and now I'm on honeycomb 3.2 rooted, but my question is, when copying videos and Gameloft folders to PC, and then back to xoom's internal storage, did anyone notice how slow the process is? I mean, I had about 16gb of important data on my xoom's internal memory, and took almost one day copying everything to PC and then back to xoom, is that normal???

    Sent from my MB525 using Tapatalk

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    Quote Originally Posted by cammel View Post
    Hi, I'm from Argentina and have a mz605 xoom (3g+ wifi) and did exactly that, but with telstra build, and now I'm on honeycomb 3.2 rooted, but my question is, when copying videos and Gameloft folders to PC, and then back to xoom's internal storage, did anyone notice how slow the process is? I mean, I had about 16gb of important data on my xoom's internal memory, and took almost one day copying everything to PC and then back to xoom, is that normal???

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    Hi Cammel.

    Seem not normal took one day..

    Copy large file in one go you may try to download "Teracopy" to your PC..you can search on the net about Teracopy, its free.

    Try it and let us know the outcome

    TapaTalking on Note

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    Quote Originally Posted by Astrix View Post
    Hi Cammel.

    Seem not normal took one day..

    Copy large file in one go you may try to download "Teracopy" to your PC..you can search on the net about Teracopy, its free.

    Try it and let us know the outcome

    TapaTalking on Note
    Ok, thanks for the tip! :-) Will try it as soon as I can!
    In fact it wasn't exactly one full day, but took a lot of time to copy the entire 16 gb of internal data to PC and then back to the xoom, and also one really weird thing is that when I plugged my xoom to the PC, the Gameloft games folders didn't show anything inside when connected to PC (on 3.1) and also the Android/data folders didn't show anything inside, so I had to copy all those folders to the external SD card, and then to the PC...that is really weird...I don't know if I'm the only one with this problem or if it's just a problem of the internal memory format of the xoom...
    Thanks for the help!

    Sent from my MB525 using Tapatalk


 
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