Welcome. I would only add that after you have read as much as you can about rooting, and if you do decide to root, do it early cuz when you unlock your bootloader it will wipe everything. That way you won't loss pics/videos/music/wallpapers/etc
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This is a discussion on Decided on the XOOM within the New Member Introduction & Site Assistance forums, part of the Motorola Xoom Forum category; Welcome. I would only add that after you have read as much as you can about rooting, and if you do decide to root, do ...
You should note that a simple factory reset does not remove "ALL" personal data.
The only way I have found to achieve this is by the following:
Clear Davlik cache,
Boot up into fastboot.
issue command "fastboot erase cache"
issue command "fastboot erase userdata"
Can someone please confirm that you can use "fastboot" command on a complete stock Xoom.
This may sound like a dumb question, but i can't remember. It has been a long time since I was stock.
Yes, you can fastboot a completely stock Xoom, that's how you initially unlock it fastboot oem unlock.
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