Help - Xoom stuck in loop
I was trying to change the clock font by copying new fonts and renaming the current fonts. I thought I did everything ok. But upon reboot my Xoom is not stuck on the honeycombing boot animation.
How can I get things back to the way it was before my bonehead move? I renamed all the stock font files with a -back so they are there. I just need access to get the files in the oder they were.
11-14-2011 08:22 PM
Did you do a nandroid?? before you started??
No, I did not.
Should I not be able to somehow use fastboot (or something similar) to access the file system and rename the font files back the way they were, and then reboot?
unsure I normally do all the changing in root explorer maybe fastboot through adb...You might have to wait for a rs person ...another thing did you try to reboot again to see if that helps?
When copying fonts over and renaming I did use root explorer. I have tried several reboots and keep getting stuck at the boot animation.PS I have a rooted 3.2 wifi only stock US ROM on a Canadian Xoom.
id you do it this way look at post 17 I love the bottom buttons
if you cant get it fixed that way.a data wipe will defo fix it,but thats always a last resort.
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I can't get into root explorer as my Xoom is stuck on the boot animation screen and adb commands do nothing. I tried holding Power and Volume up together and when I saw the Motorola Logo I pressed the Volume up to get fastboot protocol starting.
Windows shows MOT Single ADB Interface as my device and ADB does not see any devices connected.
Last edited by rezadue; 11-15-2011 at 06:18 AM.
Press and hold the power button and the volume up button together for several seconds. When the screen starts changing start tapping the volume down button until you see android recovery in the upper left of the screen, thentap volume up to enter recovery. Try and wipe the cache partition first and then reboot. If that doesn't fix it you'll need to do a wipe data/factory reset.
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I tried the wipe cache, and it did nothing. So I did a factory reset and it started up ok, and went through the setup fine. Then Market began to re-install my apps and somehow the Xoom went to reboot. At that point it got caught in the boot loop again.
During the wipe data/factory reset I got an error message:
The application, system UI process com.anroid.systemui has stopped unexpectedly
Last edited by rezadue; 11-15-2011 at 07:58 AM.