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Go back to Solarnz's post wth the 9 test kernels. Try #7 then #8. #7 works for me and #8 gives nothing but splash screen. It is the incremental change between kernel 3.0.12 and 3.0.14. Solarnz is aware of the issue. Please post your results, it might help in figuring out why 3.0.14 does not work for a few of us.
once you have splash screen push power and volume up to reboot. Wait 3 seconds after you see motor logo and push volume down to enter recovery. Push volume up to select recovery. I just wiped davlik cache before flashing kernels.
Hope this helps........also nightly 89 has the old kernel before they upgraded to 3.0.14
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Hi all, I have noticed something going on with usb host somewhere around rom #97. What's happening is when I plug my ong cable with flash drive into my Xoom the USB is automatically mounted and I can use it but if I disconnect it and then plug it back in although it says USB mounted I cannot use it. It does not show up in a file browser but if I reboot and plug otg back in it works fine til I unplug and plug back in.
I have been installing most every nightly and always clear cache, clear dalvik, using the new touch recovery I flash rom, and then flash gapps.
Anyone notice the same or have any suggestions?
Thx in advance friends
Wingray MZ604 Running
Team EOS Nightlies #98
Cache and dalvik-cache are 2 different things, and from your posts is not clear to me if you are wiping cache, are you?
Apart from this, do NOT accept OTAs after rooting! It installs a new ROM and the least that can happen is that you loose your root status...
The correct steps would be:
1 root your xoom (your step 3), and go to recovery.
2 factory reset
3 wipe cache
4 wipe dalvik-cache
5 wipe (format) system
6 flash eos 93
7 flash gapps
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