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[Q] Rooting an old original Xoom

29th March 2014, 04:11 PM   |  #11  
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Thanks! I will give this a try. A few other questions around this:

1. Will the device still be encrypted once this is done?
2. If not - do you know if it is possible to fool the mail program into thinking it is still encrypted?

Thanks!

The device will no longer be encrypted, all data is wiped anyway.

You can re-encrypt the device though by going to settings>security>encryption>encrypt tablet
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The device will no longer be encrypted, all data is wiped anyway.

You can re-encrypt the device though by going to settings>security>encryption>encrypt tablet

Thanks! But if I go this route I won't want it encrypted again. I was just curious if being rooted there was a way to fool it. Sort of a best of both worlds thing. But no more encryption for me again. It killed this thing the first time.
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