Originally Posted by hbtwender
dosada, could you solve the problem?
airesch, I tried to mount sd card but it is impossible. How can I return to stock without ADB because computer is not recognized?
NOTE: This WILL erase everything remaining on the device. In the case of the above, I don't know that you have much choice, just be forewarned.
Lord AIO toolkit
has all the tools you need (look at the second post if you need the Windows driver.) Extract both the stock image zip and the toolkit (unless you have the sdk, in which case as long as you can find fastboot.exe you should be fine,) to somewhere convenient. Install the windows driver if you never have before and reboot your pc.
1. Boot your Xoom in fastboot mode: Power+Vol+ until it says: Starting Fastboot protocol support (you may need to tap the Vol+ instead of holding it the whole time, my Xoom has always been a bit picky about the buttons.)
2. Connect the usb to the pc
3. In a Command prompt window, go into the extracted version of the toolkit above (or if you have the sdk, just go to where you have fastboot.exe from it)
4. Run the following commands (replacing the files at the end with the full extract path from your stock image zip extract
fastboot flash boot boot.img
fastboot flash system system.img
fastboot flash recovery recovery.img
fastboot flash userdata userdata.img
fastboot erase cache
"fastboot reboot" if you want to stay unlocked or "fastboot oem lock" if you want to re-lock and follow the prompts. The Xoom will get OTA updates even if it's unlocked, so there should be no reason to re-lock unless you need to send it in for service.
The driver isn't what I used to use, but it *should* work, and the instructions should be correct as far as I can remember. As long as you don't flash the wrong image to the wrong place/run out of power during flashing/disconnect during a flash then none of this should permanently damage the hardware and should get you a working device again. It's just that it's been so long since I have personally done any of this that I have forgotten more than I ever knew