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Default [ROM] AOSP ICS Xoom Wifi (updated 4/4/2012)

FLASH AT YOUR OWN RISK.

4/4/2012
Updated to 4.0.4. There are a few issues that I'm aware of. Root for one so you'll have to root it seperately.


(1/25/2012):
This is just a kernel release. Should work on any of my releases and will work on my deodex'd rom that's floating out there. I've added overclocking, lagfree gov, and reverted cifs/nfs to modules.

(1/22/2012):
Fixed SuperUser (now prompts for root access)
Fixed Terminal access
Added Bash
Updated kernel to integrate nfs and cifs

(1/21/2012):
Custom kernel
NFS
CIFS
busybox
ntfs-3g
Updated some proprietary binaries
Added SuperUser
Added Rom Manager
Added Titanium Backup
Updated build.prop

(1/16/2012):
Added extended power menu. (thanks TeamEOS)
Updated binaries from IML77 build.
Updated bootanimation

(1/12/2012)
Removed data signal bar's and added the Power Control Widget.

Information:
This ROM will be as close to AOSP as possible. All releases going forward unless full source for everything is released will be Release Candidates. If Motorola release's full source for some of there proprietary binaries I will change it to Full. If you want added feature's that are outside of AOSP or standard build I would suggest that you flash Team Eos ROM. Anyone can use this ROM as a base if they feel like it. Just give credit where credit is due.


Works:
Basics
GPS
Camera
HD Playback
HDMI (confirmed by RobBull69, thank you)
Google Apps (via google apps package)
Root (via root package below)


CWM Package:
ROM: Latest Release (RC5) - http://code.google.com/p/razorbladex...downloads/list

Kernel: Latest Release - http://razorbladex401-aosp-wingray-p...kernel-v2a.zip

Google Apps:
http://code.google.com/p/razorbladex...downloads/list

Root: (thanks, anidrin for this)
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...&postcount=159 (link to post)
http://www.megaupload.com/?d=S67I9Q0L (link to download)

Wallpaper:
http://www.computerforum.com/attachm...-screencap.jpg

Submit Bugs: Please only submit issues with the ROM. Example something that should work that doesn't, I.E. Voice search doesn't work (I opened my own bug ). Also please include output from logcat. I will try to do what I can to resolve those issues. Feature requests will be ignored for now. I want to get this ROM working 100% or 99.999999999% before taking rhttp://code.google.com/p/razorbladex...downloads/listequests.
http://code.google.com/p/razorbladex...ngray-project/
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Current Devices:
Galaxy Nexus (GSM/Unlocked)
Motorola Atrix (rooted, unlocked) running CM7 pre-beta4 w/AOSP Launcher
Motorola Xoom Wifi: AOSP ICS (http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1396251)
Backup Device:
Samsung Captivate (CyanogenMod 7)


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Awesome.........
Will try it asap
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Will try as soon as i get home.. thanks for the build

Well.. I just hit that thanks button..

Really awesome build.. has definitely replace honeycomb.. its a good trade.. a few missing hardware controls... but the smoothness is worth it... thx a billion =D
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FLASH AT YOUR OWN RISK.

These are just the images. It's not an update package. Use fastboot to flash. The camera does not work. There seems to be a green overlay from time to time. There are some missing proprietary binaries that Motorola will have to release.

I haven't tested it out much. Just finished the build and uploaded.


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http://www.mediafire.com/?qr4j4ta49rvny8u
Sorry, I have only ever done a flashable zip via clockwork, I know how to use fastboot for the most part, so, could someone please explain the steps to properly do this via fastboot?

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Sorry, I have only ever done a flashable zip via clockwork, I know how to use fastboot for the most part, so, could someone please explain the steps to properly do this via fastboot?

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http://developer.motorola.com/products/software/

This *should* be how to do it, since it's on the Motorola Website anyway
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http://developer.motorola.com/products/software/

This *should* be how to do it, since it's on the Motorola Website anyway


fastboot -w

fastboot flash boot boot.img

fastboot flash system system.img
Current Devices:
Galaxy Nexus (GSM/Unlocked)
Motorola Atrix (rooted, unlocked) running CM7 pre-beta4 w/AOSP Launcher
Motorola Xoom Wifi: AOSP ICS (http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1396251)
Backup Device:
Samsung Captivate (CyanogenMod 7)


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Sorry, I have only ever done a flashable zip via clockwork, I know how to use fastboot for the most part, so, could someone please explain the steps to properly do this via fastboot?

Thanks
make sure you have fastboot drivers, which if u have use fastboot before u shuodl already have them, then simple CD to your directory where fast boot is, if like me is in same directory adb and everything else is in, download this file, place it in the same folder as your fastbootdrivers
then in cmd (if in windows) type this
fastboot flash system system.img (flashes system imange)
fastboot flash boot boot.img
fastboot -w (wipes data)
fastboot reboot (reboot)
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make sure you have fastboot drivers, which if u have use fastboot before u shuodl already have them, then simple CD to your directory where fast boot is, if like me is in same directory adb and everything else is in, download this file, place it in the same folder as your fastbootdrivers
then in cmd (if in windows) type this
fastboot flash system system.img (flashes system imange)
fastboot flash boot boot.img
fastboot -w (wipes data)
fastboot reboot (reboot)
Forgot about the reboot
Current Devices:
Galaxy Nexus (GSM/Unlocked)
Motorola Atrix (rooted, unlocked) running CM7 pre-beta4 w/AOSP Launcher
Motorola Xoom Wifi: AOSP ICS (http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1396251)
Backup Device:
Samsung Captivate (CyanogenMod 7)


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