This is a "out of box" build of the freshly released AOSP sources from Google. This is a "Stingray" configured build for the 3G/4G Verizon U.S. XOOM. NOT to be confused with "Wingray" - the WiFi specific build.
One ISSUE: No 3G/4G at the moment on my end. I think this is because the build called for an updated baseband version:
These are my current versions on my XOOM:
The build asks for these versions:
Update 1: Re-built as flash-able zip (download link below). Still has 3G/4G issue - appears to not recognize the radio. Still trying to find clarification on issue.
I do not know where to get these updated basebands, but when we can get ahold of them, this just might work.
BUT, I was able to flash this build to my Verizon 4G XOOM and it works nicely from what I can see from initial testing.
What is working: (That I can tell so far)
- Some report issues with GPS
- Gapps (to an extent, some minor issues with market, etc.)
What is not working:
-3G/4G - baseband issue?
-HD Video Playback?
*Need binaries from Moto
Updated: 17 Dec 2011: 2216
======> DIRECTIONS <======
Disclaimer: For heaven's sakes, FLASH AT YOUR OWN RISK!
The link below is a compressed folder containing FASTBOOT images. You MUST use fastboot to flash these to your Motorola XOOM.
- Extract image files from .zip
Then in cmd, booted into bootloader:
fastboot flash boot boot.img
fastboot flash system system.img
Download FASTBOOT Files:
NOTE: Do not FLASH zip file in bootloader (must extract .img files first!) Also, not compatible with CWM (use link below for CWM)
CWM ZIP Install:
- Enter CWM Recovery (Tested on Tiamat version)
- Mounts & Storage >> Mount USB
- Copy .zip to SD Card
- Go back to CWM menu >> Install from sd card >> choose zip from SD card
- After it installs, perform a wipe/reset in CWM, then reboot.
Download CWM zip File:
WARNING: Will replace your recovery image with default recovery! (Not sure how to disable this yet)
Link: <ON HOLD>
Please NOTE: This is my first build so for those who want a taste of ICS on their 4G XOOMs, have at it! This should suffice until a well-experienced developer works out the kinks.