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[3g STOCK .IMG] VZ WIRELESS MX600 5/3/2011

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11th March 2011, 06:44 AM   |  #1  
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Here are the .IMG files that Motorola has posted on their MOTODEV site. .

ATTENTION: DO NOT ATTEMPT TO FLASH THIS FILE ON ANYTHING BUT THE VERIZON WIRELESS MOTOROLA XOOM Z600 (3G MODEL) OR YOU WILL HAVE A SHINEY PAPER WEIGHT!!!!

These files are from Motorola's Development site but I take no liability with anything that happens with your device if something goes wrong.


Official HRI39 Motorola .IMG files:
http://www.multiupload.com/9XP1B8LSWC

Official HRI66 Motorola .IMG files:
http://www.multiupload.com/POUDJY1255


The following are the steps from the MOTODEV site

1. Extract files into android sdk /tools folder.

2. Start command prompt/ terminal from the android sdk tools folder. (How this is done on Mac I do not know, Windows: shift+left click and select "open command window here")

3. adb reboot bootloader

4. fastboot flash boot boot.img

5. fastboot flash system system.img

6. fastboot flash recovery recovery.img

7. fastboot flash userdata userdata.img

8. fastboot erase cache

9. fastboot oem lock


The device will lock and reboot.

You are now back to out of box state. However I do not know if it is still detectable by VZ Moto if you have unlocked the device after doing this.

Also fyi the sbf file is still an option but you will have to go in and do the fastboot oem lock after it completes
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11th March 2011, 06:46 AM   |  #2  
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u mispelled cache
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Fixed. Thanks had a long day and missed that at proof reading
11th March 2011, 06:53 AM   |  #4  
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Thanks for the files, does seem a lot simpler to just use the sbf file though.
11th March 2011, 07:19 AM   |  #5  
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Originally Posted by bwcorvus

Thanks for the files, does seem a lot simpler to just use the sbf file though.

Its always good to have more options and the Xoom gives us many and hopefully soon sdcard support will provide the final key piece, the CM recovery!

In the meantime it is very good to have all of the official files at our disposal.

If anyone is wondering what the the reflash file from the first leak is, it is an SBF format installation of the stock boot image and a blank user data image to wipe data and return to stock via RSD Lite without touching the system partition.

This provides yet another way to reset that should be examined, especially if it works over a modified system partition.

We also may be able to use any or all of these files to build our own SBF files and other one step solutions for recovering and or modifying the Xoom. This can be very valuable and must also be thoroughly explored along with the NVM so we can really start to tak better control of the radio functions.

Lots to look at...
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11th March 2011, 07:25 AM   |  #6  
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I am in love with fastboot. I am so use to the days of the OG Droid where the bootloader wasnt locked but you didnt have fastboot as an option. I can see a lot of easier days in the Dev community coming.
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Originally Posted by jmc2543

I am in love with fastboot. I am so use to the days of the OG Droid where the bootloader wasnt locked but you didnt have fastboot as an option. I can see a lot of easier days in the Dev community coming.

Yea having these images is one BIG step...now we just need sdcards
11th March 2011, 09:06 AM   |  #8  
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Just finished doing this. I'm back at stock. Of course no I'll b the last to get an update. And by the same time tomorrow I'll be unlocking and re-rooting.
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by doing this does it erase everything on your xoom?
11th March 2011, 12:39 PM   |  #10  
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Quote:
Originally Posted by bishop72

by doing this does it erase everything on your xoom?

Yes it would. Itll bring it back to what it was like when you first bought it.

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