This method on the other hand does NOT unlock your xooms, though. This is "just" rooting your tablets (and installing busybox) but it will not unlock your bootloader. Therefore, this method will not wipe your data (at least not intentionally)
I've successfully rooted my Xoom2 ME, works great except for one thing : cifs.
I've copy cifs.ko with files expert but
"adb remount : Operation not permitted"
"insmod /system/lib/modules/cifs.ko failed (Operation not permitted)"
"chmod 777 /system/lib/modules/ -> Bad mode"
I followed this guide http://sandbox.mindcrime.net/?p=75 and some other but I can't make it work :/
I don't think this is caused by the root method as I have heard successful reports of rooted xyboard owners upgrading to 3.2.2 fine. But a user on this forum http://rootzwiki.com/topic/18963-upd...87#entry497187 has uploaded a zip version of the update, I'm assuming that you can flash this by the stock recovery somehow.
Sent from my Motorola Xoom 2
I think the problem is coming from the fact that I removed some verizon bloat. And when it tries to run the update it hangs on verifying a file called vcast-vzw-signed-fleming.apk . If someone could possibly upload a copy of this file i would appreciate it. it is from the /data/app folder.