Motorola Xoom :: Stuck On 3.0.1 And Device Will Not Update
Jan 18, 2012
I had my Xoom bootloader unlocked with a custom ROM. I was invited to be apart of the ICS test soak and proceded to reset my device to stock 3.0.1 and locked to bootloader. I am now stuck at Android 3.0.1 and my device will not update.
I bought the device few days ago and on very same day updated to Android ver. 3.2. I use internet over my home Wifi and have a Netgear - WGR614 router. The browsing speed is very very slow and most sites dont open.The signal strength shown in xoom is - (-105 dBm 3 asu).Is this a issue with Android 3.2 update or my home wifi is weak? Would i be able to reset the tab to the original version?
I am trying to update my device after the 4G upgrade. When I first got it, i did not do a factory reset and it downloaded some apps but not all.I then did a factory reset and it shows all the apps to download, but it is not downloading. The apps are just stuck on "downloading."I left it on over night and no movement. I tried both WIFI, 3G, and 4G.I tried 2 more factory resets and nothing.I tried going to the market web page and click install on device.
Last night, my carrier pushed the Device management update to my SII. I accepted to install and since then the handset is stuck on a white background screen with "Software Update", a 0% status bar and "loading..." and thats all. This is been there since 4-5 hours now. It eventually drained the entire battery. When I charged it and powered it on, it still comes back to the "Software Update" screen.I tried to do a hard reset with both the volume button and the power button. It still comes back to the white screen.
my motorola zoom has locked it's self in fast boot mode see bellow what it looks like on the screen --> Fastboot Starting Fastboot protocol support.It has been in this point for about 3 hours this morning how do i get it out of this or get it to boot up?
I currently have an issue with my Xoom 2, the Touchscreen has become non responsive and I am trying to shutdown to re-boot. However, as I am not able to press the button on screen to shut the unit down I am now stuck with a unit I cannot do anything with. I am guessing the only thing I can do is wait for the battery to run down so that way I can re-boot. However this is going to take days as the screen has a timeout of like 10 - 20 seconds so the battery is hardly being used. Is there any other way of shutting down the system? Ive tried holding the power button down but this does nothing. I really cannot believe Motorola did not put some sort of reset button somewhere in the unit.... Or would it make sense to attach to my PC and maybe be able to reboot?
was stock 3.2 and today when i turned it on i was stuck at DC screen. Found stock img on moto dev site. Flashed stock 3.0 and that booted up fine, thought i was safe, went to do auto update to 3.1 . Download and install went fine, when it rebooted it would not boot up again. I'm back stuck at the dual.core logo
I just sent my Xoom off on a repair ticket because when I went to put in the SD card, I goofed. I did not realize the clear plastic "fingernail" was holding the SD slot. I tried to put the card in and it slipped under the appointed slot and got stuck inside the Xoom.if you haven't inserted your SD card yet, don't do what I did. There is a clear plastic tab that must be removed from the slot for the SD card. get the card back with the Xoom. It worked fine even with the stuck card, but the dust cover wouldn't go back on.
I couldn't find this discussion anywhere. I went to open an .avi video, checked video player instead of Rockplayer and now I'm stuck with that as default. I can't play videos in Rockplayer now. Does anyone know how to reset the default?
My blackberry bold 9700 went blank. I try to reload the os software but the process wouldn't go pass device initialization. An error message appear after saying computer not able to reconnect to device during multi-stage operation.
i'm not sure if this a black and white yes/no question, but i'm trying to understand how the xoom handles switching between programs. for example, if i'm buffering a video clip on Internet, it appears that i cannot switch to any other program without interrupting the buffering. however, with certain games, i can switch to another program (email for example) and back to the game without loosing my place. are there certain rules that the xoom uses for switching between programs? does it perform differently between using the home icon versus the quick launch icons on the task bar? is multitasking function specific - meaning wifi or 3g/4g is always interrupted? is it program specific?
I'm updating my BlackBerry Curve 8520 device software version from 220.127.116.112 to 18.104.22.1684. I used the BlackBerry Desktop Software and clicked the "Update my device" button in updating my BlackBerry Curve device software version. The process was started last Monday, November 15, 2010 but until now is not yet finish (Thursday, November 18, 2010). Is this normal? I cannot disconnect my device because it said that "During these steps, do not disconnect your device or interrupt this process as it could make your device unusable."
Recently, I have tried to install newly updated/created apps on my ICS XOOM WiFi from Tivo and from AMC Theaters. Both apps tell me the same thing when I go into google play, and also when I use a direct download QR Barcode. I get a message saying that my device isn't compatible with this version of the software. Could this possibly be becuase the apps are not tolerant of ICS yet? I figured that since the apps were newly released/updated, that they would be compatible with the latest.
Is Moto ever going to release new images to the Device Software Images page? i know a lot of people had trouble receiving an OTA update past the HLK75D image that's currently posted for the MZ602.Just curious if the ICS image will ever get posted.I would really like to be able to flash back to ICS instead of Honeycomb. url...
is going to have a new function where the screen doesn't react when you hold the device in one hand with a thumb resting on the screen yet allows you to continue to control screen normally with other fingers.I have 57 year old hands that get numb from holding items and this would be wonderful for us semi handicapped folks to see this comes out with all ICS releases, even the original Xoom.
Today, I tried to update the OS of my Bold 9700 from 22.214.171.1240 to 6.0 (Bundle 2534) using BlackBerry Desktop Manager v126.96.36.199.I saved the datas on my BB, and then launched the update as asked, but after 1 hour of installation, the update got stuck on the 381st module (out of 496) !I don't know weather I should disconnect my BB and try to reinstall completely the OS or continue to wait (it have been 2hours now...). Here are some pictures (the software comes in French
This morning there was a system update. I do not know what was updated. I did not record any information about the system, so I can not tell if anything has changed. what the update did or how do I lookup update information?
Our Verizon Wireless Account Exec - Government (we're actually HigherEd though) sent the following to us today."Upgrade to existing targeted for 9/29. 4g version should be available for dfill 7 days later."
I have WiFi re-connection problems when coming out of hibernation. I understand this is fixed with...[URL]However, when I go to System Updates it says my device is up to date... but it isn't .. it's 1t 1.6.0_218.3-MZ615. (I have a UK Xoom 2)
from the Motorola Australia page:"We have an update for all of our Xoom fans. We have now submitted our final round of software to our carrier partners for testing. It will take two weeks for them to test. Provided there are no issues found during the testing, we expect to upgrade Motorola Xoom to Ice Cream Sandwich for both WiFi and 3G users on June 21st.About time they gave us a date. Now to see if they will meet this date.
I finally received the notice that I could download the OS updte (in Israel) this AM, but opted to do it later. The announcement has not re-appeared since. How can I initiate the system update manually?