Root Motorola Xoom on Android Honeycomb 3.1?

If you have recently upgraded your Motorola Xoom to Honeycomb 3.1 than you will have many chances to lose root Access on your Tablet. However, you can follow these simple instructions to root Motorola Xoom on Honeycomb 3.1.

Important Notes:The following will VOID your warranty but will easily unlock the Xoom for fast software flashes using a custom recovery and will allow flashing root files or manipulated system files on to your current software installation.This is a Factory-Reset for your Tablet. So you can Sync your Contacts with Google Contact service or Backup rest of messages, Phone by using MyBackup Pro. Alternatively, you can move them to SD card as rooting will have no effect on SD settings and files.Proceed at your own risk. We are not responsible if your device gets bricked or damaged during the process. But there are very minor chances of bricking your Xoom by this method.This is strictly for the persons who have already upgraded their Motorola Xoom to honeycomb 3.1.Before proceeding Please ensure that your tablet has at least 50% battery so that it can’t interrupt the rooting process.Firewall and other antivirus programs should be disabled during the rooting process.Pre-requisites:

ADB Setup should be properly configured on your PC for its proper usage.

WiFi_RootTool_3.1 Download here


Download WiFi Root Tool 3.1 and copy it to the root of your SD Card.

USB Debugging mode should be enabled before you proceed, to do this go to

“Settings > Applications > Development > check the USB Debugging Mode”

Launch Command Prompt and run the following commands:

adb reboot bootloader
fastboot flash recovery recovery-solarnz-XXX-XXX.img
fastboot reboot

When the last command is given, you Motorola will be rebooted. And you will see Motorola Logo appearing for 5 seconds and here Press the Volume down Button.

Your Device will be rebooted in recovery mode.

Select “catch the boot” it says ‘Starting Fastboot protocol support’ then you hit Volume Down too soon. Hold Vol UP + Power to reboot and try again

Now your Device will be in the Clock Work Mod recovery, and here select the “install zip from sdcard” option and then “” option to select the file and choose “Yes – Install” to proceed for the installation process after which choose the option of “Reboot System Now” to reboot the Xoom.

So, Finally you have successfully rooted your Motorola Xoom Tablet on Android Honeycomb 3.1.


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