orb3000 · Jun 10, 2011 at 03:00 pm

First Motorola Xoom Cooked ROM Available

Thanks to XDA member bigrushdog, we now have the first Motorola Xoom cooked ROM available. The Tiamat Team presents Xoom Rom 1.0 Deodexed, featuring a packed ROM with Tiamat 1.4.4 stock GPU, rooted with SU and superuser, desktop UA string, CRT screen off animation, call setting with SIP, SMS capable, Wifi Ad-Hoc mod enabled, USB mass storage enabled, plus many more goodies.

Please make sure that you know what you are doing as this is a delicate process which will void your warranty. Show your gratitude by leaving some comments.

Last minute note: According to the guys at Clockwork Recovery, version 4 for Motorola XOOM has been released on ROM Manager, it adds ROM Manager support, fixes the /sdcard (/data/media) wipe bug, and backups are now tar format.

Originally posted by bigrushdog
VERIZON 3G USERS WITH ACTIVATED SERVICE: DONT DOWNLOAD JUST YET. THE ROM BREAKS 3G ACTIVATION. I’M WORKING OF A FIX RIGHT NOW.
Welcome to Team Tiamat Xoom Rom 1.0
Team Tiamat Xoom Rom Team organization:

Bigrushdog
Solarnz
MadIndustries

These guys really know how to win. That why we roll like that!
This OP will be quick and dirty as I am going on vacation. Any Xoomers around Panama City Beach wanna by me a beer, holla.

First and foremost, the Xoom Community owes a debt of gratitude to Roach from the Transformer board. He pointed me toward the
Truly the most epic piece of script. Roach is WIN in it’s purest form! Thanks man, you got the party started!

Continue to the ROM thread.


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