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Root Rooted HLK75D and need to return to stock for ICS Upgrade. Help?

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  1. Business Cat

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    Hello and thank you for your time.

    I have a Xoom 4G currently rooted and unmodified on build number HLK75D.
    With the ICS upgrade likely this weekend I'd like to return to stock beforehand.

    I've done some searching and haven't found anything that seems applicable to my situation. I have the flu right now and may not be thinking clearly so please be patient with me. :mad:

    If anyone can point me to a guide or offer some advice I'd be very appreciative.

    Thank you!
     

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    Hello Business Cat. Sorry about the flu bug hitting you.

    I've moved your query here to the All Things Root section of Xoom for you. Here's a link to the unroot instructions found in the root sticky:

    How To: Unroot the Motorola Xoom (Wifi or 3G) (One Click Method) | TheUnlockr

    Hopefully that applies to your Xoom and software. If not, let us know and we'll get going on finding the right method for you.
     
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    Thank you very much for your help Frisco!
     
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    Thanks for the link Frisco. Unfortunately I don't think that method will work for me. I didn't use the One Click Root method, I used the Universal Xoom Root method described here:
    [Root] Universal Xoom Root - ANY XOOM ANY UPDATE - xda-developers

    I'm wondering if I can't use the same procedure but replace the rooting-update zip file provided by solarnz with the official MZ602_HLK75D.zip and substitute fastboot oem unlock with fastboot oem lock.

    A lot of people ended up with the wrong bootloader and non-functional radios when trying to flash back to stock after rooting Xooms with the 4G upgrade installed. I'm concerned that I'll end up in the same situation if I'm not careful.

    Any thoughts?

    Thanks!

    Update:
    Well I found a solution to my issue and have returned my Xoom to a locked, stock state.
    Turns out I was over thinking the situation, I'm going to blame it on the flu. Yeah, that's it!
    In case anyone else is in the same situation, here is what I did.

    Go to http://developer.motorola.com/products/software/
    Download MZ602 Xoom WiFi + Verizon LTE/4G
    (Login required to download the file.)
    Extract the files to the Android SDK Tools folder or wherever adb is located.

    Connect the Xoom in USB Debugging mode.
    Launch ADB in command window.
    Issue the following commands:
    adb devices
    fastboot flash boot boot.img
    fastboot flash system system.img
    fastboot flash recovery recovery.img
    fastboot flash userdata userdata.img
    fastboot erase cache
    fastboot oem lock

    Reboot Xoom.

     
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