Motorola Xoom Wi Fi Edition – Tutorial to install Jellybean 4.1.1 Firmware
Unofficial Jellybean 4.1.1 release has arrived for the Motorola Xoom Wi Fi edition, as of now there is no ETA on by when there will be an Official update for the Motorola Xoom but it’s expected that very soon there will be an Official release but as in when there will be a new release, we will come up with the same. Over a period of last few months we saw on how you can root, install custom recovery images and custom ROM firmwares in your Motorola Xoom and we will continue to come up with more firmwares, custom ROM firmwares for your Motorola Xoom.
Very soon Jellybean 4.1 too will be coming for the other Motorola Xoom variant and also for Motorola Xyboard device. The best part of this update is its 4.1.1 Jellybean release which addresses all the bugs of 4.1 version.
Disclaimer: We should not be held responsible for any damage to your Motorola Xoom which is very unlikely if you follow all the instructions. Just in case if you face any issues we will try our level best to fix them up.
With the help of below steps, you need to create a back up of all the data in your Motorola Xoom WI-FI/Xoom 4G variant so that just in case if the data gets corrupted or deleted, the same can be restored with the help of below steps. Ensure that all the target files are copied in your desktop.
SMS – Use “SMS Backup & Restore app”,
Contacts – Sync with the Gmail application,
Images, Songs, Videos, Files – Copy to internal / External SD Card,
APN and MMS Settings – Note down from the path “Applications > Settings > Wireless and Network > Mobile Networks > Access Point Names”
Note: Please note that this update is only applicable to the Motorola Xoom WI-FI/Xoom 4G US variants and not for any other device variants. If this is applied to any other variant then it will completely brick the device.
Disable all the security suites installed in your computer and uninstall all antivirus tools in your computer so as to ensure that the firmware update is not interrupted in the middle of the process. Apart from this, you also need to make sure that the battery charge left in your device is not less than 50% or else the device will be turned Off in the middle of firmware application which may even brick your device.
So assuming that you have followed all the above mentioned instructions, you can now proceed to the next page where we have mentioned a detailed guide on how to apply Jellybean 4.1 release in your Motorola Xoom.