Yesterday the first Android 3.0 Honeycomb tablet went on sale, the Motorola Xoom, and it has already been rooted. The Xoom ships with fastboot support, which means it is almost rooted out of the box.
Koush from My Brain Hurts has managed to root the Motorola Xoom, and has put together a guide on how you can do it yourself.
Since it’s another Google experience device, and ships with fastboot support (albeit, limited), it really does come rooted out of the box. Just needed to figure out the board kernel base, and comp
You can find out full details over at My Brain Hurts including instructions on how you can root the Motorola Xoom.
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