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    Get the most from your Xoom. Try this out if you want more from your Xoom. They just added some elements of cyanogenmod to it. Here is a link for the newest release.



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    Nice!!! I am wanting this now! Presently I am on stock 3.2 (rooted, CWM 3.2.0.0). Should I install the Tiamat kernel before the Moray ROM? Also, I noticed on the Tiamat web site the instructions point out you must be upgraded to 3.1... are those just old instructions? Or can I install it straight from 3.2? I am hoping I don't have to go backwards just to install it.

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    The kernel is all in the rom. I went from stick 3.2 after I did a full reset. You should have no issues. I believe it asks to wipe first so make sure you follow that part. Its awesome. The first boot takes a few so don't panic. Just let it do it's thing. Let me know if you have any issues.

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    Use the new one 2.2.1 moray and follow the same instructions for 2.2. Just wipe in recovery. Drop on SD card and flash in recovery.

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    Very cool! And here I was getting all ready to load the kernel on first. Glad to hear it's included in the ROM. I was also all ready to be using fastboot. That's great if you can just flash it in CWR. Doesn't get much better than that!

    Can't wait to experience the new Tiamat. I haven't seen it since way back at 1.4. This new one looks like it has some awesome stuff!
    Thanks for the info, tnt!

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    No problem! Yes it much easier. U was running a early build of tiamat when it first came out and loved it. I didn't even update to the new one till last week.

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    Wow! Just got on Tiamat 2.2.1... lovin' it so far!

    One question.... I saw (and downloaded) Modpack 2 and Modpack 3. Haven't installed them yet though. I just wanted to make sure first that they are not already included in 2.2.1. ? Or do I need to install these modpacks? And if I go ahead and install them, will they wipe my data?

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    Uh oh, something's different here... and confusing! I hope it's not something I did wrong. In Root Explorer, I can see the folder "/sdcard" (which I'm sure is the previous internal memory from before I installed Tiamat), and it still has all of my data in. Weird! But not a bad thing I guess. But the really confusing part is --- I now see a "/MicroSD" folder (which appears to be my external SD card)... but when I go under "/mnt", MicroSD does not show up. Instead it is called "/external1". So if I want to specify a folder for an app to write data to my external SD card, which path do I specify? Also, under both paths, I am still having the problem that I had with stock 3.2.1, where I cannot change permissions for folders or files. So it appears that there may still be some SD card write issues.. ? :/ Anyone else seeing this? Did I do something wrong?

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    Problem solved... apps all work fine now w/ the 32GB SD card! Still finding it weird to have the external SD card named two different things though (MicroSD and external1). Other than that, Tiamat Moray is an awesome ROM!!!!! I am running OC'd @ 1.2 w/ no problems. I might just bump it up after a while and see how that goes!

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    Check the link in the first post. Updated to 2.2.2

    another update for the rom. Quite a few changes this time.

    As usual, this can be flashed cleanly over 2.2.1.

    Changes rom 2.2.1 to 2.2.2

    The browser UA string setting now sticks. Reverted to the stock User Agent string. Bluetooth tethering work-around Removed the DigiNotar certificate (3.2.1) Updated the market application (3.2.1) New setting to load every module on boot (disabled by default) Disable OTAs by default. You can turn them back on through the settings. Ability to completely disable the software buttons through Ability to turn on the european wifi channels in the settings menu.

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    Is this ROM for the wifi only version?

    And a link to proper install would help thanks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Flipper View Post
    Is this ROM for the wifi only version?

    And a link to proper install would help thanks.
    Works on both. Click the link in the main post. Dl the new 2.2.2 go down a bit on that page and the install info is listed. If new to the rom you need to wipe cache and data. Flash zip in recovery.

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    ok, I tried it and I get:

    Finding update package...
    Opening update package...
    Verifying update package...
    E:signature verification failed
    Installation aborted

    Now what.

    Does the xoom have to be rooted first? I understood that this rom when installed is rooted already.

    Is the host otg cable bootable with the proper image on the "SDcard/flash drive" that is on the end of the cable?
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    Yes you need to unlock and root then dl clockwork recovery. Then boot into clockwork and flash the zip.

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    Its all done thru the cable right?
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    No just put the file on your SD card. Boot into recovery with rom manager and flash.

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    If trying to unlock and root then yes the usb to your computer so you can push files with commands.

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    Thank you so much for this Rom and everything else to get me to this point. I am loving it. I now have a fully functional Xoom.
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    Does anyone else's Motorola boot symbol freak out afterinstalling this ROM? Before it cuts to the wave boot animation, my Motorola symbol looks like Mike Teevee when Wonka's Wonkavision shrinks him. Anybody?

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    Quote Originally Posted by biggins82786 View Post
    Does anyone else's Motorola boot symbol freak out afterinstalling this ROM? Before it cuts to the wave boot animation, my Motorola symbol looks like Mike Teevee when Wonka's Wonkavision shrinks him. Anybody?

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    Happens on some boots not all. Not sure why but won't hurt anything.

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    Quote Originally Posted by biggins82786 View Post
    Does anyone else's Motorola boot symbol freak out afterinstalling this ROM? Before it cuts to the wave boot animation, my Motorola symbol looks like Mike Teevee when Wonka's Wonkavision shrinks him. Anybody?

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    Yes. It is annoying. I did see this question posted somewhere though (maybe over on XDA), and there was an explanation for it, although for the life of me I can't remember what it was now. lol But I just try to ignore the annoying stripes. As long as the ROM works great, I don't care.

    Edit: Just noticed you referred to the "Motorola symbol". Mine looks okay. I was referring to the stripes on the screen underneath that. You have a messed up symbol instead of the stripes???
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    Yeah. On mine, right before it boots the boot water thing, the Motorola symbol freaks out. Kinda hard to explain. Looks like the bottom of the symbol gets shredded.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tntdroid View Post
    Happens on some boots not all. Not sure why but won't hurt anything.

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    Yeah. Everything works fine so no worries here.

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