Rooting Motorola XOOM 2 MZ615 is no rocket science affair. You’ll lean on a special tool for this procedure. To have it on your tablet, perform a guide. Such an useful post is available right here.
Consider the following rooting app for your tablet: SRSRoot. It can do a great deal of good for your device. Launched some 3 years ago, the tablet also has another name it’s known by: Motorola XYBOARD 10.1 WiFi MZ615. Since the battery on your tablet can’t last as much as in the past, a rooting improves it considerably. The processor, a dual-core 1.2 GHz Cortex-A9, has its fair share of improvement possibilities. Delivered with the SRSRoot are also the following: custom ROMs. You’ll enjoy root-only apps and admin / superuser permission. Android 4.0.4 ICS is the OS variety your tablet enjoys. This variant is agreed by this tool; there are many others that the app functions with.
The benefits of this procedure
The rooting tool we selected for your device is freeware. It’s also available as an unrooting instrument and an SRS Server powers it. Many devices work with this tool. New features and customization methods are other novelties offered by the SRSRoot. To get to these and the ones above, use a Build ID. You can use one that feels easy to work with; or you can settle with ours: 7.7.1-128_MZ616-12.
The main issue with a rooting is that it affects a device’s default warranty. That isn’t something to worry too much about. The warranty returns in one piece as soon as you’ve used an appropriate guide. Going for an update is bound to leave some marks on the tablet. The procedure damages the root access, which is revoked, and deletes the system partition. Your Motorola XOOM 2 MZ615 has important data on it. The upgrade won’t mess with this. Neither will internal and external SD cards be removed.
Moving on, we need you to do what the following guidelines ask from you:
- USB drivers are required for the laptop, which is why you need to download them on it (the location is here);
- have them installed on the laptop;
- next, enable USB Debugging on the tablet;
- charge, if necessary, the pre-installed battery inside the tablet;
- backups are needed for the protection of your tablet’s content;
- you also have to perform a full NANDroid backup;
- he recommended OS for the laptop needs to be the Windows variant (especially for a rooting);
- your Motorola XOOM 2 needs to have all of its default security software deactivated;
- the same action should be performed on your laptop’s default security software.
Step by step instructions
Steps on how to root the device are now available.
- Let’s begin by giving you a link that has the SRSRoot for download. Click on it while you’re on your laptop. Next, click on that site’s download button. The app will thus be downloaded on the necessary device.
- Install and launch the tool there and then enable Menu on the MZ615. Settings should be turned on afterwards, then the option under it; the latter has this name: Unknown Sources.
- Also in need of enabling is USB Debugging. Do that only if you haven’t activated it until now. In case you have done so, it’s now time for another step.
- This one requires the creation of a connection between the tablet and your laptop. An essential tool for this particular task is the tablet’s USB cord. You have to allow the plugging some minutes till it’s finally established.
- Once that is achieved, do the following: turn on Root Device (All Methods). Doing that lets your device enter the rooting mode. And it lets you enjoy some time off (around 15 minutes).
- In the eventuality of a problem (the rooting isn’t over as quickly as we said), you have a way of solving that. This is what we mean: redo the steps; not just a couple, but all of them.
- This is what you can do next: end the guide by rebooting the tablet. The following step tells you how: use the tablet’s Reboot System Now option.
- [sc name=”banner-jos”]This is something that will be over very soon. A couple of minutes are more than enough. By the time the tablet restarts, you’ll have root access on it. This means that the whole bunch of novelties we advertised are yours to enjoy.
- Immerse yourselves in all of them. This will indicate if they should be discarded or kept. In case you don’t want them around, use the SRSRoot. By doing that, your Motorola XOOM 2 MZ615 can be returned to its original state.
It’s important that, if you have questions about the rooting, you leave them in our comment box.
My name is Mark, I am a new chief editor of this blog, freelance writer, entrepreneur, and simply a technology lover. Currently a proud owner of a Google Pixel 4a.