The Motorola Xoom tablet has got a root method now. The developer of the popular ROM Manager App, Koush, is the same man behind this Motorola Xoom root method. Rooting this monster tablet would allow you to customize it more efficiently. Here are the instructions to root Motorola Xoom.

How to Root Motorola Xoom

NOTE : Try this guide at your own risk. We are not responsible to any damage done to your device due to this.

What you require to root Motorola Xoom

1. Unlocked Motorola Xoom Bootloader. ( The guide given here explains how to do it )

2. Xoom Root Zip file. Download it from here and extract the contents in a folder.

Now follow the below instructions to root Motorola Xoom :

1. Switch on Wi-Fi or any other network, but don’t set up any Google account.

2. Go to Settings > Applications > Development and enable USB debugging.

3. Reboot your device to its bootloader using this command :

adb reboot bootloader

4. Use this command to flash the boot image :

fastboot flash boot rootboot.img

5. Reboot using this :

fastboot reboot

6. After rebooting, use the following commands :

adb remount

adb push su /system/bin

adb shell chmod 4755 /system/bin/su

adb push Superuser.apk /system/app

7. To verify root, use the below command and you’ll get a # prompt. :

adb shell

Yes, that’s it! You have rooted your Motorola Xoom with Super User installed. Flashing custom ROMs is not available at this stage, but it will soon be available after Koush release an update.

via Android Central