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Some refurbished Motorola Xoom tablets that were sold through Woot.com late 2011 are scared to have the previous owner's data still on them, claims Motorola Mobility. The company says that about 100 out of the total 6,200 tablets that are refurbished are affected potentially.
Woot.com has sold these devices between October and December 2011. the old data that is stored on the tablets can be accessed by the new owners and these include photos, videos, documents, usernames and passwords of the social networking and e-mail accounts.
The company is suggesting that the old owners who have sold the tablets to change the passwords for their e-mail and social networking accounts. The owners who have reset their tablets to the factory settings before selling the device are in the safe zone.
Even those who purchased the refurbished units from Woot.com in this time period can call the customer support at 1-800-734-5870 or visit the site at motorola.com/xoomreturn. The company also said that the ones sold outside the time period are refurbished properly.