Motorola has a problem with cleaning the data after the repair plates, it was found that 100 of the 6200 Motorola Xoom Wi-Fi, which were to be repaired, not cleaned from the data of the original owners.
Most likely that data such as documents, photos, social networking passwords and other personal information were to other users after the sale of tablets through Woot.com.
The new owners of tablets that have bought them through the online store Woot.com for a retail price starting from October to December last year, began to complain that their devaysakh is information stored previous owners.
Mobile, Motorola has brought its sincere apology and agreed to compensate affected customers. Those who bought these gadgets will be entitled to two years in Experian ProtectMyID Alert, which will eliminate any problems for free.
These conditions apply to all customers who bought the tablet Xoom Wi-Fi at Best Buy, BJ's Wholesale, eBay, Office Max, Amazon.com, Radio Shack, Staples and Sam's Club, from March to October 2011.
Motorola has also asked for other clients that have not yet returned the Motorola Xoom Wi-Fi to do it immediately, visit motorola.com / xoomreturn or call the help desk Motorola Mobility.