Well I'm stumped. I know what I need to do, but I don't see a way out of it.
So is there anyway to access the Data/Data folder on android with
A) The device not being rooted
B) Not using ADB (Debugging mode required to use ADB AFAIK)
C) Not requiring USB debugging mode to be enabled (Because I can't do anything in the OS) unless there is a way to enable it outside of the OS.
I'm blown the hell away at the lack of emergency hardware backup options that Motorola (and I'm sure other manufacturers) have considered for these devices. I figured perhaps there was a way to go into a special mode allowing me access to the root directory. Perhaps Fastboot would allow me to login to super user regardless of the USB debugging mode not being possible to be reached. This seems to be a re-occuring theme for people mostly who break their screen and then want to un-root a phone for warranty claims. They can't use their screen so they can't turn USB debugging mode on to flash to stock.
Did they really design this in such a way that its impossible to recover from a simple little ransomeware taking over your ability to modify even simpler software settings!? If I could get access to the root directory, or perhaps even root the Xoom without the need for USB debugging mode I'd be able to fix this issue by simply deleting the files in the flash plugin folder (or the entire folder itself), that is my end goal. All of this could have been avoided with a pretty standardized safe mode boot option. Way to paint people into a corner
Any bright ideas would be greatly received.