I got a new phone last month, a HTC One (M8). Since I didn't need my S2 anymore, I decided to experiment a little bit with it, witch mean, I decided to try and root it. Man, i should never have done that.
First, I followed a guide on wikihow on how to root it. I downloaded Odin and the jeboo kernel they recommended in the guide. A couple minutes later, when everything was done, I tried to reboot my phone without much success. It was stuck on "Samsung Galaxy SII" with the yellow exclamation mark. Did I say that I got my phone from Virgin Mobile in Canada? Anyway, I tried to find a way to make my phone functional again and a couple of hours later, I found a stock Kernel that I immediately flash on my phone using Odin.
Everything worked fine again but I didn't want that outdated Android 2.2 so I installed Kies and plugged my phone in my computer to install the latest update from Samsung. Once again, I couldn't boot my phone, it would loop the Samsung animation over and over. So I re-install Gingerbread using Odin. Everything worked fine again!
But as I am stubborn, I didn't want it! So I search the web again for a solution. I red that cyanogen mod was great and I immediately wanted to try it. So I install everything and since it had an auto installer, I thought it would be very easy and in no time I would be able to play with it. Never have I been so wrong. For a reason that I don't know, the installer wasn't able to speak with my phone even thought I tried everything they said to do in this case.
Now, I can't boot my phone but I can boot in download and recovery mode. The only problem is, my computer doesn't install the drivers when I connect my phone, so I can't re-install 2.2 using Odin.
Anyone have any idea what I should do to solve this issue?
Please, help me 'cause I ****ed up
(Sorry for the mistakes, english is not my native language)