I've got and HTC One X+ (64GB) not AT&T. Since a week my phone was being slow and doing crazy things so I managed to reinstall the mod I had (Android Revolution HD 6.2).
First of all I made a backup of all my datas (including SD card) and then I restarted the phone in recovery mode. From there I made a wipe dalvik cache and format of SD card FROM the CWM recovery ... (an old one, didn't remember witch version). Things got harder from this moment because my SD Card isn't recognize at all since the moment I formated it from the CWM, I can't even mount it from the recovery. So I managed to reinstall a newer version of the CWM to see if it works and ... It failed.
Now I'm stuck on the bootloader, I don't have any rom installed because I formated everything into the recovery, the recovery isn't working (when I choose recovery I see the "HTC" logo and the phone shutdown or stay stuck on it.
It's been 7 hours I'm reading all the forums and threads out there to find a solution but nothing seems to work.
I tried to install the lastest CWM Recovery (recovery-clockwork-184.108.40.206-endeavoru) but it didn't worked, previous version didn't worked neither (220.127.116.11 or 18.104.22.168).
I also tried the TOOL (JBFTOOL21) found on this forum but I got the same issue with recovery : still not working.
So I've got two main issues to manage and that's why I really need your help, first I need to figure out why I can't even access the recovery : if someone can help me get it back it could be great!
Here's the informations about the phone :
*** UNLOCKED ***
ENRC2B_U PVT SHIP S-ON RL
HBOOT : 1.30.0000
CPLD : None
MICROP : None
RADIO : None
eMMC-bootmode : disabled
CPU-bootmode : disabled
HW Secure boot : enabled
MODEM PATH : OFF
Oct 17 2012, 22:00:29
Run fastboot getvar all and some info are:
I really need your help!