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Hello, today I've bought a used HTC One. It's soft bricked (I guess), I don't know what was done with it before, but previous owner said it was running official KitKat, I don't know if that's true.
Phone's bootlooping but I can get into bootloader, fastboot. When I try to access recovery it says entering recovery mode... and then reboots. Same happens if I choose Factory reset from bootloader menu.
I can't get this phone working with ADB. I've installed all drivers a few times. When I connect phone to computer I can hear Windows USB input sound and phone says "FASTBOOT USB" but adb is not detecting it. When I type "adb devices" I get no devices. I guess that's because USB debugging is off and I can't enable it since phone is in bootloop.

What I could do with it?

Bootloader information:

eMMc-boot 2048MB
Oct 17 2013, 23:06:14.0

I would appreciate any help, thank you.
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