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[Q] ATT HTC ONE M8 - Not working - Explanation Following

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Did you ever try to factory reset in bootloader?

This is the second post today I've seen where a person was having trouble wiping /data, which is usually a breeze. I wonder what is causing this. I'm just reaching a bit here, as the only time I've seen such issues, is on my old One X (EVITA) where doing a factory reset in bootloader would corrupt the internal storage. And the fact you said that formatting the storage fixed the issue, also reminds me of that same issue on the EVITA.
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Default I'm in the same boat.

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I fixed it....your advice got me to digging and I actually formatted the partition and then was able to load CM11. Thanks again...greatly appreciated.
Hi, I'm in a similar situation with my newly acquired HTC One M8.
I have access to bootloader and recovery (TWRP v.2.7.0.2), but I'm getting all the same "failed to mount ***" errors as you were having.

Can you please elaborate on how to "format the partition" or point me to a detailed thread/article on how to do that?
And any notes on how you got it back to work are very appreciated - I've spent hours and hours researching a trying things without any success.

I'm sorry I'm somewhat new to this...

Let me know if you need any more info and thank you for your help in advance.
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