Flashing back to stock gone very very wrong. Help needed!
Hello everyone, I need some help if possible.
Basically I had a HTC One on stock 4.1.2. I unlocked the bootloader, installed ClockWorkMod and rooted the phone successfully. I've had a notification for a OTA update to 4.2.2 recently so I read that I would have to go back to stock recovery and relock the bootloader and remove root access. Somewhere along the line Ive must have totally messed up. I can start the phone and it loads up but Iv'e not got no WIFI ( hangs on turning on), SD card isnt recognised by the phone and after checking the firmware I'm still on 4.2.1. I ran the Hboot menu and it said ***Relocked*** and ***Tampered***. I tried running recovery and it had a red triangle. So I retraced my steps and unlocked the bootloader and installed CWM again.
Am I right in thinking the best thing to do would be to flash the firmware using CWM which requires root access?
Few things that may help:
Ive checked the Hboot menu and it says the phone is ***Tampered*** and ***Unlocked***
S-ON after running getvar in CMD prompt. (Does this mean phone isnt rooted any more?)
I can still get into CMW recovery but I'm not sure how I could install SuperUser if the SD is corrupt?
Ideally I'd like to get on 4.2.2 with root access but I dont know the best way to go about it. Im not too bothered about losing data, I would just like the phone back in working order. Any help would be greatly appreciated!