[q] Help!!! Sprint HTC One stuck in bootloop after installing custom ROM
Sorry if I'm a noob, I'm new here. And I'm also sorry if this is a little long but please help me, it's pretty urgent.
I rooted my Sprint HTC One successfully a couple of months ago and put CyanogenMod on it.
All went well until I had some mobile network issues with CyanogenMod (which probably could've been fixed but I'm stupid so I couldn't figure it out) so I decided to switch to Android Revolution HD. I don't know what went wrong while putting Android Revolution on, but something got messed up and I got stuck in the bootloader. I couldn't turn the phone off, boot into recovery, or boot into Android. I flashed Team Win Recovery with Hasoon2000's All in One Toolkit and it actually worked to my surprise. I used it to wipe the phone completely and flash CyanogenMod again. Unfortunately, I got stuck in a bootloop. What a surprise
. After monkeying around for a while, I went back and flashed AOKP with Team Win Recovery. AOKP went into a bootloop for several minutes, but then it finally booted into an Android home screen. About 5 seconds after booting up, it froze and restarted again. This process continued, with it booting up for several seconds before shutting down and restarting again.
I don't know how to fix this, but I'm fairly sure my phone isn't bricked, as I can go into the recovery and go into Android for a few seconds.
So, that's my dilemma. I'll do anything to fix this as I'm still in my contract for another 500 days. Please help.
P.S. What does S-OFF and S-ON mean and does that have anything to do with my problem?
EDIT: Turns out, Android Revolution HD is not compatible with Sprint. So that must be the problem. I'm an idiot for not realizing that, but at least now we know what caused this problem.