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Default [Q] HTC One stuck in recovery and bootloader

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I recently decided to update my ROM to Renovate 8.2 (I had a really old version of it before so I already did all the necessities to install a ROM). Everything went perfectly, I downloaded the ROM and put it in the phone's storage. Went into TWRP recovery (2.5.0), install -> clicked on the ROM zip, followed the on screen direction, installation went smoothly, then finish -> reboot.

Since then, the phone default boots to recovery; I can also access bootloader, but that's it.

I have looked for a solution everywhere, but nothing seems to work. The most promising seems to be the adb sideload, but I get the device not recognized error (all the fix for this error need me to get into the settings page in the phone, which I can't access).

I suspect it has something to do with dalvik cache/cache, but I don't know what to do.

Any help would be appreciated!
 
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Have you updated your TWRP to the latest version? What about firmware updates prior to flashing the ROM?

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Flash twrp 2.6.3.3 and flash the Rom again.

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I think I need to fix the issue of my phone not showing up on my computer first right? I would need to put the twrp file onto my phone to flash it?
 
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Flash TWRP 2.6.3.3 regardless and then work on your ADB issues. What windows OS do you have?

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Flash TWRP 2.6.3.3 regardless and then work on your ADB issues. What windows OS do you have?

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How would I go about that? Windows 8.1
 
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You will find a thread in general forum to address it

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OK I am using the TWRP Recovery 2.6.3.3 tool, but my PC doesn't recognize the phone, so I can't proceed. Any idea on how to get the PC to recognize my phone again?
 
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So what did you do to resolve it?

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So what did you do to resolve it?

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I put the phone into bootloader no problem, ran the program, connected it to my PC via USB as instructed, the bootloader even reads FASTBOOT USB which is suppose to happen; but when I proceed with the program, it's stuck on "waiting for device". My PC gives the error "USB device not recognized".

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http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2467536

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