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Default [Q] Weird blue boot screen after rebooting cm11

Hell I've just installed the new cm11 M7 on my HTC One S everything was ok till I wanted to perform a reboot. Now my phone is stuck on a weird blue boot screen.

If i flash again the boot.img it will boot until the next reboot...

My One S is S-ON HBOOT 2.15 with TWRP 2.7.1.0.
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M7 is HTC ONE. ("the old one")
 
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M7 is HTC ONE. ("the old one")
No it's the milestone 7 of CM11.
I've downloaded the right zip from the cyanogenmod download page
 
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Anyone for helping me??
Did you do a full wipe? You cannot go from nightly to Milestone without a full wipe AFAIK.
Are you S-OFF? If not, did you flash the boot.img?
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I did a full wipe and then flashed the boot.img with fastboot boot boot.img as I am S-ON and at the first boot it worked fine but if I reboot my device I got the blue screen which is I presume a corrupted boot animation.

That's a little annoying cause if I want to reboot my phone I need a computer to flash again the boot.img
 
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That is so weird. Can you try another ROM? I am having a lot of success with CandyKat and Insanity kernel.
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I'm S-ON so i can't change my kernel right?
And i don't want to S-OFF it cause I don't want to brick it...
 
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Yes, you are right. You can try CandyKat though. Install the same way as with CM11.
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Changing ROM will not solve my issue with CM11 . Maybe I'll give it a try someday if there is no solution at all. But thank you for trying to help me.

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