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Unhappy [Q] HTC One S stuck in 'Entering recovery'

I unlocked the bootloader of My HTC One S with instructions from htcdev.com later I flashed it with latest touch CWM img file. The device is booting normally but when i am trying to go into recovery mode, it stuck in there showing 'Entering Recovery'. I cleared cache several times, tried to flash with twrp but same situation. If I just erase cache, it is still showing the same screen, tried stock recovery image also, still no luck. Please help
 
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I unlocked the bootloader of My HTC One S with instructions from htcdev.com later I flashed it with latest touch CWM img file. The device is booting normally but when i am trying to go into recovery mode, it stuck in there showing 'Entering Recovery'. I cleared cache several times, tried to flash with twrp but same situation. If I just erase cache, it is still showing the same screen, tried stock recovery image also, still no luck. Please help
Have you tried to flash TWRP instead? How exactly are you trying to go to recovery? From the ROM power menu or by shutting phone down and starting up having vol-down pressed? Have you tried both methods?
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Have you tried to flash TWRP instead? How exactly are you trying to go to recovery? From the ROM power menu or by shutting phone down and starting up having vol-down pressed? Have you tried both methods?
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Go again in fastboot and flash TWRP recovery. See if you then can boot to recovery

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Go again in fastboot and flash TWRP recovery. See if you then can boot to recovery

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I tried everything.

TERP, STOCK, CWM. erasing cache many times.... nothing works
 
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Its been fixed. The problem was with the model. I was using S4 variants whereas my phone is S3. Thanks for your replies.
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