[Q] Phone won't boot after unsuccessful Cyanogen installation attempt
I decided to give Cyanogenmod a try, but apparently messed something really badly during the installation. After flashing boot.img with fastboot, as the installation guide says (I can't post links, but it's in the Cyanogenmod wiki under HTC One X. First google result), the phone gave me the HTC slogan splash screen, but won't go forward.
By pressing volume down and power, I can get myself into the bootloader, which says:
ENDEAVORU PVT SHIP S-ON RL
HW Secure boot: enabled
MODEM PATH : OFF
It also lists the following options: FASTBOOT, RECOVERY, FACTORY RESET, SIMLOCK, SHOW BARCODE, IMAGE CRC. Recovery and factory reset are not working. If I select either one of them, the phone boots itself and ends up in the previously mentioned splash screen. I don't know what simlock does, so I haven't selected it. With barcode the same thing. Image CRC gives me some values that I don't understand.
If I select fastboot, I get the following menu: HBOOT, REBOOT, REBOOT BOOTLOADER, POWER DOWN. Hboot reverts me back to the bigger menu. Rest of the options are pretty self-explanatory.
I have a zip copy of Cyanogenmod on /sdcard/.
What can be done? Is my phone bricked for good? I am using Linux Mint 16 as my computer operating system. It is Ubuntu based. adb doesn't recognize my phone when it is in bootloader mode.
Any help will be greatly appreciated.