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Samsung Galaxy Nexus w/CyanogenMod not booting properly

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I have a Samsung Galaxy Nexus with CyanogenMod on it, and after its last update (I think it was called 10.1.1 experimental or something, can't remember... :P) my phone kind of got spazzy. It wiped all of my contacts and deleted some of my apps. Play Store and Google Chrome won't open either, although there may be more than that. I went to update it back to 10.0 and after it downloaded my phone began rebooting... However, it was stuck on the screen where it says CyanogenMod with the circle thing.

I let that go for about fifteen minutes before I shut it off and tried again... the same thing happened. Help, please?
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