I am trying to access my Zenfone Go's fastboot in order to unlock its bootloader, but it seems to have been replaced with something called "CSC Fastboot mode".
In this mode, I just see the ASUS logo, a "CSC Fastboot Mode!" text, and I am unable to enter any input. It looks like this:
Since I cannot enter any input, most communication with fastboot.exe is impossible. I somehow managed to have fastboot.exe correctly detect the device, but any command that requires confirmation on the phone is impossible (ex: fastboot flashing unlock), fastboot.exe just waits forever. I tried inputting the commands on the phone anyway, in case there was an invisible menu or something, but didn't work.
What I tried:
Turning off my phone, then "Power Button + Volume Up Button" until it restarts. It goes directly to CSC Fastboot Mode.
Turning off my phone, then "Power Button + Volume Down Button" until it restarts. It goes into Recovery Mode. Then I select "reboot to bootloader". It goes to CSC Fastboot Mode.
Accessing my phone through adb, and using the "reboot-bootloader" command. It goes to CSC Fastboot Mode.
What is CSC Fastboot mode? What is it caused by? And how to reach a usable fastboot menu?
Model Number: ASUS_X013DB
Android Version: 5.1.1
Build Number: LMY47V.JP_Phone-13.0209.1705.116-20170621044040677_2015122901270020000400001