straight from dosdude1.com: Important Note: 10.14.4 and later CANNOT be patched properly using Mojave Patcher version 1.2.3 and older. If you update to 10.14.4 or later, and HAVE NOT updated your installer volume with version 1.3.0 or later of Mojave Patcher, you WILL NOT be able to get your system to boot after updating! Please read the updates section for more info. i agree with Dan try an external bootable drive.
Have you tried booting into the Recovery Mode ? (1) Power Off the Galaxy Note 5 (if you cant remove battery then put back on) (2) Press and Hold the Power Button, Home Button and the Volume Up Button at the Same Time. (3) Continue Holding These Buttons Until You See Some Blue Text at the Top of the Screen. (4) When You See the Text 'Recovery Booting', Then You Can Let Go of These Three Buttons. (5) tried factory resetting your phone
I recently bypassed frp with the TalkBack exploit method on a S8 plus that I bought on eBay.. I can't remember what YouTube video I saw but you can search frp bypass with TalkBack ..many steps to follow but no computer or software needed.
Hello, I’m not familiar with the 5 wire picture you posted but i repaired a few turtle beach headsets in my days and if i’m not mistaken on your turtle beach …The red is right audio and green left audio. The copper wire is ground , the red/green is mic and the copper around that wire is also ground. You can solder a new 3.5 mm jack to these wires. The jack has four soldering points (starting from top to bottom) where 1=left audio 2=right audio 3 = the two grounds and 4=mic. hope this helps, Luis
Aside from enabling ADB mode in developer options you can’t really do anything to that firmware at this time. You can’t unlock the bootloader to install a custom ROM and no ROOT at this time. You can however install the google play store, just google “google play store on fire xda” and there’s a straight forward tutorial on how to install it. From there you can install a launcher to give it an Android look. When not using the table enable airplane mode to avoid auto OTA updates.
Does it let you get to the reset menu? (1) Press and hold the BIND button (located on the left side of the console) and the EJECTbutton (located on the front of the console), and then press the Xbox button on the console. (2) Continue holding the BIND and EJECT buttons for 10-15 seconds. (3) Listen for two “power-up” tones a couple of seconds apart If done correctly it should take you to the menu screen. There you can properly restart it or reset it.