I have a MBP (late 2011 I believe, running 10.12) that I had setup to run macOS and Ubuntu. I am using rEFId. I don't use Ubuntu much so I went to delete the partition last night. When I did that, via disk utility, I had an error stating the disk needed to be repaired in safe mode (or something like that). After I tried repairing in safe mode, I am now no longer able to boot into macOS or Ubuntu. I get a GNU GRUB screen when I turn on the computer and a weird error screen after I input "exit".
diskutil list and
gpt -r show disk0, I found that one of the partitions (the one with the macOS) was being identified as type FFFF... I followed some instructions on here and was able to correct that, but I still do not have that partition available to boot with when on the Mac boot screen (when I hold option down at start up).
I have noticed that my LV is not staying mounted. I have unlocked it and mounted it multiple times and run volume checks on everything with no problems. Just can't seem to get the Mac SSD available to boot on.
I would really like to get back into macOS as I haven't backed up in a few weeks. :(
Is there anything else I can do to possibly fix this??
Here are some terminal outputs.