Why is my phone is stucked in bootloop?

Awhile ago, I tried to root my samsung galaxy a8 ( SM-A800I) but then it rebooted and there's an error message on the top left corner of the screen saying " Kernel is not seandroid enforcing" "Custom Binary is blocked by FRP lock" i can't open my device, i have also tried to wipe data and wipe cache partition but still can't turn on the device.

Can somebody help me with this issue? I know there's so many people out there that experienced this problem on their unit.
By the way im from Philippines if you are wondering.

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Re: rooting

Maybe better ask the support forums for the specific root file you tried to insert.

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you need to use a desktop pc to download Odin, then you need to locate the stock kernel tar file to flash.... check it out on youtube. its a very simple fix for that brick job!!!!
make sure you get the correct file for your model. good luck!

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