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My Galaxy Note 1 continues to boot?

I have a rooted phone. I was not able to access Google play store because the password changed on my Google account. But I was not able to change the password on my phone so I decided to delete the /data/system/accounts.db file. I was only able to show 0 accounts.db hoping to take ownership of the file so that I could delete the Google account on the phone. Unfortunately, the phone will no longer boot. I have tried: Nothing. I think it was caused by: Shown

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