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Remotely Lock and Wipe Your Samsung Galaxy Note 3

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Lost Note3, no juice left, looked everywhere, used Lookout, Device Manager and Google?

Note3 lost Oct 19. Battery almost certainly dead now. Today, I used "lookout" and it said the phone was on my property! I have a feeling that it just found my Note4, though. However, lets say my Note3 IS on my property, in my basement, garage, shed, or even outside. Is there any way to find it if the battery is truly dead ...... I have searched EVERYWHERE here, but something tells me it's fallen is a hole or is behind something. Is there another way besides continuing to just keep looking? It hurts enough to lose contacts and pics, but it is the S Notes that I need, which are almost all medical related info I depend on and need.. I have tried: Looked, called everywhere, used Lookout, Device manager, "Google find my phone". I think it was caused by: ADD

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