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You could try using the Android Device Manager if your phone is linked to your Google account. It can track down your phone but you may not be able to erase the contents due to you need to allow that beforehand.
If you have a Dropbox account, you can use Dropsync to select which folders you want to sync to the Cloud. I'm sure there are other solutions, but this is one thing you can consider.
You're probably SOL since the battery is dead by now. Still, on the off-chance it isn't, check out Plan B (described at http://www.digitaltrends.com/mobile/how-to-track-a-cell-phone/). When you install an app through the Play Store on the computer, it is automatically installed on your phone. If you used some service that syncs photos or other data ...
Carbonite Mobile, in addition to letting you see your Carbonite backups and to also backup your device, can also do the following: Locate – Identify the location of your Android device on a map. Ring – Misplaced your phone? Sound the ringer even if your phone is muted or set to vibrate. Lock – Lock the screen on your device using a personalized ...
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