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What to do if i lose my samsung galaxy s3

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January 30, 2013 2:06:43 PM

so i just got a brand new samsung galaxy s3 for Christmas! After a long first day back to public school i came home and i have no idea where i put it! i looked everywhere in my house im im completely positive that i did not loose it at school. and the worst part of it all is that it was on silent. three days go bye and its dead. now im screwed! can someone help me?!?!?! :cry: 

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February 1, 2013 3:55:32 PM

emily123 said:
so i just got a brand new samsung galaxy s3 for Christmas! After a long first day back to public school i came home and i have no idea where i put it! i looked everywhere in my house im im completely positive that i did not loose it at school. and the worst part of it all is that it was on silent. three days go bye and its dead. now im screwed! can someone help me?!?!?! :cry: 


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February 2, 2013 5:30:31 PM

There are steps that you can take and the first is to file a police report for a loat or stolen phone, next you can contact your cell phone provider to have them disable the sim card so no charges are applied to your account.
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February 2, 2013 9:08:16 PM

the battery is most likely completely dead by now. honestly there really isnt much you can do unless someone charges the phone.

....how can you just lose a phone? for something so valuable monetary wise people take it for granted. keep it in your pocket (or pocketbook) where it belongs.
May 11, 2013 12:16:21 PM

well the thing is that its not that people take it for granted its more that we just dont realize its not on us, for example I lost my phone a week ago but up to the point where i lost it i would check if i had it about 1 time every 5 minutes and i would also usually walk hold onto it in my pocket. Some times people are stressed and they put stuff somewhere without realizing it and then its gone
May 11, 2013 1:03:30 PM

ssddx said:
keep it in your pocket (or pocketbook) where it belongs.

it can fall out of your pocket
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June 29, 2013 9:27:00 PM

@rob

getting angry with us for speaking the truth because you lost your phone is pretty piss poor attitude if you ask me.

registering your device or getting a tracking app while you had possession of your phone can definitely be a lifesaver in case you lose your phone outside your house. in case the phone is inside your house the first thing you can do is to call it. if you have it on silent or if the battery is dead there isnt a thing in the world you can do except hope and pray you find it.

i'm being brutally honest here since you were so unkind as to tell us to F off. sorry if you dont agree with it.

i havent lost any phone i've owned....ever. getting in the habit of placing your keys, phone and wallet in the same spot every day when you come home (or at least a similar spot) will reduce your chance of such incidents. also making your you turn your phone off silent mode when you are on your way home is a good idea as well.
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