As an aside, remote wipe is an horrible way of protecting data on a phone. Encrypting it (which should not be very power-intensive with hardware assistance plus the kernel's normal caching) and requiring a key (perhaps even having to contact a server to obtain part of it, to allow for it to be revoked) would be much safer, since it would not need a constant network connection to protect the data.
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