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Mobile telephony: Do you know the structure of IMEI Database for Stolen Device?

 
tapeshwar sharma
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Hi,
I am trying to understand the GSMA IMEI Database structure for Stolen Devices and also looking for the right protocol/technology to access this Database.
People who are into mobile telephony can understand what I am talking about, or they can ask me for further explanations.
Others may kindly excuse.
To my knowledge,this structure is heavily used in UK so may be someone from that country can chip-in?
 
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People who are into mobile telephony can understand what I am talking about


Not necessarily. Just because someone has worked in mobile telecoms, why do you think they would know the structure of a database which is likely to have very restricted access?
 
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James Boswell wrote:
People who are into mobile telephony can understand what I am talking about


Not necessarily. Just because someone has worked in mobile telecoms, why do you think they would know the structure of a database which is likely to have very restricted access?


Ok. Changed the subject line to make it more contextual.
 
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Why do you need this information? I will be very surprised if anyone here can or indeed, will want to help you.
 
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Considering that my last reply was removed, you may be right. I am at the wrong place.
Enjoy your party, guys!
 
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