Yes, but it will take either a law enforcement request or a court order/subpoena to get the IP from Facebook, then a subpoena to the ISP that owns the IP to get customer iinformation.
I hate to be the one to burst your bubble, but without a court-order to the ISP that owns the IP address, you wiill never be able to get any information about that guy. If it was that easy you would not see so much online bullying and so many asshats online..
Sorry tough guy.. You're going to have to find another way to impress your lady..
The IP address would be tied to the device from the network.
The process is to contact your local law enforcement agency. Once they determine that a crime has or may have been committed and once they determine that it is worth investigating, they will submit the request.
How long it takes and how much it costs, I do not know, but you cannot simply "buy" a law-enforecment request..
Alternatively you could hire an attorney to request a court-order or subpoena, which would no doubt be very expensive.
Remember that no matter how you get the IP address, it is pretty much useless without also getting a court-order or submitting a law-enforcment request to in the internet provider for the customer information of whoever was using the IP address at that time.
Your question is still unclear, confusing and only about 1/4 English, but i'm going to take a crack at it:
If sim card is changed then will ip address be different in the same device?
When the sim is changed or even when the phone is powered off, then back on, the IP address will likely change, but that does not matter. The cellphone company still has records of what IP was used by any customer at any given time.
ANd details of device used, loc, nd other application details used at dat time etc also be found out?
The cell service provider cannot determine what apps are installed or being used.. and, the word you are struggling with is "that", not "dat".
How offensive sending naked photograph, or sexual messages is?
That depends on the person that got the messages or photographs and what the messages said.. and what the pictures were.
still he can? even if it was already deactivated? now that he already filed a case in the nearest police station, is the process of obtaining the IP address be near successful?
i repeat my question.. please answer
>>> does using two facebook accounts in the same mobile device contain same IP address? Is IP address can be found in the messages sent even if the other account is already deactivated?
Even when an account id deactivated, Facebook still has the info.
The process of submitting a law enforcement request is up to the police. You would have to ask them what the status is.
Using two accounts on one device would have the same IP address, unless the IP address of the device changes, which happens often on mobile devices.
what if that acct that was used from harassing was already deactivated, and the other account that was used in the same mobile is still active, does the IP address of the messages sent to him changes overtime if he keeps chatting to the victim? or is it the same?
because i read that if you put your phone on an airplane mode, its IP address changes.
Facebook would have a record of the IP address that was used to send any particular message.
Basically, the IP address is near useless without additional court orders to the Internet Service Provider that owns that IP address forcing them to turn over information about who the customer that was using the IP address at that particular moment.
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