How Can i Find My Lost Stolen Mobile
In today’s era, every common man has a smartphone. But while traveling on the bus many times the mobile phones of the pocketed people disappear.
Many times people also lose their phones by mistake. The biggest problem starts when the police station, where the phone is stolen or missing, the complaint is written, but in some cases only the phone can be found. The government has taken a break from this problem of the common man, which is now going to be a disaster for mobile thieves.
In fact, the government has prepared Central Equipment Identity Register. Through this IMEI number and all the information related to mobile will be immediately detected. The government has released a helpline number. You call on 14422 and complain about mobile theft or missing. After the complaint no network will work on the phone and in the event of the phone closure, the police will detect the lost phone.
You can also call your complaint on this helpline number issued by the government or by SMS. Your complaint will be registered as such. Telecom Department (DoT) has launched its initiative. The police and service provider company will search for your mobile. The telecom ministry will launch it in Maharashtra Circle in late May. It will be implemented in several phases of 21 different circulars in the country by December.
The Center for Telecommunications Technology (C-DOT) has prepared a mechanism to detect theft or missing mobile. It has been named the Central Equipment Identity Register (CEIR). In CEIR, there is a mobile model, SIM number and IMEI number of every citizen of the country. The mobile model was created by C-Dot, a mechanism designed to match the IMEI number issued by the company that created the phone. This mechanism will be handed over to the state police in a phased manner. The police and service provider company will match the mobile model and IMEI as soon as the complaint is lodged, the mobile is lost. If the IMEI number has been changed then the service provider will shut it down. However, even after the service is closed, the police will be able to track the mobile.
According to C-DOT, the network will not be available if any SIM is installed in the mobile on receipt of the complaint. But, its tracking will continue. Given the incidents of theft and robbery of thousands of mobile phones every day for the past few years, C-DOT had asked the telecommunications ministry to prepare this mechanism. A survey of the ministry revealed that 18,000 handsets are running on the same IMEI number in the country.
Jail on changing IMEI: IMEI has a three-year sentence for imposing penalty and penalty. Last year, the Telecommunication Ministry had amended the Telegraph Act in view of the increasing number of mobile theft, snarls and missing complaints. Under this, punitive action will be taken against those who are compromised with IMEI.