Is it possible to read cellular-network messages?

by szeldon » Wed, 01 Apr 2009 18:36:36 GMT

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I wonder if it is possible to read messages of cellular network in
Android? By this I mean all those beacons that are transmitted by
cellular network, all the requests for registration, connection etc.
It would be great to see this in Java part of Android, but if it is
possible only in lower parts of the framework, it won't be so bad.

Thanks in advance

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