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Data in the Shell > Data in the Shell - Pg. 120

120 CHAPTER 4 Android file systems and data structures DUMP OF SERVICE account: Accounts: 10 Account {name=Backup Assistant,} Account {name=News,} Account {name=Weather,} Account {name=Stocks,} Account {,} Account {,} Account {name=Andrew Hoog,} Account {name=viaforensics,} Account {name=viaforensics,} Account {,} You can see not only programs used, but also at times the account name specific to the user. For example, the above reveals: Google account with user name Exchange ActiveSync (EAS) account with user name (separate from the Google account above) Facebook account for Andrew Hoog Twitter account for viaforensics Google account for (second one on the device) Further in the log, the actual time stamps for the last 10 syncs are similarly provided: Recent Sync History #1: LOCAL @ 2011-01-28 09:52:46 for 0.0s #2: htceas USER @ 2011-01-28 09:51:43 for 34.5s #3: LOCAL @ 2011-01-28 09:49:25 for 0.0s #4: Andrew SERVER @ 2011-01-28 09:48:57 for 0.5s #5: LOCAL @ 2011-01-28 09:45:30 for 0.0s #6: Andrew SERVER @ 2011-01-28 09:44:40 for 1.3s #7: htceas USER @ 2011-01-28 09:44:18 for 1.3s #8: SERVER @ 2011-01-28 09:44:06 for 11.6s #9: htceas USER @ 2011-01-28 09:41:08 for 15.8s #10: Andrew SERVER @ 2011-01-28 09:37:27 for 0.1s Another service is humorously named "iphonesubinfo," which obviously has nothing to do with Apple's iPhone despite the similarity in name. DUMP OF SERVICE iphonesubinfo: Phone Subscriber Info: Phone Type = CDMA Device ID = A100001829481F Both the phone type and Device ID (changed) are available from this section. The Device ID is not the device's serial number but the Mobile Equipment Identifier (MEID), which uniquely identifies the device on the CDMA network.