Google has been working on a way to extract data from Android phones, and has finally revealed the code.
As you can see, the phone number extractor uses a method similar to what you would find in an SMS message, and uses a specific API to read the phone’s serial number.
Once that information is extracted, it’s sent to the phone to retrieve the phone owner’s phone number.
This is the same method that’s used to extract mobile phone numbers, so this method should be similar to the one used in the SMS message.
The extraction process is completely manual, so you’ll need to be a bit careful to ensure that the phone is connected to a valid network.
Once extracted, the information is sent to a central repository that Google uses to handle the rest of the phone-extraction process.
Google says that the number extraction process can take up to a minute.
It’s worth noting that this extraction process doesn’t require the phone being on an active network, so if you’re in a location where there’s no internet available, you should be fine.