How to find out by the model of android phone that signed in

I was wondering if somebody would be able to help me figure this out. I just received a email stating that I had a Facebook login alert that was from another Android phone that was not mine and I was wondering if there's a way that I could somehow use an IP address or some other way to determine maybe we're about this person lives because I sort of have an idea. Or if there's a way that I can find out there email or their IP address that they used on their phone or possibly I could ping to it if that's a possibility

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This was kicked around before. So nope.

If you feel like you want to take this up with Facebook, you do that.

Otherwise it is now time to change your facebook password.

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could be a scam too

I have received facebook alerts in the past myself - and I dont even have a facebook account.

They could be wanting you to use their link to access your facebook account to get your info. Change you password anyway.

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The old "Click here to change your password."
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I change my password every month. And sooner if I get a friend that sends me a IM that is the one that always will say that you should share it, but you should only copy and paste it.The alerts has came to me two different times in the past month

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