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Open Call History
- You might need to expand the Data section from the left navigation pane to see the Call History button.
- DiskAid will offer to refresh the Call History view – to do so click Refresh a the top of the DiskAid window.
- All calls data will be show up listed chronologically (this can be sorted ascending or descending) at the right of the DiskAid window.
- The middle column lists the contacts related to those calls. This column serves as a filter: selecting a contact or a number in this column will exclude all others and only show the call log corresponding to this particular entry only.
Select Call Log
- To be copied to the computer the logs can simply be dragged and dropped to the desktop. As a result a file will be created on the spot.
- The whole call log (the complete iPhone Call History) can be exported by selecting “All” atop the middle column and click “Copy to computer”
Export Log File
- DiskAid will generate a “Tab delimited” text file that can be opened in almost any compatible text or spreadsheet editor.
- Data can be best sorted and exploited with Microsoft Excel or iWork Numbers, but can be read just fine in Microsoft word, iWork Pages, Notepad or Textedit!
NOTE: Any item can be opened directly from the DiskAid interface. In this case, if the computer has already a designated program for the file type the item is saved under, it will be read accordingly – otherwise a message will appear asking with which program should this file be associated to.
Opening a file this way will not save it, though: it must then in case be saved on the computer in order to permanently be accessible when the device is not connected.