Export iPhone Call History to PC or Mac

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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.

Export iPhone Call History to PC
Export iPhone Call History to PC
Export iPhone Call History to Mac
Export iPhone Call History to Mac
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