iLog -- great new app!

MileHiPhone

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I just found this on MMI and added the source to installer, installed and its great! This is what the Recents function on the phone app should be like. This will give you a list of calls by contact, dialed, missed, received, plus call dates, durations, etc.

Add http://iPhone.ileks.com to installer and look for iLog. You won't be disappointed.

Here is the website for more info: http://iPhone.ileks.com/iLog.htm.
 

emx620

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I just found this on MMI and added the source to installer, installed and its great! This is what the Recents function on the phone app should be like. This will give you a list of calls by contact, dialed, missed, received, plus call dates, durations, etc.

Add http://iPhone.ileks.com to installer and look for iLog. You won't be disappointed.

Here is the website for more info: http://iPhone.ileks.com/iLog.htm.
Nice find. I love it.
 

guest0320

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Installer>All Packages.

I am sure it is somewhere else, but I didn't bother looking.

Dana
 

guest0320

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Your answer was fine.
I looked first in all packages because that was the first place on the list.

If it is somewhere else in Installer, where is it?
 

Xphoid

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i have used it when my phone was 1.1.2 but now it is 1.1.3 and when i installed it, it's icon didn't even come up on springboard?!

does anybody know any solution?!:eek:
 

emx620

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it does not work with 1.1.3
Yes it does:

I have iLog working on 1.1.3. First install the App. Then SSH into your phone and run the following lines:

chmod -R 775 /Applications/iLog.app


Execute the following commands:
mkdir /var/root/Library/CallHistory
ln -s /private/var/mobile/Library/CallHistory/call_history.db /var/root/Library/CallHistory/call_history.db

Navigate to the iLog dir and execute the following commands.
You can do this by cd /Applications/iLog.app

chmod a+rx iLog
chown root iLog
chmod +s iLog

This lets iLog run as root and fixes the problems of it not being able to alter the call log.

Hope it helps :)
 
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Yes it does:

I have iLog working on 1.1.3. First install the App. Then SSH into your phone and run the following lines:

chmod -R 775 /Applications/iLog.app


Execture the following commands:
mkdir /var/root/Library/CallHistory
ln -s /private/var/mobile/Library/CallHistory/call_history.db /var/root/Library/CallHistory/call_history.db

Navigate to the iLog dir and execute the following commands.

chmod a+rx iLog
chown root iLog
chmod +s iLog

This lets iLog run as root and fixes the problems of it not being able to alter the call log.

Hope it helps :)
thanks, its like a similar fix for CallD and wetools-us
 

BD997

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how about those instructions in English? For us who are a bit cpter challenged... How do I acres through SSH? What is SSH? Thanks
 

emx620

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how about those instructions in English? For us who are a bit cpter challenged... How do I acres through SSH? What is SSH? Thanks
You can use Cygwin or Putty...two different downloads.
http://the.earth.li/~sgtatham/putty/latest/x86/putty.exe

Make sure your iPhone is connected to your network. To find your IP address, go to Settings -> Wi-Fi
Click the blue arrow on the network you are connected to. Your IP address will be in there. Use that number for the rest of this guide.

Cygwin Instructions:
ssh root@your ip address here

For me it was:
ssh root@10.4.9.40
It will ask for a password which will be alpine

Putty Instructions:
In the Putty configuration window under Host Name - put your ip address here
Click Open.
Click Yes if prompted.
Put root as the login and alpine as the password. Then go to town with the commands I provided above.

WinSCP Instructions:
Commands -> Open Terminal

Click Ok if prompted. After typing in each command click Execute.

Hope this helps. PM me if you have any questions.
 

BD997

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can I use Winsp... Thats what I used to put nintendo game ROMs on my phone By the way thanks for the quick response
 

emx620

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can I use Winsp... Thats what I used to put nintendo game ROMs on my phone By the way thanks for the quick response
Yes

Commands -> Open Terminal

Click Ok if prompted. After typing in each command click Execute.

Let me know how it goes.