iPhone call history (Recents)

cholosoy

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I have 1.1.2 and recently cannot see my call history or recents, when I go to that menu. its all blank.. How do I fix it?
 

Youngbinks

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Did you accidentally clear the recent history or have you restored lately? Either of those would cause the recents to delete.
 

cholosoy

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Did you accidentally clear the recent history or have you restored lately? Either of those would cause the recents to delete.
I cleared it and after that I don't see anymore call history.. How can I fix it? Now when someone calls it does not stay in the history log... How can I fix it?
 

fury

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Try restoring, if you're not jailbroken or unlocked.
 

themanofthedark

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give me this information.

first five digits of your serial, (7R732..)
modem firmware, (03.14.08_G, 04.02.13_G)
version of phone (1.1.2, 1.0.2)
 

themanofthedark

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didn't see that, sorry..

still need all the other things though.
 

fury

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In case you don't know, the modem firmware is available in the Versions section of the Field Test mode: open the phone's keypad and dial *3001#12345#* then hit Call. Don't forget the last # and *

Sadly, can't add that as a contact & have it work - it tries to dial it like it's a phone number, then you get the "This call cannot be completed as dialed"
 

themanofthedark

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In case you don't know, the modem firmware is available in the Versions section of the Field Test mode: open the phone's keypad and dial *3001#12345#* then hit Call. Don't forget the last # and *

Sadly, can't add that as a contact & have it work - it tries to dial it like it's a phone number, then you get the "This call cannot be completed as dialed"
its also in Settings-->General-->about
 

fury

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Damn. Completely missed that! And here I am stupidly doing things the long way. :D
 

cholosoy

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In case you don't know, the modem firmware is available in the Versions section of the Field Test mode: open the phone's keypad and dial *3001#12345#* then hit Call. Don't forget the last # and *

Sadly, can't add that as a contact & have it work - it tries to dial it like it's a phone number, then you get the "This call cannot be completed as dialed"

What would dialing *3001#12345* do?
 

fury

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Nothing useful. You need another # in there

*3001#12345#*

It's a special code recognized by the iPhone that brings up a handful of debugging info, often useful to techs trying to pinpoint a problem with the iPhone out in the field (hence its name Field Test)... but the reason I referred you to that was I thought it was the only way to get the modem firmware version. As stated above:

its also in Settings-->General-->about
 

cholosoy

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Nothing useful. You need another # in there

*3001#12345#*

It's a special code recognized by the iPhone that brings up a handful of debugging info, often useful to techs trying to pinpoint a problem with the iPhone out in the field (hence its name Field Test)... but the reason I referred you to that was I thought it was the only way to get the modem firmware version. As stated above:
ah, ok.... my modem firmware verion is: 04.02.13_G

Do you know how I can fix my call history?
 

themanofthedark

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yes.

if you tell me the first five figures of your serial, we can continue.