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Been searching for months since I made the leap to an i5 and iOS 6. With iOS 5 I used the call delete tweak which no longer works on iOS
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    Default Longer call history ios6
    Been searching for months since I made the leap to an i5 and iOS 6. With iOS 5 I used the call delete tweak which no longer works on iOS 6. It just causes phone app to crash. Lot of people, myself included would be very grateful for this tweak . Thank You

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    Using a online phone tracking keep your phone history unlimited backed up to cloud.
    See TruSpy: Upload Data From Your Phone To a Secure Server To Track Phone Activity (Free Licences)

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    Hi, I'm on iOS6.1 and I have an edit button on the recents call list. Is yours different?

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    Now that I am on iOS yes, and no jailbreak tweak needed. But when I was in iOS 5 I added call delete from cydia. In edition to adding the edit button it allowed you to extend your call history up to 500 calls. Hoping to get that back now that business calls are being forwarded to the cell and my history now only goes a day or two back.

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    Hi, I have been looking at this post (#16 by piranha)
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    Is it possible to increase Call history count?

    and made some changes for iOS6 if you would like to try it out.
    Using iFile backup your call_history.db file at /var/wireless/Library/CallHistory and replace it with the one from

    https://www.dropbox.com/s/e6a40hqkb3...empty_iOS6.zip

    Then check the files ownership and group are both set to _wireless and reboot.
    Should be good for a call history of 200

    If you want to keep your call history, read post #56 in the above link

    UPDATE
    With "deletekeep" you wont be able to delete Recents calls as they are rewritten back into your call history.
    Last edited by DC_Dave; 06-03-2013 at 05:11 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DC_Dave View Post
    Hi, I have been looking at this post (#16 by piranha)
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    Is it possible to increase Call history count?

    and made some changes for iOS6 if you would like to try it out.
    Using iFile backup your call_history.db file at /var/wireless/Library/CallHistory and replace it with the one from

    https://www.dropbox.com/s/e6a40hqkb3...empty_iOS6.zip

    Then check the files ownership and group are both set to _wireless and reboot.
    Should be good for a call history of 200

    If you want to keep your call history, read post #56 in the above link

    UPDATE
    With "deletekeep" you wont be able to delete Recents calls as they are rewritten back into your call history.
    Thanks man, when I get a chance I will give it a try and post back. Thanks again

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