Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'iPhone Tips, Help and Troubleshooting' started by nojokews6, Jun 12, 2009.
Have a mistress eh?
Would also like to know if possible with the new OS
No, it is not.
It is lame that we can't do this. I don't want to delete everything just certain calls in the log.
Even if you could delete them from the phone, they still register on the bill. There are ways around that though.
For me it doesn't matter whether or not the names show up on the bill. I just want to keep the call history on the iPhone organized.
If you jailbreak you can. It's in the Xsellize repo.
Absolutely. If texts can be individually deleted, calls should be able to do so as well.
+2 ^^^ Only way I can think of to make that happen....
Xsellize is a repository of pirated apps, if that matters to you. It's available for a fee from the included repositories.
This is just another thing that Apple could give us at any time.
Why did Apple forget to include features that have been in other devices for years? The iPhone is my first experience with Apple and considering how expensive their products are, I would expect them to do it right the first time and not have to wait months or years for them to fix it.
So when they say that Apple is a company that thinks differently, they mean they like to leave out features in their devices that are considered mainstream in every other device on the market? Really?
Another way to do it.
Make a note of all the calls you had, delete all the calls from the list, then get everyone who phoned you before (minus the call from the clinic you wanted to delete) to phone you again in the same order and bob's your uncle.
HEY!!! This is how I do it!
I knew I had to patent my method
Change the name of the contact on your phone so it shows up as someone else on your call list.
Her: "Is that Jessica girl still calling you?"
Me: "No, look through my call list."
Her: "Who's this Fred guy?"
Me: "A new guy at work."
Not a great idea. What if he received an SMS "Hey sexy pants. Thanks for a fantastic night xxx" from Fred?
n.b. for Americans, Pants is a UK term for male undergarments and not trousers
Then you can play it off as an "inside joke" with a friend at work because a girl that HE is seeing sent him that text last weekend.