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Under phone -> logs -> menu key -> view by there are options for all logs, dialled calls, missed calls, received calls, sent messages and received messages.

Is it possible to show "all calls" instead?

Is this more of a feature request than an answerable question?

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There's an "all calls" option in "Call History" on my phone. (Running 2.2 but on a HTC with their UI, which may be different, as pointed out below.)

When I hit "view", the option buttons are:

  1. All Calls
  2. Incoming Calls
  3. Outgoing calls
  4. Missed calls

Is this what you're after, or have I mis-interpreted your question?

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I'm not sure what phone you've got, but it sounds like you don't have a Samsung? It sounds like your one doesn't have Samsung's TouchWiz interface, but possibly has a different interface, like HTC's Sense? –  GAThrawn Jan 12 '11 at 11:22
You are correct, I didn't take that into account. I have a Desire HD with HTC sense. –  John T Jan 13 '11 at 10:19

Isn't all logs equivalent to all calls?

EDIT: Oh no I see now , it also shows the messages ( I don't have many messages on my phone, so for me this seemed to be the solution ).

Sorry, I haven't found an answer here.

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I was going to say the same as you, I have mine set to All Logs, and although I do have a lot of texts in there, it had never occurred to me that anyone would want to filter down to just calls rather than calls and messages. –  GAThrawn Jan 12 '11 at 11:17

I have an "All calls" option on my Galaxy S Vibrant running 2.2 (the Nero v5 ROM specifically). I'm not sure if it was there on stock.

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