For Android 5.0.x Lollipop:
Either on "Recents" or "Call History", tap the entry you want to see. It will open a mini-menu under the entry with options "Call back" and "Details".
Select "Details" to see the call details.
From here, you can see the time when you receive/miss a call, and also the duration of the call.
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From the phone app, tap the Action Overflow button (...) in the top-right corner, then tap Call History. Tap any entry, then Details, and it will show you the date, time, and LENGTH of call, or calls (individually, in a list) if multiple were grouped together.
Note: OP already knows the answer but the following info is for those souls who might be troubled with the same issue.
CM11 in OnePlus One (be it 44S or 05Q update) doesn't have any provision to get the Contacts and Call logs get backed up and restored using ADB.
So unfortunately, the answer is simple: your contacts and call logs were not ...
In addition to Andrew's answer, you need to click the entry and not the picture of the contact for the mini-menu to appear. I was clicking the picture of the contact, and it pulls up the contact info - not the call detail.
Honestly it really depends greatly on the phone OS (i.e. skin) on whether you will have certain options. As far as I know, there is none, although I rarely have problems with call logs being gone. I suggest one of the multitude of call log apps that will back up said calls regularly.
All user installed application data are stored in /data/data/package_name and database(.db files) are stored in /data/data/package_name/databases.
You need to manually find which db from /data/data/package_name/databases file is call logs file.
The icon that displays a blue circle with diagonal line through it in the Phone app's Log tab appears when the user receives a call and manually rejects it with a swipe when the phone rings. As soon as the user swipes to reject the call, the caller will hear the tone of the phone call change from a ringing signal to a busy signal.
The icon that displays a ...
View a contact (either from the Contacts app or by clicking them in the Phone app). Then press the menu hard-key, and History is the first item on the list.
Note: my Samsung Galaxy S III has been upgraded to Android 4.3, so I've no idea if the method is the same in Android 4.1.2, or if this is something Samsung has added since then. If anyone is still on 4....
A private number is that when the caller holds back his phone number with the help of the service provider and the service provider doesn't send the Caller ID information to the call receiver then it considered a "Private Number".
To activate the feature ,
Open Dialer > 3 dots > Settings > Call Settings -> Sim related call
settings > Additional settings ...
Access user profile and tap on More Settings (the second one in orange is child profile with Bom as name)
You will see yourself and child profile as below
Tap the cog icon on right and disable
Turn on phone calls and SMS
If you enable, it gives you a warning that your calls and SMS would be shared as shown
Tested on stock 7.1.2
But the drawback ...
Yes, this is voice calling over Wi-Fi but not related to Android 11.
I have a Pixel 4a, Android 11 with Wi-Fi calling enabled but do not see that symbol in call logs. I couldn't find any reference to it in the Android 11 changes.
Wi-Fi calling needs to enabled by a) carrier b) compatible devices. Both need to be compatible. Probably your carrier, recently ...
The free software Simple Dialer has a relevant setting. As of now, the text of the setting is this:
"Group subsequent calls with the same number at the call log"
Disable the setting. That would list each call as a separate entry. Note that reverse chronological order of all the calls would not be affected. So if you had made a call to X at 01:00, ...
There is a limit of 500 entries for calls (incoming, outgoing and missed) in Android. How long will the call log last, go back in time or get filled depends on how often you call or are called.
If your device is rooted, you can install Unlimited CallLog for LP/MM/N, an Xposed module that extends the limit to an unlimited number like its name suggests for ...
You could contact your phone provider and ask for a list of all received calls in a given time period.
Since your contact list is on your phone, it means your phone still gets the call, checks if the caller is in your contact, and rings if it's in, or disregards it otherwise.
There might be a log somewhere, but checking with your provider may be easier and/...
To my knowledge, there is not (and never has been) a native way to achieve this. However, that doesn't mean it's not possible: for most of the details, it's just the frontend that's missing (data is available in the resp. "data providers"). But to investigate the data, you would need a 3rd party app.
There's a manually curated list of hand-picked apps ...
I was able to resolve this issue.
I followed these two links and now I can see the blocked history without having to lose the Call logs, blocked list etc :
Lenovo K3 Note: Blocked History not opening after Android 6.0 update
How to Backup and Restore Call Logs on your Android Phone
Summarizing the steps below from the above links:
Take back up of ...
Go into settings then apps, go to all apps on the scroll at top of page, go down until you find the phone icon with call and message log beside it, force stop it, then shut down phone for 2 minutes, not precise but I left mine off this long, then restart, all logs should be back, hope it helps
Go to settings, then apps, scroll to show all apps, go down until you see a phone icon that says call and message log, force stop it and switch phone off, leave about 2 minutes and restart phone, should all be back in place, hope it helps
While your situation appears strange, you could perhaps try Android Data Recovery:
"Android Data Recovery, an incredible tool for recovering, allows you to retrieve Android data such as contacts, text messages, call history, photos, WhatsApp history, videos, audios, documents and restore them back to Android phones of any brand"
Actually mm-dd-yyyy date format is used in American English(USA-style) and dd-mm-yyyy is used in British English(UK-Style) So to change date format in your device simply change language option in your device from US-English to UK-English.
Settings->Language & Input -> Language -> English(UK).
I hope it would help.
In the 'Recent Calls' list or 'Recents' touch the name of the person/business. NOT the picture or letter icon/initial, which will open the contact - or the phone icon, which will call them again.
If you touch the Name itself, it should drop down another menu with "Video call", "Message" AND "History" touch History and you'll have a list of calls made WITH ...
Here is the solution ( but need root in some cases )
Simply it wasn't showing for me too
Even after updating contacts
And then i found that contacts in my sister's phone show
Anway i realize that she had an old version... Even if i deleted the all updates it still older than mine ( by the way both run on pie android one phone )
She send me apk ...
Android itself has no such features built-in (at least none I know that are accessible to the customer). But there are monitoring apps available targeted at "child protection", which can do most of the things you asked for. One example would be Parental Control Board:
Parental Control: Position tracking (source: Google Play; click images for ...
I thought that I may get some answers here, as it is, after many hours searching and trying various apps out, I have found a few apps that provide solutions myself, the best two of which I will list below.
I was looking for an app to show "call" & "sms" "history"/"logs", so using these search terms I found many, the best stand alone one I found is ...
Personally I had done this for a few times, plus transmitting the changed data from an Android 4.1 to an Android 5.1 device, but the method I used might be a little complex for normal users.
Root your phone and install a terminal emulator, if your phone has sqlite3 binary preinstalled then I'd recommend Terminal Emulator for Android, otherwise Termux is ...
I have Google voice, in addition to my cell carrier's assigned phone number, so this may not be true for everyone, but you can use Google Takeout to download all your data for any Google service you use. Just go to www.google.com/settings/takeout, and pick the services you want to review. Google will pack them all up in an archive which you can then download ...
Try aPhoneMeTiX app. In this app you can generate reports based on data, person, type of call (incoming/outgoing). You can email that report on your email address. This is free app without any restriction.
Disclaimer: I'm the creator of this app.
You could change the way the logs are "viewed by". Go to logs-->settings-->view by-->all logs.
If it is already on all logs, then quite possibly the logs are full, try deleting some or all of the logs.