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    Exclamation Reset lifetime call statistics

    Hello,

    I'd like to reset the usage statistics of my iPhone (because I will sell it and get a new one).

    I proceded as follows:

    I clicked on "Settings", then "Usage" and then "Reset Statistics". However it doesn't reset the number of talk time.

    Is there some plist file to edit? I already looked for it but didn't find anything.
    I'm a bit desperate

    Thanks I copied it from someone's post



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    restore???

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    Restore to 1.0.2? Will that help?

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    Anyobody? help

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    Quote Originally Posted by kherlen View Post
    Anyobody? help
    They are stored at:


    /private/var/root/Library/CallHistory/call_history.db

    it's a SQLite database file so you need a tools (under Windows or Mac) to edit it and reset any of the counters you want.

    Yes, you can fully reset the counters!

    Also, you can increase the number of calls stored in the "recent calls" list. It defaults to 50, and some people use up to 500! (I use 200)


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    Just deltete the call_history.db, restart the phone and its been resettet, and going to start from beginning

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    Quote Originally Posted by aviegas View Post
    They are stored at:


    /private/var/root/Library/CallHistory/call_history.db

    it's a SQLite database file so you need a tools (under Windows or Mac) to edit it and reset any of the counters you want.

    Yes, you can fully reset the counters!

    Also, you can increase the number of calls stored in the "recent calls" list. It defaults to 50, and some people use up to 500! (I use 200)
    how can i make it 500 then???

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    So... can we delete that file, and restart, and it will create a new one itself and reset all statics?

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    Bump for any positive reply.

    Anyone tried?

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    yes! as I wrote, delete, restart 0 timer, if u dont trust me, make a baclup of your old callhistory file.


 

 
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