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Old 11-03-2010, 05:00 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I have read on various websites that BB of various vintages store a lot of personal information including past calls. Is there a tutorial anywhere on how to clear these logs. Not talking about just the "delete prior" calls from the messages menu; but anything that is stored on the OS out of site.

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Method 1. On your 8310 > Options > Security > General Settings > press the Menu key > Wipe Handheld. Follow the prompts. This will remove all personal information such preferences, calendar, Call logs, address book, mail and messages, etc.

Method 2. Use JL_Cmder. Check our FAQ site (link above on the top menu bar) for instructions.
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Method 1. On your 8310 > Options > Security > General Settings > press the Menu key > Wipe Handheld. Follow the prompts. This will remove all personal information such preferences, calendar, Call logs, address book, mail and messages, etc.

Method 2. Use JL_Cmder. Check our FAQ site (link above on the top menu bar) for instructions.
Thanks JSanders, but I ONLY want to delete the Call Logs and preserve everything else. From reading the FAQ it looks as if both methods delete everything or I have overlooked something.
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