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Old 01-07-2009, 12:17 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hi, i know how to clear the call log but how do you clear the last number that you manually dialed. To make it kinda clear, the number shows up on my phone if i press the SEND key 2 times... so SEND SEND... I would like to clear that number.. Thanks in advance...
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I'll defer to anyone who has successfully cleared this, but I don't believe it is possible.
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Well..... If you're on the main screen and you press Send, it takes you into the Call Log application - highlighting the first number listed. If you press Send again, it dials that number.

I would think the only way to fix that is to delete all of your call log records.

That sounds like it's working as designed.

Unless I'm missing something.
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Highlight the number, press and hold "alt" key and then press "del", the number will be deleted, if you have delete confirmation you will receive a message asking if you want to delete the number from the log, just say yes.
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