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Deleting all calls...

Is there a way to set my phone to automatically delete any calls I receive or dial, or do I have to do it manually everytime? I don't want any calls saved in my phone.

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The calls are automatically saved but you can lock the access to the call list if you want. Look in the security menu. Menu, Settings, Security, App lock.

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