Samsung Galaxy S3: How to Know Total Call Duration

On Samsung Galaxy SIII you can find out all the history calls by using the Logs menu under Phone app. Here you can see the history of incoming calls, outgoing calls and missed calls. Next, you can either delete all the logs to free up your phone's storage or save some new numbers are not listed in your phone book.

See also: How to Save Recent Calls on Samsung Galaxy S3

In addition to provide you the information about the call histories, here you can also get information about the call duration for the last calls, incoming calls, outgoing calls and the total of all calls.


How to find total call duration?
To do so, kindly do as follows:
  1. Open Phone app.
  2. Tap the Logs tab.
  3. Tap the Menu key then select Call duration.
  4. Here you can see the total call duration, either voice or video call.
    • Last call: This will show you the total length of time for the last call.
    • Dialed calls: This will show you the total length of time for all outgoing calls you have made.
    • Received calls: This will show you the total length of time for all incoming calls you have received.
    • All calls: This will show you the total length of time for all incoming and outgoing calls.
  5. To reset all these times, tap the Menu key then select Reset.

For some peoples, knowing the duration of the calls they have done is something quite important. So, by knowing how to do it using the steps above, you can now easily get information about the total call duration on your Samsung Galaxy SIII.

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