If you’re one busy bee, then you would surely have more than 500 calls saved on your Android call log. 500 is the limit that all Android devices have, but if for some reason you need to have more, just know it’s possible.
To finally get that unlimited call log you’ve wanted all you need to do is install Xposed Module Repository tool. For this, to work you’re going to need to rooted Android phone. Thought you should know this from the very beginning. The method is short, so it shouldn’t take you too long to complete.
How to Get an Unlimited Call Log on Android
Besides a rooted Android phone, your phone is also going to have to be running on Lollipop or higher, stock Android, AOSP-based custom ROM or CyanogenMod, Xposed Framework installed and Unknown sources enabled.
All clear? Good, now what you need to do is open the Xposed Installer app and go to the Download section. Look for Unlimited CallLog for LP/MM and tap on the top result. Now, go to the Versions tab and choose the Download button and tap on Install. When you’re done with that, activate the module and reboot your device.
Once you have completed the above steps, you’ll start enjoying an unlimited call log on your Android phone. You can say goodbye to that 500 limit and see how the call log just keeps on going.
Don’t forget that this applies to the Google Dialer, the generic phone app included with AOSP-based ROMs and firmware and CyanogenMod’s default phone app. So, if you’ve always wanted to have an unlimited call log on your Android phone, now you know how you can get it.
Even if it’s been months, you’ll still be able to find that number you so desperately need. If you give the method a try, don’t forget to share your thoughts in the comments.