Detailed Descriptions of the steps can be found below.
What TouchCopy can do with your Call Logs
TouchCopy allows you to browse, copy and print call history from iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch. To have access to this feature, and to all the logs stored on your device, click the Call Logs button in TouchCopy.
This functionality records telephone conversations and FaceTime conversation (iO6 upwards).
iOS 13 users
For devices running iOS 13, encrypted backups are required in order for TouchCopy to access the iPhone call logs.
If your iPhone backups are not set to be encrypted, TouchCopy will not be able to find your call logs.
TouchCopy displays a list of contacts or numbers who have called you or been called by you. Clicking on a name/number in the list displays the Call Log pertaining that person.
TouchCopy will display information such as the date each call was made and the contact name or number, if this call was missed or unanswered, and how long the call lasted.
Sorting Call Logs: You can order your list of call logs by contact name or by recently updated. To do this, right-click on a contact in your list of call logs, then click either "Sort by Name" or "Sort by Last Updated".
Export Call Logs to computer
Select which call logs you wish to extract by selecting one or more entries on the display list, then choose what format you'd like to export your call logs to:
Copy Call Logs (PC) or Save as HTML (Mac) - Export your selected call logs as HTML. You can open your copied HTML files in your web browser such as Google Chrome, Internet Explorer, Safari...
Save PDF - Export as PDF if you'd like an easily readable and shareable document.
Save CSV - Save as CSV if you'd like to manage your call logs in a spreadsheet. You can open these files in programs like Microsoft Excel.
TouchCopy will then ask you where you'd like to save your file to on your computer. If no entry is selected, the entire collection of Call Logs will be copied. You can also select all call logs by clicking a contact, then pressing "ctrl+A" (PC) or "cmd+A" (Mac) on your keyboard.
Printing Call Logs
Pressing the "Print" button will bring up your computer's standard print options. If a selection of call logs is made, those will be printed, if nothing is selected, the entire list of call logs will be printed.