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See exactly how long you've been on the phone with the latest Lumia Network+ update

Nokia App Updates

Nokia has released an update for its Network+ system app on Lumia Windows Phones. If you're not familiar with what Network+ brings in terms of functionality, the app deals with some cell network settings and is considered pretty important. We've today received a bunch of tips surrounding a 1.4.2.6 release.

Since 1.4, there have been usability improvements related to conditional call forwarding implemented, along with improved call forwarding number selection. In 1.4.2.6 there's now a call counter in the Network+ system area which shows exactly how long you've been active in calls for (system resets defaults the counter back to 0).

Network+ Counter Update

You can check out the latest version of Network+ from the Nokia Collection on the Windows Phone Store. via: WMPU; thanks everyone for the tips!

QR: Network+

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See exactly how long you've been on the phone with the latest Lumia Network+ update

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Mine says over 1400 hours... I just reset my phone 2 weeks ago. Even without the reset, there is no way I've spent 50 days talking on the phone since I bought the phone in March.
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Also, "Call Forwarding" and "Call Waiting" has disappeared.

I wonder if it includes Skype calls? My 1020 says 70 hours, which is impossible for phone calls, but could be right for Skype + phone.

That's strange. I get up call waiting by clicking the new button in network+ and call forwarding is in settings / programs / mobile (cellphone?)
Mine is in Norwegian so maybe some differences??

Great..Now we can pin Network+ to start manu... I hope that feature rollout to Wifi, Bluetooth and Screen Rotation in future
Currently I am using Insider Pro.. But I need this feature by default from Nokia not by 3rd party apps...

God. I don't need that. I need to see EACH call individually how long it took :(

PS: Just for bragging: 1510 hours here :D

Exactly. I never understand phones that don't show call duration... for those of us that bill by the hour it's pretty important, and an incredibly obvious and simple thing for them to implement. Sigh.

Dude it doesn't tell that the app has got update as soon the devs release it! Mine shows in the afternoon times daily it checks once Dono about twice!

That's BS I haven't been receiving any updates for apps on my 1020 and 520 for weeks, as have many other people on WP, just check the forums.

This is a huge fail on Microsofts part.

 

Do you maybe know if there is an exact time of the day when the store is checked against the list of installed apps for update? I believe its either a fixed point of time of the day, or depends on the boot time of the Phone, i dont know, as MS doesnt share such technical details anywhere. Issue is, my phone is usually offline to preserve battery, I only go online as long as I need, and then go back offline. Because of this (and the stupid behavior of the store app not being able to force check manually) I probably always miss the scheduled update time, and so it takes 1-2 months (yes, even two months!) until I see updates appear in the store app. The sh*ttiest application update experience on windows-based system sofar.

Yeah right my store shows daily from 1-2 pm that time Il keep my phone online and i get updates!
Even me before I used to get after 2 months only so only i was using sysapp pusher its a great app even now i use it!

A friend of mine had that problem with his Lumia 520. He wasn't able to download any apps or games from store. We fixed that problem by hard-resetting his phone and logging it in with a new Live account, instead of his old 3rd party email account. I read that it should be possilbe to use whatever email account to sign in to WP, but practically, it seems that you should use a Live account with your phone. I don't know if this is the problem in your case, but it's a possibility.

Great to see this added.  My 2006 Samsung flip phone (sph-a900) would display the total number of calls (made + received) and total cumulative talk time as days:hours:mins:seconds.  Little things like this may be easy to overlook in a modern OS, or it may be one of those little things that we'd expect to be in WP from the beginning.

how to remove call forward number as I dont want any number as for try I entered Number but now how can I remove that number. I am f*****g doomed

But i haven't call forwarding option ??????? On my lumia 620 i saw in screenshot but cant find anywhere in setting .... Have anybody that issue or isn't not available on lumia 620 ....????

I don't have it too... clicking on 'set' the only option I have is the Call waiting.
Also, I don't have the Voice call counter in the main page.

I have call counter its showing 96:43:53. But i don't have the call forward option i have also only the call wating option in settings ...

It seems AT&T's network doesn't allow the changing of any settings except to turn on and off Call Waiting. I just updated on my L1520 and under call settings, it's only showing that option and no conditional call forwarding options. This sucks!

04:07:29 for me. Sounds about right on the 1520. I'm glad it doesn't report time spent on data/wifi. I'd be married to this bitch by proxy

My Motorola MicroTac had this feature in 1990: actually it had a total counter, plus

counters for total, incoming and outgoing calls that I could reset at will...

 

 

My point, and a quite obvious one I would add, is that "Smartphones" are just seeing a crippled version of something that was available almost 25 years ago on dumb, ETACS phones.

Not sure if this was there before but when typing a SMS you now see character count and how many messages you are sending aka over 160 is 2 texts, was this before gdr3 or new to it, or did the network + bring it??

Lol something that was implemented in android or other smartphone is. As always, wp is late to the party. Hope android comes soon to ms!!

Call timer is the total time you have talked on phone regardless of your phone being reset... And its just phone call, does not include voip call made by any other app

I make a few calls a week that usually last less than a few minutes.

I've had my AT&T 920 for a year now, but there's no way I've talked 4444.47.28.