A while back, I needed to check my past call logs that were not available on my device. This got me into digging my Sprint account call log, which made me realize how plenty of other users also go through the same trouble at times. If you also wish to check yours or someone else’s Sprint call log, then this is just the perfect article for you. In this post, I will let you know how to check your own Sprint current call log and view someone else’s log as well.
Checking my Sprint account call log was pretty easy. Even though I restored my device and has no past call logs, I was able to retrieve Sprint call log from its online dashboard. You can also check the previous and Sprint current call log by following these steps:
Following these simple steps, I was able to view my Sprint account call log as well. Though, you might have to take some added measures to view someone else’s Sprint call log. I have explained this in the next section.
After when I learned how to view my Sprint account call log, I did a little research to discover how to view someone else’s Sprint call log. There are two options for this – you either need their Sprint account details or use a spying tool. If you have an access to their Sprint account credentials, then you can just log-in to their account and follow the same drill to check their Sprint call log.
Hacking someone’s Sprint account would be a tedious job. Therefore, you can use a spying app to view Sprint call log of any user. In this way, you can check whom your kids, partner, employees, or anyone else is talking to. Out of all the spying apps, we recommend using Spyzie. Since it runs in a stealth mode, it will let you spy on someone else’s device remotely without being detected.
Sine Spyzie has a user-friendly dashboard you won’t face any trouble using it to view someone else’s Sprint call log. To learn how to use it, follow these easy steps:
Step 1: Create your Spyzie account
First of all, you need to create your Spyzie account by visiting its official website. Here, you can buy a plan of your choice and move ahead to create your account.
After providing your email id and setting up a password, you will get another interface like this. Here, you need to let the application know the kind of device (iOS or Android) you wish to hack.
Step 2: Tracking an iOS device
If you have provided iOS as the target device’s OS, then you will be moved to the next screen. Simply enter the iCloud ID and password of the account that is linked to the device you wish to hack. Remember, this should be the details of the account that is already associated with the target device.
Step 3: Tracking an Android device
If you wish to view Sprint call log on an Android device, then you need to access the device once. Make sure that you are able to download apps from third-party sources. This can be done by visiting its Settings > Security and enabling the download from Unknown Sources.
Now, you can just launch a web browser and go to Spyzie’s website. From here, you can download the tracking app on the device. Once the app is installed, simply log-in with your account details and grant all the needed permissions to it.
Just tap on the “Start Monitoring” button to turn it on. Later, you can also delete the app’s icon. Don’t worry – it will keep running in the stealth mode.
Step 4: Start monitoring
Now, you can go to Spyzie’s dashboard or use its mobile app to access all kinds of information related to the target device. On its homepage, you can view the recent callers, location of the device, and more.
To view the Sprint current call log, you can go to the “Calls” section on the left panel. This will display a comprehensive list of the calls made on the device. You can filter this search on the basis of the time duration or provide any keyword of your choice as well.
Besides call logs, you can also track the device’s contacts, messages, browser history, social app activity, and more.
By following these steps, I was able to learn how to view my Sprint account call log details. Though, after researching a little, I realized that I can view someone else’s Sprint call log too. Who knew accessing any device’s Sprint current call log (or existing ones) would be so easy? If you don’t believe me, then give Spyzie a try and start tracking any iOS or Android device remotely.