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    Hi there!

    I'm in Brazil, with my pwned 2.0 iPhone. Thing is, it's doing something really weird.

    In Brazil, when you place a long distance code, you dial 0 and ##, being ## an operator code, so you select your prefered carrier for long distance code. Ditto for international calls, being that 00 ##.

    That said, I've noticed that, when I tap the numbers I wanted to dial, they got different at the Recent calls log.

    My default carrier is Oi, and the ## code for it is 31.

    When I dial something like:

    +1 800 XXXXXXX

    It shows this on the Recent Calls menu:

    00 31 1800 XXXXXX !!!

    And when I dial

    +55 21 XXXXXXXX

    It gives me, on that log:

    0 31 (21) XXXXXXX !!!!

    That is, it knows when it is a long distance call, or an international call, choose the right prefix, and dial it, adding my phone operator! I prefer to have control on which numbers are actually dialed, so... Can anyone give me a hint on why is this happening? It's likely that some previous file from other installs are doing this, but I am not sure, as Installer.app is not here anymore!

    I wonder why is it filtering my numbers and adding my operator code, which I DON'T want!

    The most annoying side effects of this is that when I choose a contact on my address book (they don't include operator codes), they are not showing properly on the Recent Calls. It's like this: I have Mr. Vain on my contact list. His number is (077) 5555-5555. When I tap on Mr. Vain's phone to call it, it calls it normally. But when I check on the Recent Calls log, it doesn't show "Mr. Vain", but 031775555-5555.

    Any thoughts on how to fix this?

    Yours,


    Francis

    P.S. - I've discussed this as a side discussion on another thread, but it seems this deserve a thread of its own.



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