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Discuss [iTunes] Showing phone number at the General - Hackint0sh.org; Originally Posted by aviegas There is a problem sending AT command in 2.x. The is ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by aviegas View Post
    There is a problem sending AT command in 2.x.
    The is a unreleased version of IGSM for 2.x (that has a nice UI) that I use for seting the own number, but it takes at least 3 or 4 attempts for it to work.

    So, try sendmodem at least 4 times in a row. Yes, it will take a long time to return with an error. Give this approach a chance.
    Hi aviegas,
    I'll give it a try with sendmodem.

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    I can confirm sendmodem works fine to set the phone number to be displayed in iTunes. You just have to sign the sendmodem executable using Saurik's ldid before using it. Also for some commands it takes a long time so just be patient.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nathulal View Post
    I can confirm sendmodem works fine to set the phone number to be displayed in iTunes. You just have to sign the sendmodem executable using Saurik's ldid before using it. Also for some commands it takes a long time so just be patient.
    Yes, it works perfectly fine, but you must be patient
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    Quick how to:

    1.- Download Sendmodem

    2.- Upload the file "sendmodem" to your iPhone in /usr/bin

    3.- Install Link identity Editor AKA ldid, from Cydia

    4.- Run ldid -S /usr/bin/sendmodem. After this you'll be able to run AT commands

    5.- Then, do this: (source: Sendmodem - iPhone Elite)

    - We first check what addressbook-mode the SIM card is in:
    # sendmodem "AT+CPBS?"

    Usually it will respond with "SM" (general addressbook). If the response is not "ON", we change the addressbook to "ON" (SIM card owner specific numbers):
    # sendmodem "AT+CPBS=\"ON\""

    Next we check what is currently in the addressbook item 1 (this is the location for your own phone number)
    # sendmodem "AT+CPBR=1"

    If you are fine with overwriting the current content (it is probably empty), you can (re)write the first entry with your own phone number (indicated by xxx below, e.g. "+18885559999") and a description (indicated by yyy below, e.g. "your name here"). Btw, note the double ,, (this is not a mistake) and that the "+" sign in the number will disappear upon query.
    # sendmodem "AT+CPBW=1,\"xxx\",,\"yyy\""

    Next you can query the results with the command below. It will respond back with what you entered plus the entry type, either 129 or 145. (129 fits a phone number with a national pattern, and 145 one with an international pattern):
    # sendmodem "AT+CPBR=1"

    And if you are happy with what you see, you can issue the following command (this is how iTunes queries the "Owner Number"):
    # sendmodem "AT+CNUM"

    Now put the SIM back to its original addressbook with the response answer from the first step (AT+CPBS?). In this example we assume it responded with "SM":
    # sendmodem "AT+CPBS=\"SM\""

    And verify that it worked (it should respond with "SM"):
    # sendmodem "AT+CPBS?"

    Now reboot your phone and after it is done rebooting, start up iTunes.
    # reboot

    And voila, iTunes should be displaying your phone number under the summary tab and also if you scroll to the top of your contact list on the phone, you should now see your phonenumber.
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    Quote Originally Posted by duck9000 View Post
    Yes, it works perfectly fine, but you must be patient
    Yep, patience, thats been my problem. Works flawless, cool.
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    Quote Originally Posted by duck9000 View Post
    Quick how to:

    1.- Download Sendmodem

    2.- Upload the file "sendmodem" to your iPhone in /usr/bin

    3.- Install Link identity Editor AKA ldid, from Cydia

    4.- Run ldid -S /usr/bin/sendmodem. After this you'll be able to run AT commands

    5.- Then, do this: (source: Sendmodem - iPhone Elite)

    - We first check what addressbook-mode the SIM card is in:
    # sendmodem "AT+CPBS?"

    Usually it will respond with "SM" (general addressbook). If the response is not "ON", we change the addressbook to "ON" (SIM card owner specific numbers):
    # sendmodem "AT+CPBS=\"ON\""

    Next we check what is currently in the addressbook item 1 (this is the location for your own phone number)
    # sendmodem "AT+CPBR=1"

    If you are fine with overwriting the current content (it is probably empty), you can (re)write the first entry with your own phone number (indicated by xxx below, e.g. "+18885559999") and a description (indicated by yyy below, e.g. "your name here"). Btw, note the double ,, (this is not a mistake) and that the "+" sign in the number will disappear upon query.
    # sendmodem "AT+CPBW=1,\"xxx\",,\"yyy\""

    Next you can query the results with the command below. It will respond back with what you entered plus the entry type, either 129 or 145. (129 fits a phone number with a national pattern, and 145 one with an international pattern):
    # sendmodem "AT+CPBR=1"

    And if you are happy with what you see, you can issue the following command (this is how iTunes queries the "Owner Number"):
    # sendmodem "AT+CNUM"

    Now put the SIM back to its original addressbook with the response answer from the first step (AT+CPBS?). In this example we assume it responded with "SM":
    # sendmodem "AT+CPBS=\"SM\""

    And verify that it worked (it should respond with "SM"):
    # sendmodem "AT+CPBS?"

    Now reboot your phone and after it is done rebooting, start up iTunes.
    # reboot

    And voila, iTunes should be displaying your phone number under the summary tab and also if you scroll to the top of your contact list on the phone, you should now see your phonenumber.
    Is there a way to do this on 2.2 ? Because i get all different kinds of error messages when i try this commands.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ArB View Post
    Is there a way to do this on 2.2 ? Because i get all different kinds of error messages when i try this commands.
    did you shutdown comcenter ?
    I believe commcenter has to be stopped before you can send AT command string to the modem

    launchctl unload -w /System/Library/LaunchDaemons/com.apple.CommCenter.plist
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    apparently it works without killing comcenter.... plus that command doesnt work anymore in 2.2 launchctl unload -w /System/Library/LaunchDaemons/com.apple.CommCenter.plist


    i guess it doesnt work on a 3g cuz i get "killed" everything i type in sendmodem
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    Quote Originally Posted by ArB View Post
    Is there a way to do this on 2.2 ? Because i get all different kinds of error messages when i try this commands.
    I did it on my 2.2 3G and it works perfectly
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    hmmmm then idk whats wrong i keep getting that Killed
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