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Discuss Phone Number format at the iPhone "2G" (Rev. 1) - Hackint0sh.org; Originally Posted by jkenzo i found an interesting article : http://www.wireless4bmw.com/info/CingularATT_iphone.pdf scroll down.. thats it ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by jkenzo View Post
    i found an interesting article :http://www.wireless4bmw.com/info/CingularATT_iphone.pdf

    scroll down..
    thats it
    international:
    011 then the country code!
    like: 011 49 germany...

    works

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    pendalf, does it work for you? it still wont work for me

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    applescript to change the numberformats in adressbook:
    http://www.andare.ch/data/Vorwahl_aendern.scpt.zip

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    find u country section like <key>cn</key> ,copy all strings in this section ,then replace string in <key>us</key> section , reboot,

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    I have done this a few times!! but with no luck because I have this format:

    +41 ## #######

    if I use this ### ####### it works.. but I like to use international number format.. please help me out


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    This is one of the last hurdles to make a lot of people happy.

    Many people travel and must have +country code in the phone book numbers, it is not practical otherwise.
    Of course even if we use the alternate dial plan strings as shown in this thread and place them in the US section, caller ID it will not work for local incoming calls since local incoming calls wont have the local +country code in front of them and as such they wont match to the phone book entry.
    You just see the incoming number and not who owns that number.

    This is an important issue to solve and someone needs to start exploring and above all supplying suitable replacement files since the website used to convert to XML is down much of the time and as such we can not rely on it.

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    I'm having much the same problem - if i store contacts as +61 xxx incoming SMS is recognised properly, however calls (which caller ID doesnt prefix) don't. However, if I store them without the international prefix, incoming calls are recognised fine, but not the incoming SMS notification (which have +61). Funnily enough though, once I go into the SMS app itself it is smart enough to figure it out - just not on the notification screen. Anyone have any magic ideas?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jkenzo View Post
    pendalf, does it work for you? it still wont work for me
    yes it works:
    you have to change the format under us...

    but i thing here could be a beter solution
    didn´t find it yet

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    @jkenzo:
    what he´s saing works for me...

    Quote Originally Posted by chinaet View Post
    find u country section like <key>cn</key> ,copy all strings in this section ,then replace string in <key>us</key> section , reboot,
    ps.: grützi in die schweiz

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    Quote Originally Posted by linc View Post
    I'm having much the same problem - if i store contacts as +61 xxx incoming SMS is recognised properly, however calls (which caller ID doesnt prefix) don't. However, if I store them without the international prefix, incoming calls are recognised fine, but not the incoming SMS notification (which have +61). Funnily enough though, once I go into the SMS app itself it is smart enough to figure it out - just not on the notification screen. Anyone have any magic ideas?
    BUMP!

    Please can someone with the know how help us out..

    Im having the exact problem as above and its really annoying not knowing whos calling

    thanks in advance
    NR


 

 

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