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    It seems that if you use Geohot's hardware unlocking method, the full international number appears when someone calls.

    Check out this photo
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    Quote Originally Posted by staticfish View Post
    It seems that if you use Geohot's hardware unlocking method, the full international number appears when someone calls.

    Check out this photo
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/frenchi...7601654424606/
    Not really. I did it and still get the local phone number. That's why I asked in that thread (the one you mention) if the calling number format received by the phone could depend on operator choices.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jacoch View Post
    Not really. I did it and still get the local phone number. That's why I asked in that thread (the one you mention) if the calling number format received by the phone could depend on operator choices.
    Oh I see what you mean now. My apologies.

    Anyway whether it relies on the operators choice or not is slightly irrelevant. All phones I have ever used are able to truncate the international section intelligently through software or some other means.

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    Quote Originally Posted by staticfish View Post
    Oh I see what you mean now. My apologies.

    Anyway whether it relies on the operators choice or not is slightly irrelevant. All phones I have ever used are able to truncate the international section intelligently through software or some other means.
    Sure. Mine too. That's the first unable to do that. But it was just to know. Why does this user have incoming call displayed with international format when it's in local format on mine. And I tried 3 different operators here in Switzerland.

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    I had to apologize i ask this question , i have tried a lot method to convert the".plist" to a Ascii/Text file (even you guys provide upon , i use WinXP) , but it still not work !! i press the "Browse" buttom to choose the oringinal ".plist" file and press convert. it shows a lot of mess , but no file comes out and no words i can read. Can anybody help ... it mess me up serveral days ...


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    What Do I have to do that my iPhone recognizes Caller ID when all my Phone nUmbers in my contacts are in this format : +49 172847577 for example?!

    I donīt want to edit all my contacts, so there must be a solution.
    Do i have to edit the pslist?

    How do I have to edit it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by StefanM View Post
    What Do I have to do that my iPhone recognizes Caller ID when all my Phone nUmbers in my contacts are in this format : +49 172847577 for example?!

    I donīt want to edit all my contacts, so there must be a solution.
    Do i have to edit the pslist?

    How do I have to edit it?
    As far as I know, you will either have to call your Carrier and see if they can send the caller ID using the format you have, or you will have to edit your contacts.

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    No one has found a way to do it yet.... I've looked all over, others have too, but yet no one has found it...

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    Quote Originally Posted by staticfish View Post
    It seems that if you use Geohot's hardware unlocking method, the full international number appears when someone calls.
    That will depend of the coutry your in.
    I've noticed that in France the caller ID is in international format.
    Here in Australia, incoming number always show as local number...

    So the iPhone will not match a name from the address book

    Jean-Yves

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    In germany calls come in in the international format like +49 17227436 for example.

    So is there then a problem for me, if i have all contacts in that format?


 

 

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