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    Nope, you should be ok!

    If you have exactly the same thing on your caller id and your phonebook it is no problem, the problem is when you have different numbers like:

    Phonebook: +49 1234567
    Callerid: 1234567

    it wont work...


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    Angry Where is the calleer id ?

    I live in Germany. In my Phonebook the Numbers are like:
    +491771234567
    so + stands for 00
    49 = for germany
    177 = mobilephone provider (Eplus)
    1234567 = the number

    So which file do i have to edit and how do i have to edit that i see the saved Name when some one calls me. i just see The Phonenumbers when someone calls me.
    What i could figure out was, when i save the number without +49 i mean like this:
    01771234567 then it works, but i can't call someone then when i'm outside Germany

    Someone knows what i can do to make this work ???
    thx

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    Exclamation Dev Help Needed !

    Quote Originally Posted by yakuphan View Post
    I live in Germany. In my Phonebook the Numbers are like:
    +491771234567
    so + stands for 00
    49 = for germany
    177 = mobilephone provider (Eplus)
    1234567 = the number

    So which file do i have to edit and how do i have to edit that i see the saved Name when some one calls me. i just see The Phonenumbers when someone calls me.
    What i could figure out was, when i save the number without +49 i mean like this:
    01771234567 then it works, but i can't call someone then when i'm outside Germany

    Someone knows what i can do to make this work ???
    thx
    I discussed this topic several times in the iPhone cannel on IRC...
    Looks like everybody has this problem!

    My personal midterm result is: a good DEV need to look at this to change the behavior the phone lookup the caller-id OR to make the phone realize it's not in the US, cause in ABPhoneFormats.plist the other countries are allready in there...
    ...we NEED a fix here otherwise it makes the phone more or less useless for power use!
    Last edited by obivan; 09-04-2007 at 08:26 AM. Reason: misspelling :o)

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    So does anyone have an update about this?

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    Quote Originally Posted by chinaet View Post
    modify
    /System/Library/Framework/AddressBookUI.framework/ABPhoneFormats.plist

    in <key>us</key> section,modify it
    no wrong
    you have to change the ID of your country code to "us" so the phone think to use "us" number format.
    to easely edit the .plist file you have to install apple xcode
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    Hi

    I am in Hungary, and we have a special service here, called +0 (plus nulla we call it) and it gives you better international rates. Now why do I say it?

    I have all my international contacts stored with plus nulla in order to call them cheaper from Hungary, but when I travel, this plus nulla wont work, as its only supported by my carrier, Pannon GSM.

    So, to give you a better example:

    Lets say I have a Czech contact I call often, but I also travel there much, so I need to call from within the Czech Republic as well.

    The international number is like this

    +420xxyyyyyyy

    + stands for 00 (international prefix)
    420 is Czech Rep
    xx is carrier
    yyyyyyy is number

    If I want to call this same number from Hungary cheaper, I dial

    +0420xxyyyyyyy

    When I use this number from overseas it completely refuses to connect. So my solution was to have every contact with 2 numbers, one with plus nulla and one the ordinary way.

    My point is the following:

    Can we just use 2 Numbers for each contact until there is a solution?

    Lets say I put my wife

    +3620yyyyyyy (int format)
    0620yyyyyyy (local format) (06 is prefix from within Hungary, 20 is carrier)

    With the +3620 I can call from abroad and from Hungary as well, so that takes care of calling, and for incoming calls it would also pick up the local format

    This of course is only valid, if iPhone supports multiple numbers per contacts, which I suppose it does.

    Cheers

    Ben

    p.s. I dont have the phone yet, still 3-4 days to go for me, just thinking ahead, as I travel half the times around Europe, and I need to have this working.

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    pardon my ignorance but do i need to convert back to binary from ascii once i have edited a plist file?? i'm using winxp obviously. thanks

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    No. It's not necessary.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jacoch View Post
    No. It's not necessary.
    thanks for the quick response.

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    Can someone verify if you add 2 numbers for a contact, a local and an internationally formatted one, then incoming calls would display the correct name and outgoing would still work abroad?

    Thanks

    Ben


 

 

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