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    wonderful work ;_)

    switzerland; I've use the 9-digit format like +41 (0)44 XXX XX XX

    thanks a lot!


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    Thx M8
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    Quote Originally Posted by cynix View Post
    Currently iPhone cannot correcly match an incoming caller ID with numbers stored in your address book if one is in local format (without country code prefix) and the other is in international format (with +country_code prefix). I know some of us resorted to storing 2 numbers for each contact, but sometimes even that won't cut it.

    This is a patch to make it work. Remember this is only a temporary solution, until Apple fixes it properly.

    Remove the * from the URL to download. Extract to /System/Library/Frameworks/AppSupport.framework/ and overwrite the original. Reboot and enjoy.

    http://cynix.org/iphone/AppSupport-7.tar.gz
    http://cynix.org/iphone/AppSupport-8.tar.gz
    http://cynix.org/iphone/AppSupport-9.tar.gz
    http://cynix.org/iphone/AppSupport-10.tar.gz

    the -7, -8 and -9 indicates the number of digits used for matching. I remember someone mentioned in another thread that Nokia phones use the last 6 digits of a phone number for matching. By default, iPhone uses the last 7 digits, but only if either the incoming caller ID or the stored number is exactly 7 digits. This may work for US phone numbers (for example local caller ID 555-6789 will match against +1-234-555-6789 stored in address book), but may not for the rest of the world. Mobile phone numbers in Australia, for example, are in the form of 0412-345-678 when displayed as a local number, but +61-412-345-678 when country code is added (the leading 0 is dropped). To make things worse, voice calls come with local caller ID while SMS's come with international caller ID, so you're in trouble even when you're not roaming. This patch forces iPhone to use the last 7 or 8 digits for matching even if caller ID or stored number is longer than 7 digits.

    I've only tested this in Australia, so I can't guarantee it will work for everyone. Make sure you have a backup copy of the original AppSupport before overwriting.
    Hi cynic
    Like you I am in australia
    unlike you i am not a developer/tech savy - smile
    Any chance you could give me a amore detailed stepped approch to getting this working.
    i am technical enough to have hacked iphone to work on vodafone, used cyberduck , and have installer on my iphone

    But its not clear to me if i use all your files above or just the correct one, and what to use exactly to put it in. Any pointers in the right direction would be so appreciated, as i am about to lose my friends and business due to ignoring all their calls when i get no caller id..lol

    EDIT 24/10: - NOT TO WORRY - i worked it out and it works beautifully...so for anyone who is really not tech savvy like me:
    1. i downloaded o my MAC the correct file from the first message in this thread ( in my case australia - 9 digits)
    2. I double clicked on APPSUPPORT-9.tar it to unarchive it and it created a file called "APPSUPPORT"
    3. I opened cyberduck and connected to my ipone
    4. i navigated using cyberduck to the location specified in the first message in this thread and first took the appsupport file in that location and backed it up to my mac
    5. i dragged the new APPSUPPORT file frm my mac and replaced the old one on my iphone
    PRESTO- caller id works!
    Thanks
    splurge
    Last edited by splurge; 09-24-2007 at 03:27 AM. Reason: typos

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    Cynix, I wanted to thank you as this fixed my biggest problem with my iPhone. THANK YOU SO MUCH!!

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    So since i travel from North America (Canada) to Europe (Greece)

    should I upload the 10 digit file?

    Greece locals: area code plus number for land line: abc1234567
    Greece cell phone: 1234567890


    will installing the 10 digit file change anything while i am in Canada?

    an


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    I believe that 7 or 8 digits are enough for most of us.

    in Italy we follow this pattern: +39 035 22222 for landlines or +39 348 222222 for cellphones. As you can see there are at least 10 digits displayed, but as Cynix pointed out the phone-check is made on the final 7 or 8 numbers, and it's very unlikely that they'll match those of another caller.

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    i knew this would work. Its the same way a nokia handles numbers. Only checking the last 7 numbers. I once got a SMS from myself, but in truth it was someone with the number 087XXXXXXX, and my number was 072XXXXXXX. But because i stored my own number in nokia as 072XXXXXXX , and the nokia only checked the incoming sms`s last 7 digits, it said that i smsed myself lol.

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    @aouas

    For use in Greece the 10 digit one will work since the numbers are:
    +30XXXXXXXXXX For landline and mobile but i think it wont work in Canada and USA

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    Default how do you download it??

    when i click on the link to 10 digit file it just opens another web page with some binary language without any downloading options.also there is no * in the url which i can remove to download.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sahirhussain View Post
    when i click on the link to 10 digit file it just opens another web page with some binary language without any downloading options.
    Try downloading with a download manager.

    also there is no * in the url which i can remove to download.
    Don't worry about that anymore.


 

 

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