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Discuss [Solution] International/local caller ID matching at the iPhone "2G" (Rev. 1) - Hackint0sh.org; Originally Posted by aiphone Wonder how 1.1.3 works - if it has all changed again!? ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by aiphone View Post
    Wonder how 1.1.3 works - if it has all changed again!?
    I just checked. It's the same. I will provide a patched 1.1.3 AppSupport for my PhoneNumber Dynamic Library once the 1.1.3 jailbreak method has been made public.


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    Default Spain template!

    HI there! I've been reading this post (very interesting) and I think it's the best way for ID matching. I have a 1.1.2. unlocked with UltraSIM and I would like to know the template for Spain.
    We have Intl.: +34 123 456 789 and Local: 123 456 789.
    ¿Can you tell me what should I put in the PhoneNumberTemplate?
    Currently, all numbers in Spain have nine digits and require the use of area codes.
    This includes mobile phones. We have for land-phones, prefixing all area codes with a "9." For mobile phones, prefixing is a "6".

    Thankx a lot for your help!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by totet View Post
    HI there! I've been reading this post (very interesting) and I think it's the best way for ID matching. I have a 1.1.2. unlocked with UltraSIM and I would like to know the template for Spain.
    We have Intl.: +34 123 456 789 and Local: 123 456 789.
    ¿Can you tell me what should I put in the PhoneNumberTemplate?
    Currently, all numbers in Spain have nine digits and require the use of area codes.
    This includes mobile phones. We have for land-phones, prefixing all area codes with a "9." For mobile phones, prefixing is a "6".

    Thankx a lot for your help!!!!
    es 34 00 - - #########

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    Sorry, but it doesn't work.

    I've done as you said:

    - Created a directory named "Support" in the /System/Library/Frameworks/AppSupport.framework/ directory
    on the iPhone.
    - Copied the "AppSupport" and "AppSupport.original" files from the zip file to
    the /System/Library/Frameworks/AppSupport.framework/ directory on the iPhone.
    - Copied the "PhoneNumber.dylib" and "PhoneNumberTemplates.txt" files from the zip file to
    the /System/Library/Frameworks/AppSupport.framework/Support/ directory on the iPhone.
    - Optimize the "PhoneNumberTemplates.txt" file on your iPhone by typing "es 34 00 - - #########" at the top of the file .
    - Reboot the iPhone.

    But when calling local: i.e. 609111111 the iphone shows no ID from my address book (I have it saved as +34609111111). When receiving a SMS, that comes in intl. formar, it shows the correct ID.

    ¿What's wrong? I had iWorld installed, but I uninstalled it before rebooting!

    Please, help!
    Last edited by totet; 01-22-2008 at 09:58 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by totet View Post
    Sorry, but it doesn't work.

    I've done as you said:

    - Created a directory named "Support" in the /System/Library/Frameworks/AppSupport.framework/ directory
    on the iPhone.
    - Copied the "AppSupport" and "AppSupport.original" files from the zip file to
    the /System/Library/Frameworks/AppSupport.framework/ directory on the iPhone.
    - Copied the "PhoneNumber.dylib" and "PhoneNumberTemplates.txt" files from the zip file to
    the /System/Library/Frameworks/AppSupport.framework/Support/ directory on the iPhone.
    - Optimize the "PhoneNumberTemplates.txt" file on your iPhone by typing "es 34 00 - - #########" at the top of the file .
    - Reboot the iPhone.

    But when calling local: i.e. 609111111 the iphone shows no ID from my address book (I have it saved as +34609111111). When receiving a SMS, that comes in intl. formar, it shows the correct ID.

    ¿What's wrong? I had iWorld installed, but I uninstalled it before rebooting!

    Please, help!
    Did you use an application (like iSim) to transfer contacts from your SIM card to the iPhone address book. If the answer is yes then there is your problem.


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    No. I sync my old Nokia N70 with the Outlook contacts, and then, I sync the Iphone with the Outlook!
    Last edited by totet; 01-22-2008 at 10:13 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by totet View Post
    No. I sync my old Nokia N70 with the Outlook contacts, and then, I sync the Iphone with the Outlook!
    Download the Framework binary from my homepage and put it in /usr/bin on your iPhone, then run the following commands on your iPhone.

    Framework AppSupport CPPhoneNumberCopyActiveCountryCode
    Framework AppSupport decompo*******Number +34609111111 es
    Framework AppSupport decompo*******Number 609111111 es
    Framework AppSupport CPPhoneNumbersEqual +34609111111 609111111 es
    Last edited by timschuerewegen; 01-27-2008 at 08:02 PM.

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    How can I do that? I've been moving files with ibrickr. How can I execute commands on the iphone?

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    Quote Originally Posted by totet View Post
    How can I do that? I've been moving files with ibrickr. How can I execute commands on the iphone?
    By installing OpenSSH on your iPhone and using a telnet/ssh client to connect to your iPhone. Search the forum/internet.

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