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    what that mean ???


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    I live in Peru and I am having problems with this

    I need the following numbers to be considered the same:

    +511########
    91########
    9######## <-- I wish to store the number in this format:


    Also, I'm not sure if what I'm changing is ok, I haven't understand the process very much and I thing my tries might have not done anything.

    I would very much appreciate the help

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    Quote Originally Posted by Motumbis View Post
    I need the following numbers to be considered the same:

    +511########
    91########
    9######## <-- I wish to store the number in this format:
    Those 3 phone numbers are too different to be considered the same.

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    @ timschuerewegen

    i dont know what to enter exactly to the txt file.. this is why i'm asking u

    how should i put it?? what should be entered there..

    all my phones are entered like this

    (+357) 2x xxx xxx (cyprus)
    (+357) 9x xxx xxx (cyprus)

    (+44) 1xxx xxx xxx (uk)
    (+44) 2xxx xxx xxx (uk)
    (+44) 3xxx xxx xxx (uk)
    (+44) 4xxx xxx xxx (uk)
    (+44) 5xxx xxx xxx (uk)
    (+44) 6xxx xxx xxx (uk)
    (+44) 7xxx xxx xxx (uk)
    (+44) 8xxx xxx xxx (uk)
    (+44) 9xxx xxx xxx (uk)

    maybe this would help too from the UIPhoneFormats.plist

    <string>(+33) 6 #### ####</string>
    <string>(+44) 1#1 ### ####</string>
    <string>(+44) 11# ### ####</string>
    <string>(+44) 1### ### ###</string>
    <string>(+44) 2# #### ####</string>
    <string>(+44) 3# #### ####</string>
    <string>(+44) 500 ### ###</string>
    <string>(+44) 5# #### ####</string>
    <string>(+44) 7### ### ###</string>
    <string>(+357) ## ### ###</string>
    <string>(00357) ## ### ###</string>
    <string>9# ### ###</string>
    <string>2# ### ###</string>

    also..

    // United Kingdom [gb] <-- shouldnt it be uk
    uk 44 00 0 or gb at both ?
    + + + + 7 ### ######
    Last edited by stocis; 01-30-2008 at 06:37 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by timschuerewegen View Post
    Those 3 phone numbers are too different to be considered the same.
    ok then, If I want this two numbers to be considered the same:
    511########
    91########

    I would store the numbers in this format:
    91########


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    For the UK I put at the top of the txt file both:

    // United Kingdom [gb]
    gb 44 00 0 ### #######

    // United Kingdom [uk]
    uk 44 00 0 ### #######

    Works fine now. I don't know which the phone uses, it was gb but also uk at one point. So just do both.

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    Quote Originally Posted by slimnickyy View Post
    For the UK I put at the top of the txt file both:

    // United Kingdom [gb]
    gb 44 00 0 ### #######

    // United Kingdom [uk]
    uk 44 00 0 ### #######

    Works fine now. I don't know which the phone uses, it was gb but also uk at one point. So just do both.
    Thanks.. I'll try it soon and update my post

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    just solved the problem i had:

    My iPhone is 1.1.2 ootb and its running on 1.1.3 with 04.02.13_G modem Firmware
    so it's unlocked with a *SIM

    instead of using

    // Germany [de]
    de 49 00 0

    i changed into


    // Germany [de]
    us 49 00 0

    and that solved the problem. Seems like those with a *SIM need to use the us as region code

    hope i could help you guys

    Devas

    oh and my iPhone is from US ... so perhapse with an iPhone from uk you need to change the region code to uk/gb

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    doesnt work at all

    / United Kingdom [gb]
    uk 44 00 0 ### #######
    gb 44 00 0 ### #######

    / Cyprus [cy]
    cy 357 00 - 2 # ######
    cy 357 00 - 9 # ######
    Last edited by stocis; 01-30-2008 at 11:13 PM.

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    Don't know about Cyprus, but for the UK you didn't actually do it exactly the way in my suggestion. Re-read my post (#1056). That way worked for me.


 

 

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