Discuss [Solution] International/local caller ID matching at the iPhone "2G" (Rev. 1) - Hackint0sh.org; Tim Thx for your hint, it works right now. Wonderfull. One more question, is it ...
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    Thx for your hint, it works right now. Wonderfull. One more question, is it possible to add to my callinfo.db (with polish numbers) only european country codes and country names to be able to recognize just the country of incoming call, not the whole information (i.e. spain, ireland etc)?
    Once again, big thx, you are the master


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    Quote Originally Posted by peha View Post
    Tim
    Thx for your hint, it works right now. Wonderfull. One more question, is it possible to add to my callinfo.db (with polish numbers) only european country codes and country names to be able to recognize just the country of incoming call, not the whole information (i.e. spain, ireland etc)?
    Once again, big thx, you are the master
    No. That is currently not possible.

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    I am not sure if this has been covered, but I have a glitch and I hope someone can help me. I am on 1.1.3

    I am in NYC and I do a lot of international calling in and out. Most of my contacts have automatically a space after the country code.

    For example,

    UK +44 XXXXXXXXXX
    France +33 X XX XX XX XX
    India +91 XXXXXXXXXX

    This is by iPhone's default settings...

    Malaysia +60XXXXXXXXX (no space for country)

    And here is my problem...

    When I get a call from UK, India or France, I get to see the name, but when I get a call from Malaysia, I see +0060XXXXXXXXX. I am basically forced now to store this additional number under the contact, so next time I get to see the name and not the number.

    I tried the Appsupport fixes and other caller ID fixes, but it has not helped me with it. I also copied some files over to Support folder in iPhone, rebooted, still no fix.

    Please let me know how I can make iPhone to recognize the country codes that I get called from to USA.

    Thanks,
    Russell
    Last edited by m5devil; 03-25-2008 at 02:24 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by m5devil View Post
    And here is my problem...

    When I get a call from UK, India or France, I get to see the name, but when I get a call from Malaysia, I see +0060XXXXXXXXX. I am basically forced now to store this additional number under the contact, so next time I get to see the name and not the number.
    +0060XXXXXXXXX is not a valid phone number

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    Hi Tim,

    Thanks for your response, but that's what appears on my called ID when my contact from Malaysia calls me.

    +006016XXXXXXX. Same contact is stored in my iPhone as +6016XXXXXXX.
    iPhone for some reasons doesn't recognize the number properly when my stored contact calls me directly and instead shows 00 in the front of 6016.

    Also, what do I edit to have the area codes grouped as for UK, France India where there is space between the country code and phone numbers as in
    (+44 XXXXXXXXX)?

    Thanks,
    Russell


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    Hello,

    We are in Africa (Gabon) and try to handle the 6/8 digits problem with fw 1.1.4.
    We have : +241 XX XX XX for home #
    +241 0X XX XX XX for cells #

    we would like the iphone to recognize the last 6 digits.

    Can anyone help us (about 96 users here in Libreville) ?

    Thanks in advance

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    Quote Originally Posted by m5devil View Post
    +006016XXXXXXX. Same contact is stored in my iPhone as +6016XXXXXXX. iPhone for some reasons doesn't recognize the number properly when my stored contact calls me directly and instead shows 00 in the front of 6016.
    Add the following to the PhoneNumberTemplates_3.plist file to fix the invalid phone numbers.

    <key>us</key>
    <array>
    <string>+0060########:+60########</string>
    <string>+0060#########:+60#########</string>
    </array>

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    Quote Originally Posted by mentalgeller View Post
    Hello,

    We are in Africa (Gabon) and try to handle the 6/8 digits problem with fw 1.1.4.
    We have : +241 XX XX XX for home #
    +241 0X XX XX XX for cells #

    we would like the iphone to recognize the last 6 digits.

    Can anyone help us (about 96 users here in Libreville) ?

    Thanks in advance
    Did you try build 13?

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    Originally Posted by mentalgeller
    Hello,

    We are in Africa (Gabon) and try to handle the 6/8 digits problem with fw 1.1.4.
    We have : +241 XX XX XX for home #
    +241 0X XX XX XX for cells #

    we would like the iphone to recognize the last 6 digits.

    Can anyone help us (about 96 users here in Libreville) ?

    Thanks in advance

    Did you try build 13?
    Hello,

    Thank you for your answer. No I did not try buid 13 just because I don't know what it is. I read the previous pages and revert if I have problems.

    Thanks

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    Sorry there are too much pages to read. Please can you tell me what buid 13 is ? If you mean the Appsupport patch 1.1.4 and Region patch 1.1.4 yes I already installed them.

    thank yo for any answer.


 

 

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