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    Well...

    In Brazil, when i receive a call in my iPhone, it shows the number in this format:

    YYY XXXXXXXX

    Where YYY is the local area...

    So i need a 11 digit file? is there anyone for help me with this??

    Thanks!


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    Ok so i know i'm being very thick here but how do i get this in the phone? When i obviously need to extract it where do i put it i know the files are here but i'm just very very confused. I guess i need to browse my iphone somehow but how??

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    Quote Originally Posted by ReVan View Post
    I second this post. Please can some one help or guide?
    .Tar is a compression format like .zip. You need a program to untar it and then copy it to the location.

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    Quote Originally Posted by freitas View Post
    Well...

    In Brazil, when i receive a call in my iPhone, it shows the number in this format:

    YYY XXXXXXXX

    Where YYY is the local area...

    So i need a 11 digit file? is there anyone for help me with this??

    Thanks!
    I really want to know that too freitas.
    Im from brasil, and id like to know which format should we use.
    Abras

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    I used the 9 digit version on my UK phone and it works perfectly and I have a lot of overseas numbers.
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    Awesome! Works good in Sweden, with the 7-digit version!

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    Used 7 digit version in New Zealand, worked like a charm! Cheers!
    Total iPhones unlocked ---- 45 and counting....

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    I have one more problem and maybe you can help me? It's when somebody sends me a phone number as an sms. If number is in local format (0401234567), iPhone recognize that, but if it is in int format (+358401234567) it doesn't recognize that as an phone number and i can't store it straith to contacts. Do you have any idea how to fix this problem?

    -nikke73-

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    Quote Originally Posted by nikke73 View Post
    I have one more problem and maybe you can help me? It's when somebody sends me a phone number as an sms. If number is in local format (0401234567), iPhone recognize that, but if it is in int format (+358401234567) it doesn't recognize that as an phone number and i can't store it straith to contacts. Do you have any idea how to fix this problem?

    -nikke73-
    did you change ABPhoneFormats.plist ? copy the FI section to the US section and try.

    rofl, you should be using a nokia

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    may i start off my congratualating you on a great code!
    thanks again.

    i'm in australia and as per the recommendations of the guys on whirlpool.net.au, i've installed and uploaded the 8-digit version of the code.
    i have 1 problem, however.
    when you receive SMSs from an unknown number, it'll display all the mumbo jumbo i.e. +61 4 24456###

    is there a fix for this?

    thanks in advanced!


 

 

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