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    hmm, does anyone has problems with sms receiving and opening the sms app?

    i'm not sure if it has something to with the modified caller id file, services.app or the sms i've reached.
    but now the sms.app doesn't work anymore....
    solution is here, but i better wanna ask before it happens again ;-)
    http://hackint0sh.org/forum/showthread.php?t=4899

    thx alot


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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.

    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.

    "Extract to /System/Library/Frameworks/AppSupport.framework/ and overwrite the original. Reboot and enjoy."


    What do you mean reboot? how does one do that in their iphone without messing their 1.0.2 version? TIA

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    Dear Cynix,

    Thanks for sharing the info; however, I am not a Mac user myself, I am a PC user. And I wonder if this patch will apply on PC as well. If not, are there any other alternative solutions? Thanks a lot!

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    you use ibricker to put the file on the phone its for either mac or pc read the first post

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    Quote Originally Posted by dfstan View Post
    "Extract to /System/Library/Frameworks/AppSupport.framework/ and overwrite the original. Reboot and enjoy."


    What do you mean reboot? how does one do that in their iphone without messing their 1.0.2 version? TIA
    Reboot NOT restore!

    That means keep the standby button pressed for 3 seconds. Slide to power off and switch on again.


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    Quote Originally Posted by BonzaiMBLM View Post
    Reboot NOT restore!

    That means keep the standby button pressed for 3 seconds. Slide to power off and switch on again.

    Hi, im completely lost - can someone please please please assist with easy steps on how to change the number format to aussie style - 9 numbers... Thank you kindly

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    Quote Originally Posted by barney View Post
    yeah, i know but can't it come up and save in the normal format?
    i.e. 0405 123 456 as opposed to +61 4 05123 456 which is what it is now?
    What you are asking for is completely unrelated and probably won't be possible until the Australian version of iPhone is released.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dfstan View Post
    "Extract to /System/Library/Frameworks/AppSupport.framework/ and overwrite the original. Reboot and enjoy."


    What do you mean reboot? how does one do that in their iphone without messing their 1.0.2 version? TIA
    Reboot means turn your phone off then turn it back on, like how you reboot your computer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by alexshek View Post
    Dear Cynix,

    Thanks for sharing the info; however, I am not a Mac user myself, I am a PC user. And I wonder if this patch will apply on PC as well. If not, are there any other alternative solutions? Thanks a lot!
    It has nothing to do with your computer. You need to upload this file to your iPhone and replace what's originally there.

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    thanks for the "reboot" clarifications.

    now, i have replace the into /System/Library/Frameworks/AppSupport.framework/ and overwrite the original.

    question is: do i need to click on the "unlock" icon on the iphone screen to install the above overwrite into iphone? or do i simply just reboot the iphone after the overwrite?

    thanks in advance.


 

 

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