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Discuss [Solution] International/local caller ID matching at the iPhone "2G" (Rev. 1) - Hackint0sh.org; Originally Posted by ashraf@samawi.com sure... from within the country: mobile: +962 79 1234567 or 079 ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by ashraf@samawi.com View Post
    sure...
    from within the country:
    mobile: +962 79 1234567 or 079 1234567 or 00962 79 1234567
    landline: +962 6 1234567 or 06 1234567 or 00962 6 1234567

    from abroad:
    Mobile: +962 79 1234567 or 00962 79 1234567 or 011962 79 1234567 (depending if from US or Europe)
    Landline: +962 6 1234567 or 00962 6 1234567 or 011962 6 1234567 (depending if from US or Europe)

    hope that helps
    From these example phone numbers and what I understand about AppSupport's phonenumber templates I think you only need two templates, namely "jo 962 00 0 2 7" and "jo 962 00 0 1 7". Try with only these 2 templates and then run your phonenumbers through "CheckAppSupport CPPhoneNumbersEqual <phone number 1> <phone number 2> jo".


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    Quote Originally Posted by anarchron View Post
    Tim, if you're not going to release the source code for your application, at least tell us how the hack works or the offsets for the number matching and area code for the table.

    Not everyone has an intel machine.
    Well, its easy to find where the table is by comparing the before and after. But he has done a great job with both programs.

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    didn't work.... when comparing i get a 0...

    when decomposing i get... for 069999999

    1,"962","","06","9999999"

    when decomposing for +96269999999 i get
    1,"962","","69","999999"


    ????

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    Quote Originally Posted by aviegas View Post
    Well, its easy to find where the table is by comparing the before and after. But he has done a great job with both programs.
    It isn't that easy. The "phoneNumberTemplates" table contains addresses of C strings and CFStrings, and the CFStrings contain addresses to C strings. My application rewrites those 3 areas (table, CFStrings and C strings) and doing this manually by hex-editing AppSupport is not that easy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ashraf@samawi.com View Post
    didn't work.... when comparing i get a 0...

    when decomposing i get... for 069999999

    1,"962","","06","9999999"

    when decomposing for +96269999999 i get
    1,"962","","69","999999"


    ????
    Try swapping the 2 templates. First the "1 7" and then the "2 7". This should fix it, I think.


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    Quote Originally Posted by timschuerewegen View Post
    It isn't that easy. The "phoneNumberTemplates" table contains addresses of C strings and CFStrings, and the CFStrings contain addresses to C strings. My application rewrites those 3 areas (table, CFStrings and C strings) and doing this manually by hex-editing AppSupport is not that easy.
    That is why I said you did a fantastic job! Couldn't be simpler that what you did.

    BTW, are you using any disassembler or tools to gather the information inside the AppSupport file?

    I'm thinking on giving it a try and try a patch to do the x-rightmost digits. I just need some help with the tools!
    Last edited by aviegas; 11-16-2007 at 02:49 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by timschuerewegen View Post
    Try swapping the 2 templates. First the "1 7" and then the "2 7". This should fix it, I think.
    Is the order important? Never tough about it.

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    ..........
    Last edited by timschuerewegen; 02-17-2008 at 11:23 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by timschuerewegen View Post
    Download "CheckAppSupport" (see my post above this one) , put it on your iPhone, give it exec permission. Then run the following command and see what it returns.

    Code:
    ./CheckAppSupport CPPhoneNumbersEqualStrict "+41 79 3965246" "079 3965246"
    If it is "1" then there should not be a problem, the iPhone thinks that both phone numbers are equal. If you get "0" then somehow "ch 41 00 0 2 7" is not working as expected.
    Finally it works, thank you !!!!! :-)

    I was an error with the file UIMobileCountryCodes.plist, because the first time my iphone crash with the phone.app et sms.app, so I changed something inside. (replace CH by FR)

    There was a conflict between this file and AppSupport. AppSupport didn't find CH. :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by timschuerewegen View Post
    Try swapping the 2 templates. First the "1 7" and then the "2 7". This should fix it, I think.
    That worked... Thanks a million

    timschuerewegen,

    one last question (i promise lol).... why do i still need to create a plist for my operator and symlnk it? all i have done so far is upgrade to 1.1.2, jailbreak it.... my phone got signal but no phone or sms function.... your amazing pntdit fixed both of those problems as well as the caller id issue.... do i still need to create a plist or my carrier and symlink it? what will that do?
    Last edited by ashraf@samawi.com; 11-16-2007 at 06:21 PM.


 

 

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