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Discuss [Solution] International/local caller ID matching at the iPhone "2G" (Rev. 1) - Hackint0sh.org; Works like a charm in Romania with 7 digits version. Thanks...
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    Works like a charm in Romania with 7 digits version.
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    Sorry, but didīt work in Portugal. Our numbers are : +351 *********
    I tried both 7 and 8 digits, but didnīt work. Maybe I didnīt get it right.
    Here is what I want: I want to have only one number stored for each contact, and that should be the International version.
    I deleted the local version (9********) of my wifeīs number in "contacts", tried both 7 and 8 versions, and her name didnīt come up when she called me.
    Any ideas? Did I do anyhting wrong?

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    Guys, I seriously don't think the number of digits is going to matter in real life usage. Nokia uses 6 digits and I don't see anyone complaining, right? The chances of 2 people having the same last 7 or 8 digits in their numbers is extremely small I believe. I only made the 8-digit one because I'm a freak who must get it right or don't do it at all
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    Quote Originally Posted by vcasqu View Post
    Sorry, but didīt work in Portugal. Our numbers are : +351 *********
    I tried both 7 and 8 digits, but didnīt work. Maybe I didnīt get it right.
    Here is what I want: I want to have only one number stored for each contact, and that should be the International version.
    I deleted the local version (9********) of my wifeīs number in "contacts", tried both 7 and 8 versions, and her name didnīt come up when she called me.
    Any ideas? Did I do anyhting wrong?
    Are you saying your local format is 91234567 while international format is +351 1234567 (drop the leading 9)? But even if this is the case it should work because the last 7 digits stay the same...

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    Quote Originally Posted by bmn View Post
    So which one would I use if I'm from Australia. The 7 or the 8 digit one? Cheers mate
    I'm in Sydney so I use 8 digits. Do other states/areas have 7-digit local numbers? Anyway 7 should be fine for everyone.


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    Quote Originally Posted by JSN1 View Post
    Thanks it works for México!!!
    Finally the number match with the contacts!!!

    Used the 7 digit version.

    I got a question. What else are we replacing with this file?

    Thanks again, finally I don't have to guess who's calling.
    Sorry for the stupid question.

    But what is the problem if you dont change it to the 7 digits format?? I always can see who is calling if they are added to my address book but not for the text msgs.

    Can you help me?
    Thx

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    perfect!! thanks so much for this. Works perfectly in the Philippines

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    how to know if I should use the 7 or 8 digit format?
    Im from singapore and the number format used here is
    for cell phone is XXXXXXXX (8 digit)
    for land lines is 6XXXXXXX (also 8 digits)
    international format is +65
    thanks alot pals

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    Quote Originally Posted by babynino View Post
    perfect!! thanks so much for this. Works perfectly in the Philippines
    Hi babynino,
    did you use the 7 or 8 digits? I've installed the 7 digit file but haven't tested it yet. Thanks.


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    Used the 8 digit file Allan


 

 

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