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    Why is -8 version working in Argentina? According to the explanation posted originally I think we should use the -10 version.

    For example:
    The international number for calling a cellphone are
    +54 9 351 1234567
    or
    +54 9 11 12345678

    Removing +549 from the above, we get 10 digits

    Local calls:
    0351 1234567
    or
    011 12345678

    Removing 0 from above, we get again 10 digits...

    Am I wrong? Thanks,


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    [edit] incorrect info
    Last edited by peu; 01-11-2008 at 10:47 PM.

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    [edit] incorrect info
    Last edited by peu; 01-11-2008 at 10:46 PM.

    5>evaders>JB 6.12
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    4>Limera1n B1>4.3.2>IOS5 GM>redsnow>JB 5.0
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    In this new version of "pntedit" the 8 different countries limit has been removed.

    http://www.sendspace.com/file/4p9edj

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    whats the new limit?

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    Quote Originally Posted by aviegas View Post
    Are all telephones in India 8 digits? Are all area code 2 digits?
    I need a little help here. I am clueless as what to do?

    Will replacing 'fr 33' with 'in 91' atleast stop the crashing of mobile and sms apps?

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    Quote Originally Posted by peu View Post
    whats the new limit?
    I will say it will depend on the size of the entries, so keep adding until it's full. Like before I guess it will barf when full.

    If I recall correctly, it should still be limited to 32 entries though. Am I correct?

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    Quote Originally Posted by d00by View Post
    area code can range from 2-4 digits.

    according to this site telephones in india range from 6-8 digit. Metropolitan areas landline nos. are 8 digits. Other cities/areas can range from 6-7 digits.

    *

    So, Landline nos. range from 6-8 digits.
    Mobile nos. range are 10 digits plus the country code.

    iso code for india is 'IN'

    http://www.iso.org/iso/english_count...ode_elements#i..

    country code - +91
    IDD - 00
    NDD - 0

    The Mobile nos. would be in one format of 10 digits plus country code

    +91 1234567890

    The thing gets complicated when one starts to consider other services like emergency services, paging services, voicemail services, toll-free services.

    Here is the full pdf file of the numbering plan. It made my head spin.



    Also, does this bit affect landline nos. for adjoining areas?



    i.e. If a suburb near delhi has an area code of '120' and the landline no. is '1234567', then that landline number can be called from new delhi by using this format

    95-120-1234567

    This same no. can be accessed by using this format +91-120-1234567.
    And I thought the Brazilian numbering schme was complex..... oh boy.

    It's impossible for someone out of the local context to really understand your numbering scheme. The PDF document is way too complex. I thought I've seen numbering schemes that were hard to understand, but this one.... whoow!

    Try to enlist the help of anyone that can make a decent summary of it, and them we may be able to help. Otherwise, it's too hard to grasp all the nuances involved.

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    Quote Originally Posted by d00by View Post
    I need a little help here. I am clueless as what to do?

    Will replacing 'fr 33' with 'in 91' atleast stop the crashing of mobile and sms apps?
    Yes, if you patch the area starting at 0xA0A0 and replace fr 33 with in 91 it will allow your phone to work, but callerid matching will not work (or may, who knows!)

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    Quote Originally Posted by peu View Post
    I just patched the AppSupport provided by Aviegas (thanks!) for Argentina using this table:

    ar 54 00 0 2 8
    ar 54 00 0 3 7
    ar 54 00 0 4 6
    ar 54 00 0 5 5

    I replaced the Italy entries and created the patched file for Argentina, I didn't tested it because Im still on 1.1.1 but maybe someone can and report.

    http://r_apidshare.com/files/7062404...y.PEU.zip.html

    Good Luck
    It is consistent with what you posted.


 

 

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