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Discuss [Solution] International/local caller ID matching at the iPhone "2G" (Rev. 1) - Hackint0sh.org; Originally Posted by aviegas Here is a version with Tim's full patch (codes and local ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by aviegas View Post
    Here is a version with Tim's full patch (codes and local numbers) for Brazil.

    http://**********.com/files/70558351...1.1.2.zip.html

    EDIT: The ***** above is that "fast" file "sharing" site
    Tim and aviegas, have to say it again: Excellent job!

    Few times i've seen that fine tuned team work, happing live in the forums to solve such a nasty bug like this.

    tim, i'm sure this app can be extended to solve a lot of other problems/details. keep up the good work.

    congrats and thanks!!


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    Quote Originally Posted by aviegas View Post
    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?
    That's a double "yes".

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    Quote Originally Posted by aviegas View Post
    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!)
    I am considering puting these values


    Code:
    in 91 00 0 2 8
    in 91 00 0 3 7
    in 91 00 0 4 6
    These should cover the landline nos. I chose those values as area code varies from 2-4 digits and subscriber no. varies from 6-8 respectvely.

    Any idea what kind of entry needs to be made for cell phone nos.? They are all 10 digits. i.e. (+91) 1234567890. 91 is country code.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aviegas View Post
    1) You must run those commands from a command prompt (Windows) or a shell/terminal (Mac OS X).

    2) Create a folder on your desktop, name it "patcher" and put the pnedit executable for your platform in this folder as well as the stock copy of AppSupport.

    3) Open a "command prompt" (windows) or a "terminal" (Mac OS X) and type

    "cd Desktop/patcher"

    4) Dump the original table

    Win: pnedit read AppSupport PhoneNumberTemplates.txt
    Mac: ./pnedit read AppSupport PhoneNumberTemplates.txt

    5) Edit your table with Notepad (Win) or TextEdit (Mac OS X) - or your favorite TXT file editor (do not use a wordprocessor like MS Word or Pages). Make the necessary changes in the file.

    Each line of the file contains 6 elements:

    - ISO Country Code (2 letter, lowercase)
    - International Telephony Country Code
    - IDD Prefix (International Direct Dialing)
    - NDD Prefix (National Direct Dialing)
    - Area code length (in digits)
    - Local telephone lnumber ength (in digits)

    Current limitation: 8 countries and 32 entries

    For information on your country's Telephony code, IDD and NDD, check:
    http://www.kropla.com/dialcode.htm

    For information of the ISO
    http://www.iso.org/iso/english_count..._code_elements


    6) Create a patched version of AppSupport

    Win: pntedit write AppSupport PhoneNumberTemplates.txt AppSupport.Patched
    Mac: ./pntedit write AppSupport PhoneNumberTemplates.txt AppSupport.Patched

    7) Move the newly patched AppSupport.Patched file to your iPhone using your favorite method (SFTP, SCP, etc)

    /System/Library/Frameworks/AppSupport.Framework/AppSupport

    8) Reboot your iPhone
    Man thanks a lot for such a guide but I am a dummy in these things and I am stuck at instruction (4)

    What do you mean by #Dump the original table" ?!

    Please if you can explain the whole process with much much details for dummies It would be by far appreciate it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by d00by View Post
    I am considering puting these values


    Code:
    in 91 00 0 2 8
    in 91 00 0 3 7
    in 91 00 0 4 6
    These should cover the landline nos. I chose those values as area code varies from 2-4 digits and subscriber no. varies from 6-8 respectvely.

    Any idea what kind of entry needs to be made for cell phone nos.? They are all 10 digits. i.e. (+91) 1234567890. 91 is country code.
    in 91 00 - 0 10

    should cover the 10 digit cellphone with no area code.


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    Quote Originally Posted by iphone sim free dream View Post
    Man thanks a lot for such a guide but I am a dummy in these things and I am stuck at instruction (4)

    What do you mean by #Dump the original table" ?!

    Please if you can explain the whole process with much much details for dummies It would be by far appreciate it.
    Extract the original callerid matching rules table that is stored inside the AppSupport. This creates a starting point for one to work with.

    Is that clear enough?

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    Quote Originally Posted by aviegas View Post
    in 91 00 - 0 10

    should cover the 10 digit cellphone with no area code.
    I used the following in place of italy

    in 91 00 0 2 8
    in 91 00 0 3 7
    in 91 00 0 4 6
    in 91 00 0 0 10
    The last one is for cellphones.

    This has atleast stopped the phone app from crashing.

    How do I test if my caller id matching is working or not??

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    Quote Originally Posted by d00by View Post
    How do I test if my caller id matching is working or not??
    Go to Phone -> Keypad and type in a phone number. If that number is assigned to someone in your address book then that contact's name will appear just below the phone number. You can also run "./Framework AppSupport CPPhoneNumbersEqualStrict <PhoneNumber 1> <PhoneNumber 2>" on your iPhone and see if it returns 0 (not equal) or 1 (equal).

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    Quote Originally Posted by aviegas View Post
    Extract the original callerid matching rules table that is stored inside the AppSupport. This creates a starting point for one to work with.

    Is that clear enough?
    And how do I do that ?!

    Man, please explain the whole thing, I am at MOBILE + SMS crashing point, with no idea about the way to change AppSupport, I sftp to my iphone and downloaded this AppSupport file to my intelmac, tried to open it with 4 different hex programs, and all I see is thousands of numbers in a very long table, and from there I am totally lost. I read from page 23 of this thread till this post, but just could not figure it out.

    You are the man, and you can explain it to those who cannot use their iPhones right now.

    Please explain with step by step guide from THe carshing problem to fully functional iphone, PLEASE.

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    Quote Originally Posted by iphone sim free dream View Post
    downloaded this AppSupport file to my intelmac, tried to open it with 4 different hex programs, and all I see is thousands of numbers in a very long table, and from there I am totally lost. I read from page 23 of this thread till this post, but just could not figure it out.
    Instead of using a hex-editor start the Terminal app and patch AppSupport with "pntedit".


 

 

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