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    Quote Originally Posted by iphone sim free dream View Post
    Man your a KING. Thanks a lot.

    Now I did all and the phone + sms work, but called ID do not. How do I modify the strings, I took out all JP thing.

    I live in Sweden

    +46 31 xxx xxxx International (home)
    +46 70 xxxx xx x International (Mobile)
    031 xxx xxxx Home land
    070 xxxx xx x Mobile

    and put this

    se 46 00 0 1 9
    se 46 00 0 2 8
    se 46 00 0 3 7
    se 46 00 0 4 6
    se 46 00 0 5 5

    is it correct, if yes, how do I re install it to the appsupport ?! do I run all the commands again from beginning??!!
    From the table in http://www.kropla.com/dialcode.htm we can see that

    your lines start with:

    se 46 00 0

    And that ok. What are the 31 and 70. Do you have area codes in Sweden?


    I will assume the following:

    1) ISO CC = se
    2) IDD = 00
    3) NDD = 0
    4) Area codes: 2 digits (only 31 land and 70 cell)
    5) Phone numbers with 7 digits (the way you present them does not matter)

    This mean a single line:

    se 46 00 0 2 7

    IF THIS IS CORRECT, THEN


    What you do:

    - Start from scratch: with a stock version of AppSupport.

    - When you edit the table, remove let's say China (cn) or Japan (jp). Remove all lines for the selected country.

    - Add the Sweden line at the end

    - Now, patch the file

    - Replace it again

    It should work now

    EDIT: I've just learned that it is much more complex than that in Sweden. There are 2, 3 and 4 digits area codes. But what happen to the telefone number after that?

    Do they also vary in the number of digits?

    Fixed size:

    se 46 00 0 2 7
    se 46 00 0 3 7
    se 46 00 0 4 7

    or vary according to NDD prefix lenght:


    se 46 00 0 2 7
    se 46 00 0 3 6
    se 46 00 0 4 5


    I do not know. This is just supposition.
    Last edited by aviegas; 11-19-2007 at 02:06 AM.


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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
    Hey aviegas, i dont undestand your patch to recognise numbers on dialpad without NDD code.

    my phone with just country table edited to brasil, works with just the local number entered without NDD.

    could you explain abit more? what exactly are the situations that this occur?

    cheers,

    cRACKn

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    i wanna read my current appSupport inorder to be prepered for the 1.1.2
    but when i try to read it i get :

    H:\x86>dir
    Volume in drive H is Users
    Volume Serial Number is CA3A-4B49

    Directory of H:\x86

    11/19/2007 03:23 AM <DIR> .
    11/19/2007 03:23 AM <DIR> ..
    09/20/2007 03:38 AM 76,744 AppSupport
    11/18/2007 08:08 PM 9,728 pntedit.exe
    2 File(s) 86,472 bytes
    2 Dir(s) 199,590,338,560 bytes free

    H:\x86>pntedit.exe read AppSupport PhoneNumberTemplates.txt
    AppSupport PhoneNumber Template Editor - Build 3

    File "AppSupport" is not valid

    Finished

    H:\x86>
    iPhone 1.1.1 - 8GB
    Calls In/Out: YES
    SMS In/Out: YES
    Edge : YES
    YouTube :YES

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    you are probably using appsupport version 1.1.1

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    yes,
    cant i read it ?
    i wanna see what defined there for my country.
    iPhone 1.1.1 - 8GB
    Calls In/Out: YES
    SMS In/Out: YES
    Edge : YES
    YouTube :YES


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    Quote Originally Posted by aviegas View Post
    Note that

    in 91 00 - 0 10

    is different from

    in 91 00 0 0 10

    The later allow for 1234512345 and 01234512345, while the former allows only for 1234512345

    So pick carefully.
    I chose that because in order to call long distance between two cellphones registered in two different telecom circles within the country, one needs to either prefix '0' before the celphone no. or prefix it with (+91). 91 is the country code.

    That was the reason I added '0' instead of '-'. Does this make sense?

    *

    Also, does this solve the issue of receiving SMS from alphanumeric servers?

    In FW 1.1.1 the text messages from alphanumeric senders were all gibberish. Most of the banks in the country send text messages from these kind of servers. Does this Appframework thingy solve this issue?

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    Hey guys i hope you can help me...i live in dominican republic...and what i understood is tat i may take the us code...and use it for domician republic because they are the same!
    Now...how can i create a plsit for ORANGE DOMINICANA???
    THX

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    Any help would be appreciated... Been confused with all the number worst of all I'm not that unIT person so feel like the dumbest person on earth at the moment.

    Anyway live in Indonesia and trying to complete my 112 unlocked.

    Got the pnedit working and extract the files. Now what?

    BTW Indonesia have 5 GSM provider. 3 GSM provider used it everytime depending on the availability of the signal.

    The question is how or what should I edit? Could someone show me how? Could I put all three into it?

    OK.. here is Indonesian code

    +62 21 xxxx xxxx for landline (Intenational)
    +62 817 xxxx xxxx for XL
    +62 855 xxxx xxxx for Matrix (Indosat)
    +62 811 xxxx xxxx for telkomsel (Telkomsel)

    Thanks in advance..

    regards,

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    Quote Originally Posted by KingRichard View Post
    +62 21 xxxx xxxx for landline (Intenational)
    +62 817 xxxx xxxx for XL
    +62 855 xxxx xxxx for Matrix (Indosat)
    +62 811 xxxx xxxx for telkomsel (Telkomsel)
    According to http://www.wtng.info/wtng-62-id.html (without "Pager" and "various special services") you need

    For "+62 x xxxxxxxx" and "+62 xx xxxxxxx" use

    id 62 001 0 1 8
    id 62 001 0 2 7

    For "+62 x xxxxxxxxx" and "+62 xx xxxxxxxx" and "+62 xxx xxxxxxx" use

    id 62 001 0 1 9
    id 62 001 0 2 8
    id 62 001 0 3 7

    For "+62 x xxxxxxxxxx" and "+62 xx xxxxxxxxx" and "+62 xxx xxxxxxxx" use

    id 62 001 0 1 10
    id 62 001 0 2 9
    id 62 001 0 3 8

    For "+62 xx xxxxxxxxxx" and "+62 xxx xxxxxxxxx" use

    id 62 001 0 2 10
    id 62 001 0 3 9

    For "+62 xxxx xxxxxxxxx" use

    id 62 001 0 4 9

    For "+62 xxxx xxxxxxxxxx" use

    id 62 001 0 4 10

    The order in which you put them is very important. If you use the order in which I have posted them, everything should be ok.

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    Thanks Tim for the update.. Now in order for me to have it work..So I need to delete the rest of country and replace it with mine right? Cause the limit are still 32 line right?

    Again thanks bro

    Based on white paper I read Indonesia should have this in order. Please correct me.

    id 62 001 0 1 9
    id 62 001 0 2 8

    id 62 001 0 1 10
    id 62 001 0 2 9
    id 62 001 0 3 8

    id 62 001 0 2 10
    id 62 001 0 3 9

    id 62 001 0 3 10

    id 62 001 0 4 10

    Is this right.. thanks a lot Tim...
    Last edited by KingRichard; 11-19-2007 at 08:47 AM.


 

 

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