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    Default Mexico Up! Thanks a lot.......

    Hello my friends, thanks very much for you true important information. I Finally made mi iphone work perfect with a little change. I Live in Mexico and I Just replace The Line Of the country uk with this one...

    mx 52 00 01 3 7

    and all works perfect.... thanks again.


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    This works great for me on Vodafone New Zealand:

    nz 64 00 0 1 7
    nz 64 00 0 2 6
    nz 64 00 0 2 7
    nz 64 00 0 3 6
    nz 64 00 0 3 7

    I just replaced 5 of the existing entries.

    Thanks so much timschuerewegen!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by crackn View Post
    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
    Ok, here it goes:

    There are countries where a LOCAL number can be dialed in two formats:

    - Just the number, like 12341234
    - As in a long distance, like NDD+Area Code+Local Number

    The carrier will strip unnecessary NDD+Area Code

    Examples are Brazil and US, and other may have this nice feature/service.

    Why is it a feature? Because it's specially very nice for those who travel and have contacts entries for people in different cities. Then all numbers can be entered as long distance, so you can use your contacts to call from anywhere.

    This is common on large countries, with several areas codes, where local numbers are already 7 or 8 digits.

    Apple has 2 matching "styles". The "strict" way, that required a full matching and the "loose" way, that allows a number without Area_Code to match one with area code. The "Recent Calls" list uses the loose one, while the dialpad uses the "strict" one.

    So, you dial 12341234 in the dialpad and you see no match. After the call you look at the "Recent Calls" and you see "Joe Doe". Why, because you have Joe's entry as 033-12341234.

    So the extra patch is to make the dialpad use a "loose" matching style.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chura View Post
    yes,
    cant i read it ?
    i wanna see what defined there for my country.
    The 1.1.1 version uses a hard coded algorithm that is valid for the US only, so there is no "I want to see what was defined there for my country". Previous callerid patch where based on the x-rightmost digits approach, but that is too complex now to implement due to all the new rules and routines involved.

    These CallerId rules are new for 1.1.2 and that's the way to do it. Besides, once the rules are properly identified for a country, it's way much more reliable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by d00by View Post
    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?

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    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?
    If the 0 is optional, the use the one with it instead of the one with "-".

    As for the bad SMS problems, it's said that the new baseband fixes the non-numeric SMS problem, as well as the garbled SMS text one introduced in 1.1.1


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    Quote Originally Posted by SCoUT80 View Post
    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
    All countries that use the US phone numbering style, formaly known as North American Numbering Plan (NANP) just have to copy US or Canada entry and change the ISO Contry code and Telephone Country Code.

    Do not forget to drop one of the other countries, as you are limited to 32 entries in the file.

    The countries/territories that use NANP are:

    US, Canada, Anguilla, Antigua and Barbuda, Bahamas, Barbados, Bermuda, British Virgin Islands, Cayman Islands, Dominica, Dominican Republic, Grenada, Jamaica, Montserrat, Saint Kitts and Nevis, Saint Lucia, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, Trinidad and Tobago, Turks and Caicos Islands, Guam, Northern Mariana Islands, Puerto Rico, U.S. Virgin Islands, and American Samoa

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    Hey there. I am still running on 1.0.2 and need the 7 digit AppSupport. I have gone to the links but the file is not there anymore.. How can I find this file?

    Thanks a mill

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    Quote Originally Posted by timschuerewegen View Post
    Can anyone confirm if the following Belgian phonenumber template entries are correct?

    If "00 32 3 646 89 53" (int.) and "03 646 89 53" (loc.) should be equal --> "be 32 00 0 1 7"
    If "00 32 485 28 95 34" (int.) and "0485 28 95 34" (loc.) should be equal --> "be 32 00 0 3 6"
    Tim

    for Belgium

    be 32 00 0 1 7 (Antwerpen, Brussel, Gent)
    be 32 00 0 2 6 (andere kleinere zones)
    be 32 00 0 3 6 (mobile operatoren)

    these are working perfect for me ...
    Last edited by patvg; 11-19-2007 at 12:56 PM.

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    Does anyone have the 1.1.1 8 digits appsupport from the dev team website? Cynix.org is no longer allowing people to download from PCs... the link here no longer works for downloading. you will be directed to another page saying you need to add a source into the iphone.

    My iphone is in endless loop now because I used the 1.0.2 file on an 1.1.1. Crap.

    would someone be kind enough to send me the file? evangelxx@gmail.com
    Before : 1.0.2 unlocked, jailbroken.
    11.19.2007 : 1.1.1 unlocked, jailbroken.

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    For those who wants it, I found it here:

    http://doh.ch/iphone-111/

    But it is for 9 digits.
    Before : 1.0.2 unlocked, jailbroken.
    11.19.2007 : 1.1.1 unlocked, jailbroken.

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