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    The international/local caller ID matching is working good for Belgium with
    be 32 00 0 1 7
    be 32 00 0 2 6
    be 32 00 0 3 6

    Nevertheless when you type a phonenumber in the keypad or when you reveive calls that are not in your contacts they are shown as
    + 32 1 234 5678 instead of +32 12 345678

    Anything to do about it?


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    Quote Originally Posted by aviegas View Post
    Try running:
    Framework AppSupport decompo*******Number <nymber1> au
    Framework AppSupport decompo*******Number <nymber2> au
    Framework AppSupport phoneNumbersEqual <number1> au <number2> au 0
    Framework AppSupport phoneNumbersEqual <number1> au <number2> au 1

    And post your results.
    # ./Framework AppSupport decompo*******Number 0412345678 au
    1,"61","","04","12345678"
    # ./Framework AppSupport decompo*******Number +61412345678 au
    1,"61","","4","12345678"
    # ./Framework AppSupport phoneNumbersEqual 0412345678 au +61412345678 au 0
    0,0
    # ./Framework AppSupport phoneNumbersEqual 0412345678 au +61412345678 au 1
    0,0

    I'm not sure what that indicates, but it looks like it's not matching because it's finding that the area code of 04 is different to the area code of 4 when the 0 is dropped for an internationally formatted number. I really need to find a way to get those two numbers above to match, because we receive SMS based on the international version, but incoming calls based on the 04 version!

    Just to recap, I've so far removed German rules and added these two:
    au 61 0011 0 2 8
    au 61 0011 0 1 8

    Thanks for any advice you can give based on this aviegas!
    Last edited by ricochet; 11-21-2007 at 09:45 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ricochet View Post
    au 61 0011 0 2 8
    au 61 0011 0 1 8
    The order is wrong. First you have to group your entries according to length of area code + subriber number. Then within each group you sort according to area code length. Ordering is always done in ascending order. Your first entry is "group" 10 (2 + 8) and second entry is "group" 9 (1 + 8). If you swap them then the iPhone will correctly decompose your phone numbers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lucky58 View Post
    Nevertheless when you type a phonenumber in the keypad or when you reveive calls that are not in your contacts they are shown as
    + 32 1 234 5678 instead of +32 12 345678
    The formatting of phone numbers can be changed by editing the UIPhoneFormats.plist file. It has nothing to do with phone number matching. Two different things.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jasonn View Post
    Hi!

    What is correct setup for Finland?

    We have the following shema:
    Area Code: 1-2 digits
    Subscriber Number: 4-9 digits (see note below)
    Trunk Prefix: 0
    International Prefix: 00
    Subscriber numbers are mostly 7 digits, although in certain cases the length can be 4 to 9 digits.

    Our contrycode is +358

    Thanks in advance!
    fi 358 00 0 x y

    Replace "x" with area code length and "y" with subscriber number length. Make sure you put your entries in the correct order. The correct order is explained in one of my previous posts.


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    Quote Originally Posted by pspsully View Post
    Im in Ireland, im not in any of the default countries but the number formatting still works perfectly
    Phone number formatting is defined by the templates in the UIPhoneFormats.plist configuration file. Phone number matching is defined in the hardcoded table inside the AppSupport framework file. If you manually hex-edit AppSupport (or use iWorld) then phone number MATCHING will most probably not work but phone number FORMATTING will because Apple added formatting templates for more than just only the "official" countries.

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    Quote Originally Posted by timschuerewegen View Post
    The order is wrong. First you have to group your entries according to length of area code + subriber number. Then within each group you sort according to area code length. Ordering is always done in ascending order. Your first entry is "group" 10 (2 + 8) and second entry is "group" 9 (1 + 8). If you swap them then the iPhone will correctly decompose your phone numbers.
    I didn't even think of that one, I only put the 9(1 + 8) rule in at the end as an afterthought to try to get it to work. I'll rearrange them and get back to you!

    Thanks timshuerewegen

    EDIT: Switched around the order and now it's working flawlessly!
    Last edited by ricochet; 11-21-2007 at 11:55 PM.

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    Hi Aviegas!!!

    Thank you very much for your help!

    Regarding your suggestions here go the results!

    Combination...
    ar 54 00 0 28
    ar 54 00 9 2 8

    ...results in :

    # Framework AppSupport decompo*******Number 01151112222 ar
    1,"54","0","11","51112222"
    # Framework AppSupport decompo*******Number +5491151112222 ar
    0,"","","","5491151112222"

    Combination...

    ar 54 00 0 2 8
    ar 549 00 0 2 8
    ...results in :

    # Framework AppSupport decompo*******Number +5491151112222 ar
    1,"549","","11","51112222"
    # Framework AppSupport decompo*******Number 01151112222 ar
    1,"54","0","11","51112222"
    # Framework AppSupport phoneNumbersEqual +5491151112222 ar 01151112222 ar 0
    0,0

    Finally also tried...

    ar 54 00 0 2 8
    ar 549 00 - 2 8
    ar 54 00 0 3 8
    ar 549 00 - 3 8

    ...resulting in...

    # Framework AppSupport decompo*******Number +5491151112222 ar
    1,"549","","11","51112222"
    # Framework AppSupport decompo*******Number 01151112222 ar
    1,"54","0","11","51112222"
    # Framework AppSupport phoneNumbersEqual +5491151112222 ar 01151112222 ar 0
    0,0
    # Framework AppSupport phoneNumbersEqual +5491151112222 ar 01151112222 ar 1
    0,0

    I'm lost....

    Any other help would be much appreciated!!!!
    Last edited by fer_re; 11-22-2007 at 03:25 AM.

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    Guys,

    Everything is working fine here in Singapore with the 8-digit's AppSupport. Both my incoming Contacts & SMS notification are displaying the caller/sender name now.

    Previously, only the incoming call would displayed the name of the caller. Thank you very much!

    Since I'm on XP, I'm uisng iPhonebrowser 1.4 to do the browsing, backup and replace of AppSupport on my iphone (1.1.1). It works fantasticly well!

    Cheers!

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    Quote Originally Posted by fer_re View Post
    I'm lost....

    Any other help would be much appreciated!!!!

    having 549 as the country code does not work...

    From what I can tell, it seems that the iPhone algorithm will not be able to decompose:

    +54911XXXXXXXX

    Why? Because it violates the whole formation rule:

    It the number starts with a +CC (country code), the after the country code comes the area code WITHOUT the NDD.

    The is a reason for that: to allow sharing of country code, using pseudo area codes. The same sharing sometimes occurs with area codes too, but it will not affect the algorithm.


 

 

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