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Discuss [Solution] International/local caller ID matching at the iPhone "2G" (Rev. 1) - Hackint0sh.org; Well... Originally Posted by aviegas From what I can tell, it seems that the iPhone ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by aviegas View Post
    From what I can tell, it seems that the iPhone algorithm will not be able to decompose:

    +54911XXXXXXXX
    Good for Apple then, it is hard to undestand that the cheapest Motorola is able to handle this and the iPhone just cannot do it.

    Hopefully apple will revise this design decision in the future...

    Until then it looks like I will have to "upgrade" my 1.1.2 to 1.1.1

    Tnx for all


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    Quote Originally Posted by fer_re View Post
    Well...



    Good for Apple then, it is hard to undestand that the cheapest Motorola is able to handle this and the iPhone just cannot do it.

    Hopefully apple will revise this design decision in the future...

    Until then it looks like I will have to "upgrade" my 1.1.2 to 1.1.1

    Tnx for all
    All other phones do the simple thing: x-rightmost digits match. Will always match, but can easily match the wrong entry if there are 2 phones with the same "x digits on the right". This is the standard approach uses by other cell phone manufacturers. Simple, easy to implement and seems to please the users.

    Apple on the contrary went to great lengths to create a complex algorithm that in theory is 100% in accordance to the international standards. Even the odd dialing with the area code for local numbers is ok.

    But I have to confess that I've never seem the format you are reporting. Typically, international numers are:

    "+" + "country code" + "area code" + "local number"
    ou
    "IDD" + "country code" + "area code" + "local numer"

    I've never seem "+" + "country code" + "NDD" + "area code" + "local number"

    So, the only solution for this case is a x-rightmost matching.

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    Hello!
    Can someone help me please? I tried to chang the AppSupport by myself but it didn't work.
    Im from Ukraine, and here the phone numbers are +380 50 8000097, or if you call locally 8 050 8000097. Some of my numbers are stored in international format, and when someone (of these numbers) calls me, they are seen as 8 050 ........, thus they are not matched to the contact.
    Please help

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    Aviegas,

    No, "9" is not the NDD. The "911" is the area code for cell phones in the area "11" when called from outside Argentina...it is an identifier. The problem, as far as I can understand is that locally the caller-id is presented like "011", the same as land lines.

    Regards!

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    Quote Originally Posted by fer_re View Post
    Aviegas,

    No, "9" is not the NDD. The "911" is the area code for cell phones in the area "11" when called from outside Argentina...it is an identifier. The problem, as far as I can understand is that locally the caller-id is presented like "011", the same as land lines.

    Regards!
    So please post a description of each format you have, in terms of Country Code, IDD, NDD, Area Code and Nuimber, like:

    Format #1: +12128887777
    Country=1
    IDD =
    NDD =
    Area Code=212
    Number=888-7777

    Format #2: 12128887777
    Country=
    IDD=
    NDD=1
    Area Code=212
    Number=888=7777

    This is a typical example of the "+" changing the decomposition of the number.

    So please, tell us your formats, add for each one add the "use", that is:

    a) Dialing (that also imply storage, because you want to dial from the phone book)
    b) CallerID

    That will help a lot


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    Quote Originally Posted by aviegas View Post
    ve 58 00 0 3 7

    Seems to be correct from your description.

    Follow the instructions here:

    http://www.hackint0sh.org/forum/show...&postcount=354


    Also, since you can dial with or without the area code (and you add the area code to the contacts) then you need the "extra" patch:

    At offset 0x2DE8 in the AppSupport file change "3F 10 DD E5" into "01 10 A0 E3"

    You will need to apply this patch manually after replacing the matching table.
    aviegas,

    Thanks a lot!!!

    Worked like a charm...

    Quote Originally Posted by aviegas View Post
    And yes, it will work for your girlfriend and boss.
    I can even skip my boss' calls ;-)
    Last edited by locklin; 11-23-2007 at 03:29 AM.

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    Sure Aviegas!

    These are the three main cases that I face.

    #1 vs. #3 correctly matched
    #2 vs. #3 cannot make it work!!!!!!

    Format #1: + 54 11 XXXX YYYY
    Country= 54
    IDD =
    NDD =
    Area Code= 11
    Number= XXXX YYYY
    Use = Dialing (land line)

    Format #2: + 54 9 11 XXXX YYYY
    Country= 54
    IDD =
    NDD =
    Area Code= 911 (Cellular prefix when calling from outside arg. + Area Code)
    Number= XXXX YYYY
    Use = Dialing

    Format #3 : 011 XXXX YYYY
    Country =
    IDD =
    NDD = 0
    Area Code = 11
    Number = XXXX YYYY
    Use = Receive (Caller ID)

    Thank you very much for your help!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by fer_re View Post
    Sure Aviegas!

    These are the three main cases that I face.

    #1 vs. #3 correctly matched
    #2 vs. #3 cannot make it work!!!!!!

    Format #1: + 54 11 XXXX YYYY
    Country= 54
    IDD =
    NDD =
    Area Code= 11
    Number= XXXX YYYY
    Use = Dialing (land line)

    Format #2: + 54 9 11 XXXX YYYY
    Country= 54
    IDD =
    NDD =
    Area Code= 911 (Cellular prefix when calling from outside arg. + Area Code)
    Number= XXXX YYYY
    Use = Dialing

    Format #3 : 011 XXXX YYYY
    Country =
    IDD =
    NDD = 0
    Area Code = 11
    Number = XXXX YYYY
    Use = Receive (Caller ID)

    Thank you very much for your help!!!
    The "correct" way to decompose your numbers is:

    ar 54 00 0 2 8
    ar 54 00 0 3 8

    But that will never match for your as one case will have area code 911 and other 11.


    You could try:

    ar 54 00 0 2 8
    ar 54 00 9 2 8

    But my bet is that it will not decompose +54911XXXXXXXX correctly.

    The problem is that +54911XXXXXXX violates the rule for numbers starting with "+". If it starts like that, there is NO NDD, so there is no way the decompose will get rid of the "9", and the numbers will NEVER match.

    Sorry, I can't see a way for it to work in this case.

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    Can someone please help me, tried to arrange something myself but wasn't succesful.

    Format #1: +380508887777
    Country=380
    IDD = 00
    NDD = 8
    Area Code= 50
    Number=8887777

    Format #2: 80508887777
    Country=
    IDD=
    NDD=8
    Area Code=050
    Number=8887777

    Any ideas?

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    Hi aviegas,

    Could you give me a hand on the Hong Kong sms problem?

    when we get our sms , it show +852 xxxxxxxx

    There's a space between country code and the number.

    Format : +852 XXXXXXXX
    Country= 852
    IDD =
    NDD =
    Area Code=
    Number= XXXXXXXX

    Thankz alot!


 

 

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