Discuss [Solution] International/local caller ID matching at the iPhone "2G" (Rev. 1) - Hackint0sh.org; Originally Posted by kevin15m2002
Could you give me a hand on the Hong ...
As Tim has already explained, the FORMATING is not the issue. Formating is visual, so spaces, "-", "()" '" are all removed for decomposing and matching.
Originally Posted by kevin15m2002
So + (212) 222-3333 is the same as +12122223333.
Anything that is not a "+", a number, "#" and "*" is removed before the decomposing
Now from your posting, if that's the only format you receive:
hk 852 001 - 0 8
hk 852 009 - 0 8
hk 852 0080 - 0 8
Assuming all numbers are 8 digits. The 3 lines are for the 3 providers of international calls, per: http://www.kropla.com/dialcode.htm
aviegas, help please
Originally Posted by andrei_sh
For the Ukraine I found this
IDD: 8**10 ( written as 8~10)
Number length: 7 from your post
You have a wierd IDD (8~10) so not sure how it would work
This IDD is used when calling from landlines only, from mobile is 00. I used this format but still have trouble. When people call me from ukraine, their phonenumbers are seen as 8(xxx)xxxxxxx, but in my phone book they are stored as +380xxxxxxxxx.
Originally Posted by kultschar
I'm trying to prevent my iPhone sms/phone from crashing when I visit Jamaica using Digicel cellphone provider.
Im been reading this thread for the past several hours, and think I have a understanding of how this work. I have extracted the
PhoneNumberTemplate.txt from AppSupport with pntdeit i386.
I don't want to edit the AppSupport wrongly and prevent my 1.1.2 iPhone from booting, so I just want to confirm something. This is what I've gather so far
From this http://www.kropla.com/dialcode.htm I found out that Jamaica area code =
Jamaica +1-876* 011 1
I assume that I need to edit AppSupport to look like this
ja 876 020 1 3 7 =Digicel
ja 876 005 1 3 7 = C&W
ja 876 180 1 3 7 = C&W
Would this work? Thanks in Advance
Last edited by kalonji; 11-23-2007 at 05:19 PM.
I did it
Here is the file if any comrades need it
I think you should use just
Originally Posted by kalonji
ja 876 011 1 3 7
but wait for aviegas to confirm it.
Last edited by kalonji; 11-23-2007 at 06:30 PM.
Originally Posted by kalonji
The standard is
[ISO Code] [country Code] [IDD=Internacional Direct Dial] [NDD=National direct Dial] [Area Code] [Phone number]
For example, here in Venezuela is
ve 58 00 0 3 7
as the numbers are +58 412 1234567, being 58 the Country code, 00 the IDD, 0 de NDD, 412 the Area Code and 1234567 the phone number.
Last edited by timschuerewegen; 11-23-2007 at 11:33 PM.
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