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Discuss [Solution] International/local caller ID matching at the iPhone "2G" (Rev. 1) - Hackint0sh.org; Originally Posted by kevin15m2002 Hi aviegas, Could you give me a hand on the Hong ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by kevin15m2002 View Post
    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!
    As Tim has already explained, the FORMATING is not the issue. Formating is visual, so spaces, "-", "()" '[]" are all removed for decomposing and matching.

    So +[1] (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


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    Quote Originally Posted by andrei_sh View Post
    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?
    aviegas, help please

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    For the Ukraine I found this

    INT:380
    IDD: 8**10 ( written as 8~10)
    NDD: 8
    Area: 2
    Number length: 7 from your post


    You have a wierd IDD (8~10) so not sure how it would work

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    Quote Originally Posted by kultschar View Post
    For the Ukraine I found this

    INT:380
    IDD: 8**10 ( written as 8~10)
    NDD: 8
    Area: 2
    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.

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    Hello
    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
    e.g.
    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 04:19 PM.


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    I did it
    Here is the file if any comrades need it

    http://r*p*dsh*r*.com/files/71731932/AppSupport

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    Quote Originally Posted by kalonji View Post
    Hello
    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
    e.g.
    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
    I think you should use just
    ja 876 011 1 3 7

    but wait for aviegas to confirm it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by locklin View Post
    I think you should use just
    ja 876 011 1 3 7

    but wait for aviegas to confirm it.
    You could be correct, cause Jamaica is Part of North American Numbering Plan -- Country Code +1

    But I think the ja 876 (mnc) 1 3 7 mcn identify the provider, if I read correctly. that's why I put the (020) (005) (180) .


    I just want to be 100% sure, hopefully Jamaican will get added to the iWorld application for iPhone. I visit there a lot but hate using a cheap nokia phone when I have my nice iPhone.
    Last edited by kalonji; 11-23-2007 at 05:30 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kalonji View Post
    You could be correct, cause Jamaica is Part of North American Numbering Plan -- Country Code +1

    But I think the ja 876 (mnc) 1 3 7 mcn identify the provider, if I read correctly. that's why I put the (020) (005) (180) .


    I just want to be 100% sure, hopefully Jamaican will get added to the iWorld application for iPhone. I visit there a lot but hate using a cheap nokia phone when I have my nice iPhone.
    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.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kalonji View Post
    But I think the ja 876 (mnc) 1 3 7 mcn identify the provider, if I read correctly. that's why I put the (020) (005) (180) .
    For Jamaica ...

    1. Is your country code "1"? If the answer is yes then go to step 2, else go to step 3.
    2. Do you use prefix "1" when dialling a local number? If the answer if yes then use "jm 1 011 1 3 7", else use "jm 1 011 - 3 7".
    3. Is your country code "1876"? If the answer is yes then go to step 4, else go to step 5.
    4. Do you use prefix "1" when dialling a local number? If the answer is yes then use "jm 1876 011 1 0 7", else use "jm 1876 011 - 0 7".
    5. Go to step 1
    Last edited by timschuerewegen; 11-23-2007 at 10:33 PM.


 

 

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