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Discuss [Solution] International/local caller ID matching at the iPhone "2G" (Rev. 1) - Hackint0sh.org; Originally Posted by cynix Are you saying your local format is 91234567 while international format ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by cynix View Post
    Are you saying your local format is 91234567 while international format is +351 1234567 (drop the leading 9)? But even if this is the case it should work because the last 7 digits stay the same...
    Local number for mobiles: 9* *******
    Local number for landlines: 2********
    International format: +351 *********

    after +351 you dial the number you want, being that a mobile or fixed number.

    Txs for any help.
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    Last edited by vcasqu; 09-22-2007 at 10:59 AM.


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    My phone keeps crashing on restart! I end up with endless reboot.

    I replace the AppSupport file with the new one.

    I also rename the new one from AppSupport-8..... to AppSupport.

    What am I doing wrong?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sam1919 View Post
    My phone keeps crashing on restart! I end up with endless reboot.

    I replace the AppSupport file with the new one.

    I also rename the new one from AppSupport-8..... to AppSupport.

    What am I doing wrong?
    You have to extract AppSuport from AppSupport-8.tar.gz using Winrar (if your a windows user) and replace the original with extracted file.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vger View Post
    You have to extract AppSuport from AppSupport-8.tar.gz using Winrar (if your a windows user) and replace the original with extracted file.
    Thanks mate!

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    Quote Originally Posted by acmcj View Post
    hi... i want to try this but have a stupid questions...

    in australia....

    mobile numbers are

    0412 345 678 - 10 digits for local numbers or
    +61 412 345 678 - 11 digits for international format (not including the + symbol)
    i.e. for international format, the 0 is replaced by +61

    for local numbers...

    02 9123 4567 - 10 digist for local numbers or
    +61 2 9123 4567 - 11 digist for international format...
    i.e. for international format, the 0 is placed by +61

    either way, the last 9 numbers seem to be the key, so would't we (for australia) need a file that does the matching based on teh last 9 numbers? not 8 or 7... otherwise, if you use the last 8 numbers, then it won't look at the area code and if you have two identical numbers from two diferent area codes, you could have a mismatch? I know the odds are remote but in the interests of doing the matching correctly?!?!?

    Thoughts anyone?
    When you receive a local voice call, the caller ID comes without area code, so the maximum number of digits you can use is 8. If you use 9, local calls won't work anymore, only mobiles will.


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    worked in malaysia as well

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    hi cynix... here, at least using a vodafone sim card, local calls come up WITH the area code... so I get 02 9123 4567 - so 10 digits...

    that's why I am saying that a 9 digit hack is needed... so that you always pickup either the 2 (for Sydney) or 7 (for Brisbane) etc

    and the same for mobile numbers...

    0414 123 456 - means the hack is checking against 414 123 456...

    in both cases, the 0 is the disregarded number...

    which means whether you have numbers in your phonebook as (02) 9123 4567 or as +61 2 9123 4567, the hack will work correctly with the last nine numbers...

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    Thank you!

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    Quote Originally Posted by acmcj View Post
    hi cynix... here, at least using a vodafone sim card, local calls come up WITH the area code... so I get 02 9123 4567 - so 10 digits...

    that's why I am saying that a 9 digit hack is needed... so that you always pickup either the 2 (for Sydney) or 7 (for Brisbane) etc

    and the same for mobile numbers...

    0414 123 456 - means the hack is checking against 414 123 456...

    in both cases, the 0 is the disregarded number...

    which means whether you have numbers in your phonebook as (02) 9123 4567 or as +61 2 9123 4567, the hack will work correctly with the last nine numbers...
    Oh well maybe I haven't got any local calls for too long I've forgotten what it's like :p

    I will update my original post with links to all 3 variations.

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    Yeah! Works well in Germany. Great solution. Thanks!
    Took 5 minutes: Independece for Jailbreak, installing SSH, running the SFTP Client CyberDuck. Donīt forget to remove SSH to save battery life. Send back to jail. And indeed all recent calls now show their real name as well.
    PS.: I took the file for 8 digits


 

 

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