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    Hi Tim & Aviegas,

    first thanks for you incredible work guys !
    I'm facing a new headache/challenge here in the French West Indies (French overseas territories in the Caribbean : Guadeloupe, Martinique & French Guiana).

    those 3 territories have their own Country Calling Code :
    590 : Guadeloupe
    596 : Martinique
    594 : French Guiana

    However, God knows why, they share a single MCC ID :
    340 -> Guadeloupe -> gp

    So here is the numbering plan with a convenience, we can dial directly by replacing the +59x by a 0 (NDD) :

    Guadeloupe :
    + Intl
    - Landline : +590 590 xx xx xx
    - Mobile : +590 690 xx xx xx
    + National :
    - Landline : 0 590 xx xx xx
    - Mobile : 0 690 xx xx xx

    Martinique
    + Intl
    - Landline : +596 596 xx xx xx
    - Mobile : +596 696 xx xx xx
    + National :
    - Landline : 0 596 xx xx xx
    - Mobile : 0 696 xx xx xx

    French Guiana :
    + Intl :
    - Landline : +594 594 xx xx xx
    - Mobile : +594 694 xx xx xx

    + National :
    - Landline : 0 594 xx xx xx
    - Mobile : 0 694 xx xx xx



    The problem I have with all my address book in local format (0696 123456) :
    - caller id : OK, because my operator sends it with local format
    - SMS received : NOK if coming from Martinique & French Guiana :
    - sender number is in intl format
    - +590 690 xx xx xx is well matched with 0690 xx xx xx in my Address Book
    - +596 596 xx xx xx is not matched with 0696 xx xx xx in my Address Book
    - +594 594 xx xx xx is not matched with 0696 xx xx xx in my Address Book

    I've tried
    gp 590 00 0 1 8

    gp 596 00 0 1 8

    gp 594 90 0 1 8
    also
    gp 590 00 0 3 6

    gp 596 00 0 3 6

    gp 594 90 0 3 6
    and
    gp 590 00 0 0 9

    gp 596 00 0 0 9

    gp 594 90 0 0 9

    Here are some results from FrameWork :
    # ./Framework AppSupport phoneNumbersEqual +590690721558 gp 0690721558 gp 1
    1,1
    # ./Framework AppSupport phoneNumbersEqual +590690721558 gp 0690721558 gp 0
    1,1
    # ./Framework AppSupport decompo*******Number +596696123456 gp
    1,"596","","696","123456"
    # ./Framework AppSupport decompo*******Number 0696123456 gp
    1,"590","0","696","123456"
    # ./Framework AppSupport phoneNumbersEqual +596696721558 gp 0696721558 gp 0
    0,0
    # ./Framework AppSupport phoneNumbersEqual +596696721558 gp 0696721558 gp 1
    0,0

    Seems that 0696 matches with the "gp 590" line, while +596... matches with "gp 596" line. Do you have an idea for a workaround ??
    Should I put a unique line "gp 59 00 0 4 6" (messes up with +591/2/3/..., but hopefully I won't know people there) ?

    Thanks in advance for your help !


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    A few suggestions:

    a) Add the local number matching patch listed at:

    http://iphone.fiveforty.net/wiki/index.php/AppSupport

    (under "Keypad and Area code"). That will cause a loose match under some circunstances.

    Patch is: at offset 0x2DE8 in the AppSupport file change "3F 10 DD E5" into "01 10 A0 E3"

    b) Also, there is single byte patch back in this thread that might do what you want: force the use of loose matching (ignore area code). You need to search.

    c) You may try Tim's X digits simulated approach.

    do:

    gp 590 00 - 0 9
    gp 590 00 - 1 9
    gp 590 00 - 2 9
    gp 590 00 - 3 9
    gp 594 00 - 0 9
    gp 594 00 - 1 9
    gp 594 00 - 2 9
    gp 594 00 - 3 9
    gp 596 00 - 0 9
    gp 596 00 - 1 9
    gp 596 00 - 2 9
    gp 596 00 - 3 9

    And add the Keypad & Area code patch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by psp View Post
    Unfortunately, it still doesnt work. I have tried to modify my contact to use 0121234567 and +60121234567, but still keying 1234567 still doesnt match.
    The template entry "my 60 00 0 2 7" combined with the area code keypad patch should result in a positive match between phone number string "+60 12 1234567" and "1234567", if only it weren't for another Apple design flaw / bug.

    The reason why it doesn't work in your case is because of the template entry "my 60 00 0 1 8". It comes first (which is correct) and due to a design flaw in Apple's phone number decomposing/comparing code it will result in the phone number string "+60 12 1234567" being decomposed into country code "60", area code "1" and subscriber number "21234567" (8 digits) instead of the wanted subscriber number "1234567" (7 digits). The template entry "my 60 00 0 2 7" isn't even reached/used. In other words, to Apple's phone number decomposing code there is no difference between "my 60 00 0 1 8" and "my 60 00 0 2 7" and the first one is used.

    Try without the "my 60 00 0 1 8" template entry and let me know if it changes anything.
    Last edited by timschuerewegen; 12-03-2007 at 08:35 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by timschuerewegen View Post
    The template entry "my 60 00 0 2 7" combined with the area code keypad patch should result in a positive match between phone number string "+60 12 1234567" and "1234567", if only it weren't for another Apple design flaw / bug.

    The reason why it doesn't work in your case is because of the template entry "my 60 00 0 1 8". It comes first (which is correct) and due to a design flaw in Apple's phone number decomposing/comparing code it will result in the phone number string "+60 12 1234567" being decomposed into country code "60", area code "1" and subscriber number "21234567" (8 digits) instead of the wanted subscriber number "1234567" (7 digits). The template entry "my 60 00 0 2 7" isn't even reached/used. In other words, to Apple's phone number decomposing code there is no difference between "my 60 00 0 1 8" and "my 60 00 0 2 7" and the first one is used.

    Try without the "my 60 00 0 1 8" template entry and let me know if it changes anything.
    You are the man, removing or reordering the 2 make it work. Thanks a lot.

    So for Malaysia (+60), the below should cover all combinations.
    my 60 00 0 1 7
    my 60 00 0 2 7
    my 60 00 0 3 6

    Thanks again and great work.

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    I have a problem

    Thanks to the kind people here I have happily fixed my keyboard crash & caller ID probs on 3 phones upgraded to 1.1.2 however...

    I have bought a 1.1.1 iphone for a non techie friend who travels to work innumerous countries worldwide (Aus, NZ, S America, Europe etc) hence I believe it is better for him to stay on 1.1.1 as he changes sims frequently in diff countries.

    Is their a way to fix the caller ID probs for him (earlier in the thread there were fixes for 7, 8 , 9 & 10 numbers however his home country is the Falkland Islands where we only use 5 digits for mobiles and landline calling)

    Any advice, ideas would be much appreciated - I believe sticking to 1.1.1 is important as he randomly visits countries and obviously needs to avoid crashes etc


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    Sorry guys but....is there any solution or any AppSupport working for Argentina, with firmware 1.1.2 ? I reed a lot of comments, but i can't find the solution...is there any solution ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by javierfz View Post
    Sorry guys but....is there any solution or any AppSupport working for Argentina, with firmware 1.1.2 ? I reed a lot of comments, but i can't find the solution...is there any solution ?
    Javier usaste iWorld?
    vivo en Chile y eso me funcionó salvo las llamadas internacionales con las nacionales todo bien.
    Los SMS internacionales no los reconoce bien el AddressBook como si en el 1.1.1, para llamar debo marcar un carrier local 123 058 XXX por ejemplo...en vez que como muchos aqui sólo marcan +58 XXX.

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    Quote Originally Posted by javierfz View Post
    Sorry guys but....is there any solution or any AppSupport working for Argentina, with firmware 1.1.2 ? I reed a lot of comments, but i can't find the solution...is there any solution ?
    If you want to simulate the old "compare last x digits" behaviour (from firmware 1.1.1 and earlier) then read this post.
    Last edited by timschuerewegen; 12-04-2007 at 05:39 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kultschar View Post
    I have bought a 1.1.1 iphone for a non techie friend who travels to work innumerous countries worldwide (Aus, NZ, S America, Europe etc) hence I believe it is better for him to stay on 1.1.1 as he changes sims frequently in diff countries.
    If you fix the bug in AppSupport that makes MobilePhone/SMS crash then you can use any SIM card from/in any country. Look here.

    Quote Originally Posted by kultschar View Post
    Is their a way to fix the caller ID probs for him (earlier in the thread there were fixes for 7, 8 , 9 & 10 numbers however his home country is the Falkland Islands where we only use 5 digits for mobiles and landline calling)
    Yes, update to firmware 1.1.2

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    for "ccontrerasg", si probe, de hecho tengo instalado el iworld (de lo contrario no me andaba el sms y el telefono) pero el problema es que los sms me entran como 54911xxxxyyyy y las llamadas como 11xxxxyyyy .... el iphono no los unifica, asi que por ahora tengo duplicados los telefonos de mis contactos. Gracias igual por el comentario !

    for "timschuerewegen" thanks men !!! i think that could be ok, but, i don't know how to make it....do you know where i can find the AppSupport file already patched ? or how i can patch de file, step by step like you say?

    for "all" ....is there any solution or any AppSupport file already working for Argentina, with firmware 1.1.2 ? I reed a lot of comments, but i can't find the final solution...is there any solution ? any of the files in this page http://iphone.fiveforty.net/wiki/ind...ne.2FSMS_crash works whit firmware 1.1.2 in argentina ?

    Thanks for all, and sorry for my english!
    Last edited by javierfz; 12-04-2007 at 06:02 PM.


 

 

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