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Discuss [Solution] International/local caller ID matching at the iPhone "2G" (Rev. 1) - Hackint0sh.org; Originally Posted by boliva Hi aviegas, thanks for your quick response. I tried both lines ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by boliva View Post
    Hi aviegas, thanks for your quick response. I tried both lines earlier today with no success. I will take a look at the patch you suggested and will let you know how it goes.

    Best regards.
    It will depend on how you store the numbers.

    If you store them as 9 xxxx xxxx, then it will NEVER match "xxxx-xxxx", unless you use the patch, at least for dialing.


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    Thanks guys Bolivia and Aviegas , tested these days one fresh update 1.1.2 and I will tell you.

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    Ok just applied the patch Keypad and Area Code patch to AppSupport, and using the entries just listed still doesn't work.

    Albeit something interesting is that whenever I preced a mobile number (8 digits length) with a '9' it matches with its entry on the Address Book (for which I fixed all numbers some time ago with an AppleScript to be on its intl format, ie. +569xxxxxxxx). Of course when I dial that number (9xxxxxxxx) it doesn't works.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aviegas View Post
    It will depend on how you store the numbers.

    If you store them as 9 xxxx xxxx, then it will NEVER match "xxxx-xxxx", unless you use the patch, at least for dialing.
    Just to clarify. All my numbers are stored on the Address Book in it intl. number format. So for landline numbers I get them as +56nxxxxxxx for Santiago, +56nnxxxxxx and +56nnxxxxxxx for all other cities and +569xxxxxxxx for mobiles.

    I really appreciate your attention.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ccontrerasg View Post
    Thanks guys Bolivia and Aviegas , tested these days one fresh update 1.1.2 and I will tell you.
    thnx to you ccontrerasg, it seems we're almost there.

    Regards from Viņa del Mar.


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    Quote Originally Posted by boliva View Post
    Ok just applied the patch Keypad and Area Code patch to AppSupport, and using the entries just listed still doesn't work.
    Run the different phone number strings through "Framework AppSupport decompo*******Number". If the last element in the output (subscriber number) of two different phone numbers strings, representing the same phone number, is different, then you will never get a match. If the two subscriber numbers are identical but the area code is different, or one has an area code and the other one doesn't, then you need the Keypad and Area Code patch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aviegas View Post
    It will depend on how you store the numbers.

    If you store them as 9 xxxx xxxx, then it will NEVER match "xxxx-xxxx", unless you use the patch, at least for dialing.

    i store numbers is

    02 123 4567 (tel)
    9 123 4567 (cel)

    international.. (a Venezuela)
    (123) 058 123 456 7890

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    Quote Originally Posted by timschuerewegen View Post
    Run the different phone number strings through "Framework AppSupport decompo*******Number". If the last element in the output (subscriber number) of two different phone numbers strings, representing the same phone number, is different, then you will never get a match. If the two subscriber numbers are identical but the area code is different, or one has an area code and the other one doesn't, then you need the Keypad and Area Code patch.
    I've been following this thread for quite a while and got a little lost lately.

    First of all thanks for your big effort tim on doing all the research and publishing your results, and most important of all, posting the needed programs and utilities to make it work over different plataforms.

    Which takes me to: could you please repost the URL to the decompo*******Number and related utilities?

    Best regards.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ccontrerasg View Post
    i store numbers is

    02 123 4567 (tel)
    9 123 4567 (cel)

    international.. (a Venezuela)
    (123) 058 123 456 7890
    That is exactly why I think Apple's approach is narrow minded. It was designed to work only in the US and with the mindset that all numbers would be in a single country (US).

    It will never match different countries. For example I have several US phone numbers in my Address Book and I can't get it to match, because it takes the current SIM and operator country to perform the match.

    That's why I still think we need a true x-rightmost digits approach that will work independently of the country table.

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    For Argentina:
    I've tried the timschuerewegen patch for matching the x rightmost numbers, and worked ok with the contacts but not with the sms.

    So, when a cel number is stored without the internationa dialing prefix +549 i.e.: +54911 5555 5555 vs. 11 5555 5555 the sms numbers don't get matched.

    Any sugestions?

    And, no, storing them all in the +54911 format is not an option, as calls or sms from another cell company are in the 11 5555 5555 format... (and, also, storing the numbers in both formats is pretty lame, don't you think?)

    I've already tried modifying UIPhoneFormats.plist, but it didn't work or I did something wrong.

    Pleasepleaseplease help us poor sudacas!!!


 

 

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