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    ok i have one fresh installation of the 1.1.2 in my iphone, but....
    one novice question
    how patched file AppSupport?


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    go to page 23 of this thread and see the posts by tim.

    Regards.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aberas View Post
    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!!!
    Try Tim's Framework program and post your results.

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    Aviegas:
    Sorry, but I wasn't able to find the specific post of Tim's framework.
    Or do you mean the replacing of the strings in AppSupport with "ar 54 00 - 0 8 ..." etc. and to replace the offset 0x2DE8 with 10 10 A0 E3?
    If that's so, this is the method that allowed the phonebook numbers to match, but not the sms ones.
    BTW, I'm on 1.1.2

    Thanks again and I'm sorry to be such a pain in the arse.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aberas View Post
    Aviegas:
    Sorry, but I wasn't able to find the specific post of Tim's framework.
    Or do you mean the replacing of the strings in AppSupport with "ar 54 00 - 0 8 ..." etc. and to replace the offset 0x2DE8 with 10 10 A0 E3?
    If that's so, this is the method that allowed the phonebook numbers to match, but not the sms ones.
    BTW, I'm on 1.1.2

    Thanks again and I'm sorry to be such a pain in the arse.
    It's all in this thread. How to get a copy of the executable and how to test for decomposing and matching numbers.
    Start at page 23


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    Sorry for the silly question: Do I need to remove iWorld before patching Appsupport for caller ID matching? Probably not, since the patch will only fix the way numbers are recognized, right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by tassos52 View Post
    Sorry for the silly question: Do I need to remove iWorld before patching Appsupport for caller ID matching? Probably not, since the patch will only fix the way numbers are recognized, right?
    It's a smart thing to do, starting with a clean AppSupport. But I guess iWorld leave a lot of garbage in the CoreTelephony.framework/Support directory (???)

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    Quote Originally Posted by aviegas View Post
    It's a smart thing to do, starting with a clean AppSupport. But I guess iWorld leave a lot of garbage in the CoreTelephony.framework/Support directory (???)
    Yes, I just saw that iWorld had already (mistakenly) replaced fr entries with gr (greece is my country).
    I'll probably edit them manually back to fr though. I can't find a way to uninstall iWorld and get rid of all the changes without restoring / downgrading etc.

    For Greece, IDD is 00, NDD doesn't exist, and I can't decide if the area code length is zero or not:
    all phone numbers have 10 digits
    part of that is the area code and you always have to dial it. (no way to dial local numbers without the area code)
    so you always dial 10 digits
    but in theory some "area codes" can be 2, 3 or 4 digits
    Big cities have 2 or 3 digit area codes and small towns have 4 digit area codes but theoretically it shouldn't matter since you always dial 10 digits and you always get 10 digits in the caller id.
    Based on the above my guess is:
    gr 30 00 - 0 10

    What do you think?


    PS: Telecom companies that came up with these dialing rules should burn in hell

    [EDIT] gr 30 00 - 0 10 seems to work for Greece.
    Respect to tim and aviegas for a great program and for tirelessly helping everybody around the world: Falkland Islands(!)/Sweden/Greece/Island/... the list goes on
    Last edited by tassos52; 12-07-2007 at 01:44 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tassos52 View Post
    Yes, I just saw that iWorld had already (mistakenly) replaced fr entries with gr (greece is my country).
    I'll probably edit them manually back to fr though. I can't find a way to uninstall iWorld and get rid of all the changes without restoring / downgrading etc.

    For Greece, IDD is 00, NDD doesn't exist, and I can't decide if the area code length is zero or not:
    all phone numbers have 10 digits
    part of that is the area code and you always have to dial it. (no way to dial local numbers without the area code)
    so you always dial 10 digits
    but in theory some "area codes" can be 2, 3 or 4 digits
    Big cities have 2 or 3 digit area codes and small towns have 4 digit area codes but theoretically it shouldn't matter since you always dial 10 digits and you always get 10 digits in the caller id.
    Based on the above my guess is:
    gr 30 00 - 0 10

    What do you think?


    PS: Telecom companies that came up with these dialing rules should burn in hell

    That is correct, if it always come with 10 and you always need to dial 10.

    I've posted before the story about this STUPID rules. Guess which company did this? Our good friend AT&T, more than 40 years ago. And since they did it, they love and they told Apple to do the matching based on their design...... oh well.

    All other cell manufactures just check 6 or 7 rightmost digits for a match, that is way much simpler. But AT&T wanted to do it 100% to they 40 years old spec, that works only in the US. - oh no! the iPhone standard AppSupport does not match local numbers with the one with area code for dialing.... he he he. So they could not even make it work 100% for their own network.

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    Aviegas:
    Please, read this post.

    First, I must say, thanks for your efforts. Really.

    Second, If you are going to answer a post, do it with something meaningful. Don't give me that "read from page 23 on" crap. If you read my post before answering it you should know that I've already did so, and that I've requested for your help in a proper manner. I'm lost and asking for your help, ok?
    I DO know that it is all in this thread, all 69 pages of it, and I've read it from top to bottom.

    I was just asking for a pointer. The same time you used to give me that answer you could have used to give me some help.

    Don't forget this is a forum, so, you post here because you have some knowledge to spare and nothing else.

    As you can deduct from mi posts and the time that passed between them, I've read and spare the proper time making the necesary trials.

    Please don't be offended by my post, as that is not my intention. Also, english is not my native tongue, as you should already know

    Again, thank you for your efforts, but don't forget how many posts you have read before this that helped you with other matters. Keep helping the comunity, please.

    And for the last time, I mean all this in a very thnakful and respectful manner.


 

 

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