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Discuss [Solution] International/local caller ID matching at the iPhone "2G" (Rev. 1) - Hackint0sh.org; Originally Posted by timschuerewegen If a phone number in Iran always requires an area code ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by timschuerewegen View Post
    If a phone number in Iran always requires an area code then the single template "ir 98 00 0 - ##########" (0 + 10) will do just fine. If not then you need a complete list of area codes and mobile phone "area codes" to teach decompo*******Number when an area code is 2 digits long and when it is 3 digits long. I did this for Belgium, Italy, Sweden and India.
    Wow, man you're fast, I edited my message again, can you please read it again? :-)


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    Quote Originally Posted by Yazdgerd View Post
    Also, after using the "./pntedit read AppSupport PhoneNumberTemplates.txt" command, I receive this error: Segmentation fault
    There might be a problem with the PPC of pntedit. Someone else reported this problem here. You don't need pntedit anymore, use my "Phone Number Dynamic Library" and latest "Phone Number Templates" from http://users.skynet.be/ra045246/.

    EDIT: I also wanted to stress that the new templates (ie. the ones containing "#" characters) are incompatible with Apple's algorithm and should not be used in combination with pntedit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by timschuerewegen View Post
    According to http://www.kropla.com/dialcode.htm there are multiple IDD's (001, 002, ...) and "00" is not one of them.
    Hi Tim

    I just checked with my Singapore buddy. Here is the situation for Singapore.

    There are 3 mobile operators in Singapore and 3rd party operator that provides cheap VOIP call for mobile users.
    e.g. winthin Singapopre
    If dial +countrycode+number (+60712345767, number in Malaysia), it will be charge at premium rate, and 0016071234567, will be charge a cheaper rate. So if dial with the first choice (premium rate), will the match works? (the contact list number is stored in this format +6071234567)
    But local call, you only dial the 8 digits without any area code.
    So do you think, an addition line of sg 65 00 0 - ######## should be added at the end to match or the AppSupport has already been patched with "loose" matching?
    Last edited by psp; 12-19-2007 at 12:23 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by timschuerewegen View Post
    Yes. However, because the sums of "2 7" and "3 6" are both 9 a 9-digit phone number will always be decomposed into a 2-digit area code and 7-digit subscriber number. The "3 6" will only be used if the iPhone wants to decompose a 6-digit phone number, ie. one without area code.
    Tested working for Malaysia,
    my 60 00 0 # #######
    my 60 00 0 ## #######

    Please add to your template, thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by psp View Post
    There are 3 mobile operators in Singapore and 3rd party operator that provides cheap VOIP call for mobile users.
    e.g. winthin Singapopre
    If dial +countrycode+number (+60712345767, number in Malaysia), it will be charge at premium rate, and 0016071234567, will be charge a cheaper rate. So if dial with the first choice (premium rate), will the match works? (the contact list number is stored in this format +6071234567)
    The question is, is "00" a valid IDD in Singapore, ie. can you dial "0060712345767"? If the answer is yes then you also need the template "sg 65 00 - - ########". Notice that NDD is "-" (translated into empty string when read) because there is no NDD in Singapore.

    Quote Originally Posted by psp View Post
    But local call, you only dial the 8 digits without any area code. So do you think, an addition line of sg 65 00 0 - ######## should be added at the end to match or the AppSupport has already been patched with "loose" matching?
    I don't think you need the "Keypad and Area Code" patch because there are no area codes. Also, the "sg 65 00 0 - ########" template is wrong because there is no NDD in Singapore.


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    Thanks. I got it now. So for Malaysia, it should be

    my 60 00 - # #######
    my 60 00 - ## #######

    Since Malaysia too doesnt support NDD. I keep thinking that "0" means no NDD.

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    Quote Originally Posted by psp View Post
    Thanks. I got it now. So for Malaysia, it should be

    my 60 00 - # #######
    my 60 00 - ## #######

    Since Malaysia too doesnt support NDD. I keep thinking that "0" means no NDD.
    According to http://www.kropla.com/dialcode.htm the NDD is Malaysia is "0".

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    Geezz... you are right. Silly me! Sorry for wasting so much of your time replying me.

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    sorry for my ignorance... i search inside this thread but i have some questions.

    for Argentina..

    peu post this:
    ar 54 00 0 2 8
    ar 54 00 0 3 7
    ar 54 00 0 4 6
    ar 54 00 0 5 5

    and timschuerewegen post this:
    ar 54 00 !0:9 ## ########

    so my questions are... this 'ar 54 00 !0:9 ## ########' replace peu's 4 codes? or its other one? i have to put the 5 or just 'ar 54 00 !0:9 ## ########'?

    what the # character means?

    this is for avoid the msg and phone crash only? or also it modify the GUI?

    thanks
    Last edited by diealive; 12-19-2007 at 08:40 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by diealive View Post
    peu post this:
    ar 54 00 0 2 8
    ar 54 00 0 3 7
    ar 54 00 0 4 6
    ar 54 00 0 5 5

    and timschuerewegen post this:
    ar 54 00 !0:9 ## ########

    so my questions are... this 'ar 54 00 !0:9 ## ########' replace peu's 4 codes? or its other one? i have to put the 5 or just 'ar 54 00 !0:9 ## ########'?
    There are old templates and new templates. The old templates have two numbers at the end (e.g. "2 8", "3 7") and are to be used with pntedit. The new templates have "#" characters at the end and are to be used with my PhoneNumber Dynamic Library. The old template "ar 54 00 0 2 8" and the new template "ar 54 00 !0:9 ## ########" are the same, ie. both will match a 2-digit area code and 8-digit subscriber number.

    Quote Originally Posted by diealive View Post
    what the # character means?
    The "#" character means "any digit".


 

 

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