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Discuss [Solution] International/local caller ID matching at the iPhone "2G" (Rev. 1) - Hackint0sh.org; Originally Posted by Cammo Maybe someone could help me with a PhoneNumberTemplates.txt file that suits ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cammo View Post
    Maybe someone could help me with a PhoneNumberTemplates.txt file that suits me or point me in the right direction? I live in Australia and travel to Singapore, Thailand, Japan, Indonesia and New Zealand.
    Forget about pntedit. Try "PhoneNumber Dynamic Library". The latest PhoneNumberTemplates.txt file already contains templates for the countries you mentioned.


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    Quote Originally Posted by timschuerewegen View Post
    Forget about pntedit. Try "PhoneNumber Dynamic Library". The latest PhoneNumberTemplates.txt file already contains templates for the countries you mentioned.
    Done, and thanks! Is there an easy way to test if it is working?

    One thing - if I touch my home phone number into the iphone keypad as I would normally dial it from my local area (47******) I don't see "Home" show up below my number however if I add the STD code (0747******) it shows "Home"

    Any thoughts?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cammo View Post
    Done, and thanks! Is there an easy way to test if it is working?
    Yes. Put the "Framework" binary on your iPhone (in /usr/bin for example) and run "Framework AppSupport decompo*******Number xxx au" (where xxx is a phone number) on your iPhone to check if the phone number gets decomposed correctly.

    Quote Originally Posted by Cammo View Post
    One thing - if I touch my home phone number into the iphone keypad as I would normally dial it from my local area (47******) I don't see "Home" show up below my number however if I add the STD code (0747******) it shows "Home". Any thoughts?
    You probably need to apply the Keypad and Area Code patch.

    EDIT: Fixed typo. Replaced Put the "AppSupport" binary ... with Put the "Framework" binary ...
    Last edited by timschuerewegen; 01-02-2008 at 11:55 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by timschuerewegen View Post
    Yes. Put the "Framework" binary on your iPhone (in /usr/bin for example) and run "Framework AppSupport decompo*******Number xxx au" (where xxx is a phone number) on your iPhone to check if the phone number gets decomposed correctly.


    You probably need to apply the Keypad and Area Code patch.

    EDIT: Fixed typo. Replaced Put the "AppSupport" binary ... with Put the "Framework" binary ...
    Tim,

    Thanks for your help, I have added the "Framework: binary to the /usr/bin folder however I am not sure what you mean by "run "Framework AppSupport decompo*******Number xxx au" (where xxx is a phone number) on your iPhone"

    Am I missing something, I guess I should have something additional installed on my iPhone allowing me to run that?

    Thanks for your continued help!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cammo View Post
    Thanks for your help, I have added the "Framework: binary to the /usr/bin folder however I am not sure what you mean by "run "Framework AppSupport decompo*******Number xxx au" (where xxx is a phone number) on your iPhone"
    You need to use a telnet/ssh client.


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    Quote Originally Posted by timschuerewegen View Post
    You don't need to use iWorld ever again because you now have my "PhoneNumber Dynamic Library". The reason why Phone/SMS crashed in the first place was because of an Apple bug in the decompo*******Number function. My "PhoneNumber Dynamic Library" contains my own version of this decompo*******Number function and Apple's bug is not in my code


    The "3F 10 DD E5" you saw actually starts at offset 0x2DE8, not 0x2DE0 as you think. 0x2DE0 + 8 = 0x2DE8.
    So, uninstalling iWorld is fine if we have used you PhoneNumer Dynamic Library?

    Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by locklin View Post
    PM sent in Spanish
    locklin, do you mind send me that same PM? Using tim's latest build i was able to successfully get everything working right. Now I just want my address book and number formats to follow this template +1(809)555-5555 and not +18095555555.
    I know this is purely esthetics but still.

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    I could use the same PM, but i want them to be displayed (xx) XX XXXX. Thank you.
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    I'm in Canada I read on the iphone dev wiki that it's supported and formats numbers the same as US so I didn't need to do anything

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    Quote Originally Posted by seccsy View Post
    locklin, do you mind send me that same PM? Using tim's latest build i was able to successfully get everything working right. Now I just want my address book and number formats to follow this template +1(809)555-5555 and not +18095555555.
    I know this is purely esthetics but still.
    PM Sent

    Quote Originally Posted by gonfer View Post
    I could use the same PM, but i want them to be displayed (xx) XX XXXX. Thank you.
    PM sent.


 

 

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