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    Hey,

    I hope no one minds but I've created a quick tutorial on how to use this excellent solution.

    It can be found here:
    http://www.iclarified.com/entry/index.php?enid=565

    Thanks for creating this timschuerewegen! Please let me know if anything needs to changed...


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    thanks for this...stil dont solve my sms numbers...as my previous post
    1.1.2 OTB > 1.1.3 Jailbreaked!
    Call IN/OUT - YES
    SMS IN/OUT - YES
    MMS IN/OUT - YES
    EDGE - YES
    WIFI - YES

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    Would it be possible to put PhoneNumber Dynamic Library in Installer?

    I'm writing a guide on how to upgrade to 1.1.2 and I was using iWorld as one of the steps, but after reading this thread I have second thoughts about iWorld. But installing SSH, using SFTP etc. is so much more work, especially if you have no idea what SSH is. (I do, but most of my readers don't.) The guide slevytam posted makes it a little bit easier, but still there's a lot of steps.

    Having PhoneNumber Dynamic Library in Installer would be so much better for those who never heard of SSH. But since it requires some editing of the PhoneNumberTemplates.txt maybe this is a futile request? Or would it be possible to have a country select, just like iWorld?

    I'm just asking if it is possible at all.

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    done it and rebooted now my phone just sits on the apple logo an ideas?

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    This is a little bit off topic. However, since there are a lot of international users here I thought I might ask anyway:

    I've installed the swedish dictionary and chosen swedish as keyboard. But the iPhone don't suggest words containing international characters (like ). When I write "ovrigt" I want the iPhone to suggest "vrigt" (o with two dots).

    When I replace the english (also works with german, french or italian) dictionary-files with my swedish dictionary, and in settings choose english as keyboard then everything works as expected. "ovrigt" becomes "vrigt".

    Why doesen't iPhone give correct suggestions when choosing swedish as keyboard?

    It seems as if something else needs to be done to a language if you want it to behave like the supported languages. Only adding international to the settings isn't sufficient. I've started a thread about this subject. If you are interested or have some info - then check it out:

    http://hackint0sh.org/forum/showthread.php?t=23089


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    Could someone please help me with Egypt.

    I wrote the following, relying on this (note that this site isn't updated, the subscriber number can now be 6-8 digits).

    eg 20 00 0 1 6
    eg 20 00 0 1 7
    eg 20 00 0 1 8
    eg 20 00 0 2 6
    eg 20 00 0 2 7
    eg 20 00 0 2 8

    I am not sure if the order in the file has precedence, but the effect of adding the above six lines was none. When I make a call from a cellphone with a number "010 777 9999", where 0 is the trunk prefix, 10 is the area code (for one of the cellphone carriers), and 7779999 is the subscriber number, iPhone formats it as:

    010 7 (779) 999

    Which obviously is not correct. Before putting in the patched AppSupport with the new rules, this was also how the iPhone was rendering the numbers.

    How does the iPhone know the country is eg (+20) to use the above rules?

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    Thumbs up Two thumbs up to timschuerewegen

    Quote Originally Posted by timschuerewegen View Post
    Send me a copy (via MSN button on the left) of your /private/var/root/Library/AddressBook/AddressBook.sqlitedb file and then read the PM I sent you yesterday and do what it sayshttp://www.hackint0sh.org/forum/images/icons/icon14.gif
    Thumbs up.
    OK OK tim, who the h*ll are you? how did you get so smart, i would personally like to thank you for the best solution to that international/mobilsms/appsupport problem that everyone has with the 1.1.2's, i am in the bahamas and my unlocked 1.1.2 iphones arrived today had to use stealthsim to use sim card, and the same problems with the calling and bullsh*t iWorld, i researched known problems before i actually got the phones lol, so all i had to do is come right back to your posts i had bookmarked and everything worked like a charm, i even thought that the operator *44 we use down here was not going to work, but thanks to your programming genius everything has worked, if u ever come to the Bahamas (Nassau that is) give me an email, u're the best, two thumbs up

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    From Chile, added one # at the end... and now this is working properly

    LOCAL CALL
    // Chile [cl]
    cl 56 00 0
    + + + + 2 #######
    + + + + 9 ########;########
    + + + + ## ######;#######
    + + + + - ########
    + + + + - #########

    Only long-distance calls give me a little problem

    INTERNATIONAL CALL
    // Venezuela [ve]
    ve 58 00 0 #############

    ve 123 0 58 #############
    (123 is my number out for long distance calls)

    But I solved by adding a second number in my Addressbook one for calls (123 0 58 #############) and another for SMS (+58 #############)

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    Quote Originally Posted by ccontrerasg View Post
    From Chile, added one # at the end... and now this is working properly

    LOCAL CALL
    // Chile [cl]
    cl 56 00 0
    + + + + 2 #######
    + + + + 9 ########;########
    + + + + ## ######;#######
    + + + + - ########
    + + + + - #########
    Why did you add that "#" to the 7 #'s? Don't you see that after the ";" there are 8 #'s?

    Quote Originally Posted by ccontrerasg View Post
    Only long-distance calls give me a little problem

    INTERNATIONAL CALL
    // Venezuela [ve]
    ve 58 00 0 #############

    ve 123 0 58 #############
    (123 is my number out for long distance calls)

    But I solved by adding a second number in my Addressbook one for calls (123 0 58 #############) and another for SMS (+58 #############)
    Why not do it right and add "1230" to the IDD list of Venezuela? Replace "ve 58 00 0 ### #######" by "ve 58 00;1230 0 ### #######".

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    Quote Originally Posted by timschuerewegen View Post
    Why did you add that "#" to the 7 #'s? Don't you see that after the ";" there are 8 #'s?
    for celular calling I need 8 and 9 "#" not 7
    + + + + 9 ########;#########


    Quote Originally Posted by timschuerewegen View Post
    Why not do it right and add "1230" to the IDD list of Venezuela? Replace "ve 58 00 0 ### #######" by "ve 58 00;1230 0 ### #######".
    OK try this, thanks imschuerewegen


 

 

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