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Discuss [PwnageTool] Does Firmware 2.0 needs AppSupport Patch at the PwnageTool - Hackint0sh.org; Also doesn't work at Chile as well....
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    Also doesn't work at Chile as well.


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    Not in Argentina... Will the 1.1.4 appsupport file work in 2.0? has anyone tested?

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    ^^ What he said..

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    Only works with 1 network (out of 2) in Malta... incidentally only the network set to release the phone in the coming months! grrrrrr

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    You can patch the appsupport by yourself....
    Install openSSH with cydia and go to this folder:
    /System/Library/PrivateFrameworks/AppSupport.framework
    You'll find a file called PhoneNumberTemplates.plist
    Get the file to your computer and convert it to xml. On macosx you can do it with plutil:
    Macbook:~ jernej$ plutil -convert xml1 PhoneNumberTemplates.plist

    Here is an example for Slovenia (my country):
    <key>si</key>
    <array>
    <array>
    <string>386</string>
    <string>00</string>
    <string>0</string>
    <integer>1</integer>
    <integer>7</integer>
    </array>
    <array>
    <string>386</string>
    <string>00</string>
    <string>0</string>
    <integer>2</integer>
    <integer>6</integer>
    </array>
    </array>
    The first string is the country code, the second string are the two zeros at the beginning of an international number, the third string is the zero at the beginning of a local number. The first intiger is the number of chars in the prefix number (number of M's -> see below) and the second initiger is the number of chars in the actual number (number of N's).
    For Slovenia:
    Fixed networks (first array):
    International format: 00-386-M-NNN-NN-NN
    Local format: 0-M-NNN-NN-NN

    Mobile networks (second array):
    International format: 00-386-MM-NNN-NNN
    Local format: 0-MM-NNN-NNN

    With this information anybody should be able to patch the appsupport for his own country. After you patch the appsupport you just need to place the file on the iphone and restart...


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    Quote Originally Posted by mikrohard View Post
    You can patch the appsupport by yourself....
    Install openSSH with cydia and go to this folder:
    /System/Library/PrivateFrameworks/AppSupport.framework
    You'll find a file called PhoneNumberTemplates.plist
    Get the file to your computer and convert it to xml. On macosx you can do it with plutil:
    Macbook:~ jernej$ plutil -convert xml1 PhoneNumberTemplates.plist

    Here is an example for Slovenia (my country):
    <key>si</key>
    <array>
    <array>
    <string>386</string>
    <string>00</string>
    <string>0</string>
    <integer>1</integer>
    <integer>7</integer>
    </array>
    <array>
    <string>386</string>
    <string>00</string>
    <string>0</string>
    <integer>2</integer>
    <integer>6</integer>
    </array>
    </array>
    The first string is the country code, the second string are the two zeros at the beginning of an international number, the third string is the zero at the beginning of a local number. The first intiger is the number of chars in the prefix number (number of M's -> see below) and the second initiger is the number of chars in the actual number (number of N's).
    For Slovenia:
    Fixed networks (first array):
    International format: 00-386-M-NNN-NN-NN
    Local format: 0-M-NNN-NN-NN

    Mobile networks (second array):
    International format: 00-386-MM-NNN-NNN
    Local format: 0-MM-NNN-NNN

    With this information anybody should be able to patch the appsupport for his own country. After you patch the appsupport you just need to place the file on the iphone and restart...
    there is another solution. which one should i use?
    http://hackint0sh.org/forum/showpost...46&postcount=7

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    e bash ti hvala

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    way more complicated than intalling appsuoort 1.1.4

    Is there an easier option?

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    You cant just install the 1.1.4 appsupport, becouse the framework location changed...

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    Since when hacking is easier than editing of this plist file? Right now AppSupport has built-in ability to work in any country, you just need to change its parameters.


 

 
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