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Discuss Is UIPhoneFormats.plist gone on firmware 2.1? at the PwnageTool - Hackint0sh.org; Originally Posted by JoVR @macgirl voila: 00000014000000440000000100000030003030000000000100 04000000000009000000080000000000000000000000090000 000A0000000A00000000000000090000000C00000017000000 00000000090000000D00000027000000232323232D23232323 00232320232323232D2323232300232320232320232323232D 232323230023232320232320232323232D2323232300 Thanks a lot...
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    Quote Originally Posted by JoVR View Post
    @macgirl

    voila:

    00000014000000440000000100000030003030000000000100 04000000000009000000080000000000000000000000090000 000A0000000A00000000000000090000000C00000017000000 00000000090000000D00000027000000232323232D23232323 00232320232323232D2323232300232320232320232323232D 232323230023232320232320232323232D2323232300
    Thanks a lot


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    Can anyone help me with vietnamese format (+84 vn)
    Cell phone number:
    09# ### ## ##
    012# ### ## ##
    016# ### ## ##

    fixed phone number:
    (04) ### ## ##
    (08) ### ## ##

    Thank you.

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    JoVR,

    at the moment the only way to works for UK fix is:

    [( L1 , L2 , Nb ,( 0 , 00) )
    ( 4 , Na ,
    (1082,1082,10,0,1, 2)
    (1182,1182,10,0,1, 2)
    (1282,1282,10,0,1, 2)
    (1382,1382,10,0,1, 2)
    (1482,1482,10,0,1, 2)
    (1582,1582,10,0,1, 2)
    (1682,1682,10,0,1, 2)
    (1782,1782,10,0,1, 2)
    (1882,1882,10,0,1, 2)
    (1982,1982,10,0,1, 2))
    ( 3 , Na ,
    (101,101,10,0,1, 3)
    (111,111,10,0,1, 3)
    (121,121,10,0,1, 3)
    (131,131,10,0,1, 3)
    (141,141,10,0,1, 3)
    (151,151,10,0,1, 3)
    (161,161,10,0,1, 3)
    (171,171,10,0,1, 3)
    (181,181,10,0,1, 3)
    (191,191,10,0,1, 3))
    ( 2 , Na ,
    (11,11,10,0,1, 3))
    ( 1 , Na ,
    (2,3,10,0,1, 1)
    (5,5,10,0,1, 1)
    (7,7,10,0,1, 2)
    (8,8,10,0,1, 3))
    (n## #### ####,n#### ######,n### ### ####)]


    in Belgium fix ... have you tried with 0800xxxxx , 800xxxxx and +32 800xxxxx ?

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    How to get it working for India,This is what i use and if possible can u please add this in your tool.Thanks

    <key>in</key>
    <array>
    <string>00 $</string>
    <string>0 9#########</string>
    <string>(0##) ########</string>
    <string>(011) ########</string>
    <string>+91 (11) ########</string>
    <string>(0120) #######</string>
    <string>+91 (120) #######</string>
    <string>(0121) #######</string>
    <string>+91 (121) #######</string>
    <string>(0122) #######</string>
    <string>+91 (122) #######</string>
    <string>(040) ########</string>
    <string>+91 (40) ########</string>
    <string>(022) ########</string>
    <string>+91 (22) ########</string>
    <string>(033) ########</string>
    <string>+91 (33) ########</string>
    <string>(044) ########</string>
    <string>+91 (44) ########</string>
    <string>(080) ########</string>
    <string>+91 (80) ########</string>
    <string>(0816) #######</string>
    <string>+91 (816) #######</string>
    <string>(081##) ######</string>
    <string>+91 (81##) ######</string>
    <string>(0820) #######</string>
    <string>+91 (820) #######</string>
    <string>(0821) #######</string>
    <string>+91 (821) #######</string>
    <string>(0824) #######</string>
    <string>+91 (824) #######</string>
    <string>(082##) ######</string>
    <string>+91 (82##) ######</string>
    <string>(0831) #######</string>
    <string>+91 (831) #######</string>
    <string>(0832) #######</string>
    <string>+91 (832) #######</string>
    <string>(0836) #######</string>
    <string>+91 (836) #######</string>
    <string>(083##) ######</string>
    <string>+91 (83##) ######</string>
    <string>(084##) ######</string>
    <string>+91 (84##) ######</string>
    <string>(085##) ######</string>
    <string>+91 (85##) ######</string>
    <string>(0861) #######</string>
    <string>+91 (861) #######</string>
    <string>(0863) #######</string>
    <string>+91 (863) #######</string>
    <string>(0866) #######</string>
    <string>+91 (866) #######</string>
    <string>(086##) ######</string>
    <string>+91 (86##) ######</string>
    <string>(0870) #######</string>
    <string>+91 (870) #######</string>
    <string>(0877) #######</string>
    <string>+91 (877) #######</string>
    <string>(0878) #######</string>
    <string>+91 (878) #######</string>
    <string>(087##) ######</string>
    <string>+91 (87##) ######</string>
    <string>(0883) #######</string>
    <string>+91 (883) #######</string>
    <string>(0884) #######</string>
    <string>+91 (884) #######</string>
    <string>(088##) ######</string>
    <string>+91 (88##) ######</string>
    <string>(0891) #######</string>
    <string>+91 (891) #######</string>
    <string>(089##) ######</string>
    <string>+91 (89##) ######</string>
    <string>9#########</string>
    <string>+91 9#########</string>
    <string>0 9#########</string>
    <string>##########</string>
    </array>

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    @Frank8 & JoVR

    I'm just too stupid to understand the offst, matching rules.

    A bank employee like me can not understand all this.

    I just keep failing.

    Could anyone kind enough help me with this.

    It's for Taiwna 886 tw

    the area code & format strings:

    usually use the last 7 or 8 digit numbers for matching.

    <string>02-####-####</string>
    <string>03-8##-####</string>
    <string>03-5##-####</string>
    <string>037-###-###</string>
    <string>049-###-####</string>
    <string>089-###-###</string>
    <string>082-###-###</string>
    <string>0826-###-##</string>
    <string>0836-###-##</string>
    <string>0800-###-###</string>
    <string>0809-###-###</string>
    <string>03-9##-####</string>
    <string>########</string>
    <string>09##-###-###</string>
    <string>0#-####-####</string>
    <string>0#-###-####</string>
    <string>0#-###-###</string>
    <string>######</string>
    <string>002 $</string>
    <string>+886 # ####-####</string>
    <string>+886 # ###-####</string>
    <string>+886 9##-###-###</string>

    thank you so much
    Last edited by kevin3688; 09-22-2008 at 10:02 AM.


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    Frank,
    I can put it in excel if you want and return you the code!

    The numbers Rule for 800 and 900 are only correct if you type 0800 00000
    not 800 00000 and +32800 00000, it gives : 80000000 and +32 80 00 00 00 but isn't a problem because these format are only national formats to free info line's and very expensive call Games :-)

    That's what is a little confusing somethimes, how to make the rulles so they don't conflict with each other, example:

    09# ### ## ## and (+84) 9# ### ## ## have a diffrent display rule but logical comparison is the same --> (9,9, 9,strx)

    Of am I wrong?


    Quote Originally Posted by Frank8 View Post
    JoVR,

    at the moment the only way to works for UK fix is:

    [( L1 , L2 , Nb ,( 0 , 00) )
    ( 4 , Na ,
    (1082,1082,10,0,1, 2)
    (1182,1182,10,0,1, 2)
    (1282,1282,10,0,1, 2)
    (1382,1382,10,0,1, 2)
    (1482,1482,10,0,1, 2)
    (1582,1582,10,0,1, 2)
    (1682,1682,10,0,1, 2)
    (1782,1782,10,0,1, 2)
    (1882,1882,10,0,1, 2)
    (1982,1982,10,0,1, 2))
    ( 3 , Na ,
    (101,101,10,0,1, 3)
    (111,111,10,0,1, 3)
    (121,121,10,0,1, 3)
    (131,131,10,0,1, 3)
    (141,141,10,0,1, 3)
    (151,151,10,0,1, 3)
    (161,161,10,0,1, 3)
    (171,171,10,0,1, 3)
    (181,181,10,0,1, 3)
    (191,191,10,0,1, 3))
    ( 2 , Na ,
    (11,11,10,0,1, 3))
    ( 1 , Na ,
    (2,3,10,0,1, 1)
    (5,5,10,0,1, 1)
    (7,7,10,0,1, 2)
    (8,8,10,0,1, 3))
    (n## #### ####,n#### ######,n### ### ####)]


    in Belgium fix ... have you tried with 0800xxxxx , 800xxxxx and +32 800xxxxx ?

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    Def confused here with two possible UK fixes?

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    @slimnickyy

    Did you get the last UK code posted to work?
    As soon as Frank gives me a sign I'll make his Second version.

    I still got no idéé that the codes I generated work!?

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    JoVR thanks a lot Working, but i made some fix in rule.
    But if i have phone number with prefix +998 ## ###-##-## in my adress book, than i try to call this phone without prefix, phone dont show me the Name, how can i fix it ? Thank you. Sorry for my english
    Last edited by userOK; 09-22-2008 at 05:04 PM.

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    Ok,

    I think it's not possible to put the International prefix like this "(+84)".
    The prifix is not included in the display rule. the "n" is only for when the first digit is a "0". When its zero it's not used in the maxlength calculation. The prefix is never in the calculation, with or without the "n" in the diplay rule.

    so the question below solves itself, it's the same display rule and will get:

    091 234 56 78 or +84 91 234 56 78 with n# ### ## ##.

    Correct me if wrong!



    Quote Originally Posted by JoVR View Post
    Frank,

    09# ### ## ## and (+84) 9# ### ## ## have a diffrent display rule but logical comparison is the same --> (9,9, 9,strx)


 

 

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