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Discuss Is UIPhoneFormats.plist gone on firmware 2.1? at the PwnageTool - Hackint0sh.org; Originally Posted by JoVR Ok, I think it's not possible to put the International prefix ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by JoVR View Post
    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!

    In the post #163, Frank8 told the same thing

    Quote Originally Posted by Frank8
    international prefix is inserted automatically

    two old plist strings as:
    +44 ## #####
    0## #####

    became one strig:
    n## #####
    That's why I rewrite the format for Vietnam (+84 vn)

    09# ### ## ##
    012# ### ## ##
    016# ### ## ##
    (04) ### ## ##
    (08) ### ## ##

    But the question here is can we use parentheses in the format?
    For example: (04) 823 45 67
    Last edited by vangmoon; 09-22-2008 at 05:30 PM.


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    Hey gays how can i fix my problem ?
    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

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    Got no Idea

    Can you run the field test (dialing *3001#12345#*) and tell me your MobileCountryCode plz.

    it's listed in GSM Cell Environment > Cell information > Equivalent PLMNs > Mobile Country Code

    So I can investigate it a little.

    Quote Originally Posted by userOK View Post
    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

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    I live in Uzbekistan (998), but i cant choose my country, ther is no uzbekistan in list, i chose Russia.
    Mobile Network Code -7
    Mobile Country Code 434.
    Maybe try change my rules for this country? Thank you.

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    You could try that and let me know what your findings are


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    JoVR,
    091 234 56 78 or +84 91 234 56 78 with n# ### ## ## is correct

    vangmoon ,
    you can use parentheses in the format but not for intenational prefix


    I have generated (manually) and tested last UK version : OK!

    Hope to add UK with BE , AU , PH in tonigth version 1.1.0 of
    CallerID Fix Collection (Installer 4)

    This release will solve also address book problems
    for userOK +998 Uzbekistan.
    it's a template file problem , not phoneformat.

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    Frank,

    I made the same with the excel app:

    000000140000001A0000000040000003000303000000000040 00A003A0400003A0400000A0000010E0000009E0400009E040 0000A0000010E00000002050000020500000A0000010E00000 066050000660500000A0000010E000000CA050000CA0500000 A0000010E0000002E0600002E0600000A0000010E000000920 60000920600000A0000010E000000F6060000F60600000A000 0010E0000005A0700005A0700000A0000010E000000BE07000 0BE0700000A0000010E00000003000A0065000000650000000 A0000011B0000006F0000006F0000000A0000011B000000790 00000790000000A0000011B00000083000000830000000A000 0011B0000008D0000008D0000000A0000011B0000009700000 0970000000A0000011B000000A1000000A10000000A0000011 B000000AB000000AB0000000A0000011B000000B5000000B50 000000A0000011B000000BF000000BF0000000A0000011B000 000020001000B0000000B0000000A0000011B0000000100040 002000000030000000A0000010000000005000000050000000 A0000010000000007000000070000000A0000010E000000080 00000080000000A0000011B0000006E2323202323232320232 32323006E2323232320232323232323006E232323202323232 02323232300


    Can you check if it's the same as your hex code?

    thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by JoVR View Post
    Frank,

    I made the same with the excel app:

    000000140000001A0000000040000003000303000000000040 00A003A0400003A0400000A0000010E0000009E0400009E040 0000A0000010E00000002050000020500000A0000010E00000 066050000660500000A0000010E000000CA050000CA0500000 A0000010E0000002E0600002E0600000A0000010E000000920 60000920600000A0000010E000000F6060000F60600000A000 0010E0000005A0700005A0700000A0000010E000000BE07000 0BE0700000A0000010E00000003000A0065000000650000000 A0000011B0000006F0000006F0000000A0000011B000000790 00000790000000A0000011B00000083000000830000000A000 0011B0000008D0000008D0000000A0000011B0000009700000 0970000000A0000011B000000A1000000A10000000A0000011 B000000AB000000AB0000000A0000011B000000B5000000B50 000000A0000011B000000BF000000BF0000000A0000011B000 000020001000B0000000B0000000A0000011B0000000100040 002000000030000000A0000010000000005000000050000000 A0000010000000007000000070000000A0000010E000000080 00000080000000A0000011B0000006E2323202323232320232 32323006E2323232320232323232323006E232323202323232 02323232300


    Can you check if it's the same as your hex code?

    thanks!
    Which country this code is for?

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    JoVR or Frank8
    Can you help me with Region Format for Russia?

    8 (###) ###-####-##
    8 (###) ###-####-#
    8 (###) ###-####
    +7 (###) ###-####-##
    +7 (###) ###-####-#
    +7 (###) ###-####
    (###) ###-####
    ###-####-#
    ###-####
    ###-###
    ###-##
    ####
    ###

    Thank you very much!

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    I'll check out the Caller ID Fix in Installer then. Editing these hex files is not easiest for me to be honest. I could patch a pre-done file, or try caller ID fix.

    Edit: Maybe not, since I don't have installer. LOL. I'd be very much obliged to anyone who can upload their good (with proper formatting) UK .phoneformats file. PM would be fine.
    Last edited by slimnickyy; 09-22-2008 at 08:37 PM.


 

 

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