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    @ VladTheImpaler
    I tried , it works , only a little problem with 01 flag for 2 digits match rules

    000000140000009C0000000300000030003030000000000100 04000100000009000000030000002700000001000000090000 00040000002B00000002000000020000000800000130000000 0800000008000000090000013E000000020002001F0000004F 000000070000010C0000001F0000004F000000080000011900 000003000300BC020000BC0200000800000100000000200300 00200300000800000100000000840300008403000008000001 000000006E2323232023232023232300286E23232920232320 23232300286E23232920232323202323230023232300232323 2300286E232920232323202323232300286E23232329202323 232023232300

    but it is not your crash problem

    probably something wrong happens with hex editor , C0 56 must overwrite data ,
    the other must be added from 0x6135 to 0x6234 (in binary, not ascii)


    @ rambutan
    if you are not contrary I will add your SG, MY, ID, & TH with Lebanon
    in next release of CallerID Fix Collection


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    iPhonr,

    For a single fix (personal use) you can change your country
    pointer and also US pointer with C0 56
    so numbers will be formatted with and without international prefix

    Useful if your country is not in Region Format list
    Last edited by Frank8; 09-28-2008 at 05:03 AM.

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    Thanks Frank8. I will try it. My country is in the region format list but I like the US date/time/calendar format(but not phone format) so I set the locale to English/US.

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    Anyone know a good Hex editor to do this? Currently using HxD and trying to figure out how to do it. Still having headache on understanding all the numbers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gsam64 View Post
    Rambutan,

    Thanks for the quick response.

    It would be great if the format can be like this:
    451 xxxxxx
    31 xxxxxxx
    81x xxxxxx

    For area codes 21, 22, 24, 31 and 61, they all have 7-digits.

    There are no 5 digit numbers in 8xx.

    If you could post the rules for these countries on mediafire would be great.

    P.S. There should be a leading "0" on the area codes, like 021, 031, 0451, etc.

    Thanks.
    @gsam64:

    There's some mistakes for ID - I forgot to convert 21, 24, 31, 61 to HEX in the file.

    The new file has been uploaded and here's the link:
    http://www.mediafire.com/file/wkkzyd...ts.phoneformat

    This has been corrected and the link to the original post updated as well.

    All ID formats are with 0 in front, I just didn't have it in the format strings. Also, I'm sticking to my formats of having spaces in the subscriber numbers. So you'll get "451 x xxxx" instead of your preferred "451 xxxxx". You're welcomed to change the file to your liking.

    Here are the complete rules for the countries SG, MY, PH, TH, ID.

    ( 65 , sg , C0 56 )

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/%2B65

    <string>#### ####</string>
    <string>1 800 ### ####</string>
    <string>020 14 # ### ####</string>
    <string>020 15 # #### ####</string>
    <string>020 1# ### ####</string>
    <string>020 3 #### ####</string>
    <string>020 # ### ####</string>

    [( L1, L2, 3, ( 0, 00#, 01# ))
    ( 1 , 1 ,
    (6,9,8,0,1))
    ( 4 , 4 ,
    (1800,1800,11,0,2)
    (2014,2014,12,1,6)
    (2015,2015,13,1,7)
    (2012,2019,11,1,3)
    ( 3 , 2 ,
    (203,203,11,1,4)
    (204,209,10,1,5))
    (
    1= #### ####
    2= # ### ### ####
    3= n## ## ### ####
    4= n## # #### ####
    5= n## # ### ####
    6= n## ## # ### ####
    7= n## ## # #### ####
    )]


    ( 60 , my , C4 57 )

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/%2B60

    <string>### ####</string>
    <string>#### ####</string>
    <string>1800 ## ####</string>
    <string>1900 ## ####</string>
    <string>014 # ### ####</string>
    <string>015 # #### ####</string>
    <string>01# ### ####</string>
    <string>03 #### ####</string>
    <string>0# ### ####</string>

    [( L1, L2, 3, ( 0, 00 ))
    ( 1 , 4 ,
    (3,3,9,1,7)
    (4,9,8,1,8)
    (2,9,7,0,1)
    (2,9,8,0,2))
    ( 4 , 2 ,
    (1800,1800,10,0,3)
    (1900,1900,10,0,3))
    ( 2 , 3 ,
    (14,14,10,1,4)
    (15,15,11,1,5)
    (12,19,9,1,6))
    (
    1= ### ####
    2= #### ####
    3= #### ## ####
    4= n## # ### ####
    5= n## # #### ####
    6= n## ### ####
    7= n# #### ####
    8= n# ### ####
    )]


    ( 63 , ph , DC 58 )

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/%2B63

    <string>02 ### ####</string>
    <string>0## ### ####</string>
    <string>09## ### ####</string>

    [( L1, L2, 3, ( 0, 00 ))
    ( 1 , 3 ,
    (2,2,8,1,1)
    (3,8,9,1,2)
    (9,9,10,1,3))
    (
    1= n# ### ####
    2= n## ### ####
    3= n### ### ####
    )]


    ( 66 , th , 50 59 )

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/%2B66

    <string>0# ### ####</string>
    <string>0## ### ###</string>
    <string>0# #### ####</string>

    [( L1 , L2 , 1 , ( 0 , 001 ) )
    ( 1 , 4 ,
    (2,2,8,1,Lstr1)
    (6,6,9,1,Lstr3)
    (3,7,8,1,Lstr2)
    (8,8,9,1,Lstr3))
    (
    1= n# ### ####
    2= n## ### ###
    3= n# #### ####
    )]


    ( 62 , id , D0 59 )

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/%2B62

    <string>021 ### ####</string>
    <string>022 ### ####</string>
    <string>024 ### ####</string>
    <string>031 ### ####</string>
    <string>061 ### ####</string>
    <string>081# ## ####</string>
    <string>0881 ### ####</string>
    <string>08## #### ####</string>
    <string>0### # ####</string>
    <string>0### ## ####</string>
    <string>0### ### ####</string>

    [( L1, L2, 2, ( 0, 001, 007, 008 ))
    ( 2 , 5 ,
    (21,22,9,1,1)
    (24,24,9,1,1)
    (31,31,9,1,1)
    (61,61,9,1,1)
    (81,81,9,1,2)
    ( 3 , 5 ,
    (881,881,10,1,3)
    (800,899,11,1,4)
    (230,999,8,1,5)
    (230,999,9,1,2)
    (230,999,10,1,3)
    )
    (
    1= n## ### ####
    2= n### ## ####
    3= n### ### ####
    4= n### #### ####
    5= n### # ####
    )]
    Last edited by rambutan; 09-29-2008 at 03:56 PM.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Frank8 View Post
    @ rambutan
    if you are not contrary I will add your SG, MY, ID, & TH with Lebanon
    in next release of CallerID Fix Collection
    Hi Frank8,

    You're welcomed to add them in your CallerID Fix Collection. I actually did all my work based on your hard analysis work on the format of the UIDefaultFormats.phoneformat file.

    Would've downloaded your Fix collection too if it had the countries I want but as you know, I'm a format junkie so I like to do my own formats.

    So THANK YOU very much. Oh and @JoVR, this goes to you too!

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    @frozzbyte,

    You can look through all the posts by Frank8 & JoVR in this thread to understand how all these are done. I'm using 0xED on a Mac and I think there's some limitation/problem with Windows HxD. Again, I'm not sure about this.

    It doesn't matter which country format you're using (yours being US) for all the phone numbers in the Address Book _WITH_ country codes. That is, your numbers must have +60 for all Malaysian numbers.

    It DOES matter when you dial local numbers like 07 456 1234 because the phone assumes you're in US and will NOT pick up MY formatting. So I think you should try to make MY your default country format.

    The key is to have the formats for ALL the countries' phone numbers properly done and with the region format selected, all your formatting will be done.

    It would be great if iPhone 3G can pick up the default region format by the telco carrier you're using at the time so when you're with Maxis, it'll use +60 format, +62 for SIM Pati, +65 for Singtel or Starhub etc. But it doesn't seem to be that way.

    I know there isn't Malaysia in the International region format settings. I'll try to find it and hack it to include MY for you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rambutan View Post
    It DOES matter when you dial local numbers like 07 456 1234 because the phone assumes you're in US and will NOT pick up MY formatting. So I think you should try to make MY your default country format.
    You can install Net.-Local Number Format (in Cydia). This makes the phone use the number formatting of the country of your SIM card, instead of the country of your region format.

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    Quote Originally Posted by iphoniak View Post
    Hi, I am using my dad's hackintosh account. My father got transfered to lebanon from california this month. Now, my phone format does not work anymore. Here, the area code is 961.

    International +961
    so, if you want to call my mobile you dial +961 3 xxx xxx or +961 70 xxx xxx, same with sms.
    mobile to mobile (03) xxx xxx or (70) xxx xxx
    landline to landline (0x) xxx xxx
    can someone help me? I am 14 years old and we don't study hex and binary yet in school.
    Frank8, can you help me please?

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    Quote Originally Posted by VladTheImpaler View Post
    Hi,

    I have tried to use the Excel script but unfortunately my dialer also crashes. Then I tried to do it by hand - the same result. Help would be greatly appreciated Here is what I am trying to end up with:

    X>=, <= X, Max lengt, string
    1 digit match
    1 9 3 str4
    1 9 4 str5
    2 2 8 str6
    8 8 9 str7
    2 digits match
    31 79 7 str2
    31 79 8 str3
    3 digits match
    700 700 8 str1
    800 800 8 str1
    900 900 8 str1

    [Number formats]
    srt1 n### ## ###
    str2 (n##) ## ###
    str3 (n##) ### ###
    str4 ###
    str5 ####
    str6 (n#) ### ####
    str7 (n###) ### ###

    And the final result is
    000000140000009C0000000300000030003030000000000100 04000100000009000000030000002700000001000000090000 00040000002B00000002000000020000000800000130000000 0800000008000000090000013E000000020002001F0000004F 000000070000000C0000001F0000004F000000080000001900 000003000300BC020000BC0200000800000100000000200300 00200300000800000100000000840300008403000008000001 000000006E2323232023232023232300286E23232920232320 23232300286E23232920232323202323230023232300232323 2300286E232920232323202323232300286E23232329202323 232023232300

    and when i put this is my dialer crashes. I have been battling this for two days now and with no success. I tried using less number formats with less rules but the result was the same - crashing dialer.

    This is my country's header (Bulgaria):
    3335390062670000E8010000
    And I change it to:
    3335390062670000C0560000

    As I said above, any help would be greatly appreciated.

    Thanks in advance

    I had the same problem. Two things to check:

    1. Excel script tells to modify jump address Country header to C0 56 and paste your hex code to 0x6135. Take a note C0 56 + A78 = 0x6138 not 0x6135. So add 3 bytes at end of file (at 0x6135) and then paste you hex code (at 0x6138).

    2. My dialer crashes after entering second number in the dialer, but not all number combinations forces crash. My workaround not to use "n" in the phone formats. I still did not found the real reason of crash. Maybe it is somehow related to country code length. I live in Lithuania (+370), working examples in the forum: Belgium (+32), Australia (+61). What is your country code?

    P.S. Sorry for my poor english (not my native language)


 

 

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