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Discuss Is UIPhoneFormats.plist gone on firmware 2.1? at the PwnageTool - Hackint0sh.org; Originally Posted by doobi18 I FOUND A SOLUTION!!! Merely open the UIDefaultFormats.phoneformat with TextMate on ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by doobi18 View Post
    I FOUND A SOLUTION!!!



    Merely open the UIDefaultFormats.phoneformat with TextMate on Mac, and it will format it all nicely like a plist file four our editing pleasure



    doobi18
    nice.....too bad it isn't on windows but whatever...nice


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    yeah... go right along and ignore that

    turns out the file i was testing with was actually the original UIPhoneFormats.plist names as this... whoops

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    Wink

    OK, a hint: use the strings command under Terminal.app to open the UIDefaultFormats.phoneformat file, and you will only see the phone formats in "#", plus some area codes. From there maybe you can find ways to edit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by doobi18 View Post
    yeah... go right along and ignore that

    turns out the file i was testing with was actually the original UIPhoneFormats.plist names as this... whoops
    hehehehe.....LOL.... i just purchased textmate for mac to edit the plist files.....! oh well......LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by iPhonr View Post
    OK, a hint: use the strings command under Terminal.app to open the UIDefaultFormats.phoneformat file, and you will only see the phone formats in "#", plus some area codes. From there maybe you can find ways to edit.
    can you please elaborate a bit (i'm not too good w/ terninal)


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    Quote Originally Posted by volkspost View Post
    Unfortunately you cant. This (UIDefaultFormats.phoneformat) is a binary that neither PlistEditor Pro nor property List Editor can deal with. We are still investigating what kind it is.
    i am not sure if this helps but i researched and found out that BBedit can convert binaries in mac plists into xml format for editing purposes. Volkspost, would this help you?

    Also, check out this post/link http://www.cocoabuilder.com/archive/...2008/7/7/22931
    Last edited by iphoniak; 09-15-2008 at 02:02 PM. Reason: add

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    Quote Originally Posted by iphoniak View Post
    i am not sure if this helps but i researched and found out that BBedit can convert binaries in mac plists into xml format for editing purposes. Volkspost, would this help you?

    Also, check out this post/link http://www.cocoabuilder.com/archive/...2008/7/7/22931
    Thx for the input, but this was the first thing I did. BTW: I am using the "little brother of BBEdit" called TextWrangler, it's free.
    You can use any plain Text editor to open the file. You can see then that there seem to be formatting structures. But other then an XML document with variables and values this one does not have it.
    We#Ll find a way ;-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by iPhonr View Post
    OK, a hint: use the strings command under Terminal.app to open the UIDefaultFormats.phoneformat file, and you will only see the phone formats in "#", plus some area codes. From there maybe you can find ways to edit.
    Good one! You're right!

    This is what the file looks like:

    Code:
    ### ##########
    #### ########
    # ########
    ##### ##########
    n# ### ## ## ##
    ####
    n### ## ## ## ##
    n# ### ####
    n## #######
    n## ### ####
    (n## ##) ####-####
    (n##) ####-####
    ####-####
    (##) ####-####
    n# ### ## ##
    n## ### ## ##
    ###-###-####
    ###-####-####
    n##-########
    ###-###-#####
    #####
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    ### ### ###
    ####
    n ### ### ###
    ### ##########
    ## ##########
    ##### ##########
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    ## ## ## ##
    ####
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    ## #########
    ## ########
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    ### ######
    # ##########
    n# ## ## ## ##
    n### ### ###
    n### ### ###
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    n### ### ###
    n# ## ## ## ##
    n### ### ###
    ## ## ######
    #### ######
    ### ## #####
    ### #######
    ##### #####
    #### ####
    ## ##############
    ### ######
    ## #######
    (##) ######
    ### ##############
    (#) #######
    n ## ### ###
    n ## ### ####
    ### ###
    ### ####
    n # ### ####
    ## ########
    ### ########
    #### ########
    #########
    003##
    005 006
    007##
    n#-####-####
    n###-###-####
    n#-###-####
    n##-####-####
    n##-###-####
    ####-####
    ####
    n###-####-####
    (n ##) ### ###
    (n #) ### ####
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    ## ## ##
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    n## #######
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    n### ### ###
    ##/### ## ##
    n#/#### ####
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    n##-#######
    n#-########
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    n##-###-####
    n###-###-###
    n###-#####
    n##-######
    ###-####
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    c (###) ###-####
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    18 ###
    ## #### ####
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    # #### ####
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    n### ### ###
    ######
    ## ## ##
    (##) #########
    (#) ########
    (n##) #######
    #### #####
    (n##) #######
    I'm guessing "n" stands for the country code, which is pulled from a different pref.plist, so we need to edit this...

    hmmm.... :hack:


    You know... I'm thinking maybe we don't need to alter this file at all. All the number formats and masks available seem to be there. Maybe we need to find the "other" pref file where you tell the phone you're in a supported country...

    hmmm...

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    "Has anyone tried this app? Just trying to get some confirmation before installing it myself. Seems it has support for Costa Rica"

    For Costa Rica format you can use temporary the format for Brazil ####-####

    Settings/General/Internationa/Region Format/Brazil

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tobe View Post
    "Has anyone tried this app? Just trying to get some confirmation before installing it myself. Seems it has support for Costa Rica"

    For Costa Rica format you can use temporary the format for Brazil ####-####

    Settings/General/Internationa/Region Format/Brazil
    hmmm...are you sure? I tried it and did not work. I'm trying to fix the same issue with sms, when I receive one it comes with the +506 appended to the beggining of the number and does not recognize my contact name. I guess it has to do with country code from Brazil being +40, so country codes do not match.


 

 

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