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Discuss Is UIPhoneFormats.plist gone on firmware 2.1? at the PwnageTool - Hackint0sh.org; Originally Posted by tmfromer Hi Frank8, Thanks for the quick reply! Has there been any ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by tmfromer View Post
    Hi Frank8,

    Thanks for the quick reply!

    Has there been any progress on a converted from the old rules format to the new one?

    I tried the Excel method for many hours, but I was completely unsuccessful

    Thanks.
    Personal Format Generator is always in To Do List.


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    Quote Originally Posted by yoshiki View Post

    PhoneNumberTemplates.plist may be no problem...
    But, without "ja" for UIDefaultFormats.phoneformat, Net.-Local Number format in Japan doesn't work.
    I suggest you to add International.plist in CallerID Fix Collection. Phone number like "4085551212" can't use in Japan.


    I also tested this order:
    ( 5 , 10 ,
    ( 4 , 34 ,
    ( 3 , 7 ,
    ( 2 , 21 ,
    ( 3 , 7 ,
    ( 4 , 34 ,
    ( 5 , 10 ,

    and got result:
    +81 863-66-3333 and 0863-66-3333
    +81 9969-3-3333 and 09969-3-3333
    but it's large(about 6.7KB for only Japanese rules)... Is this ok?
    If "ja" and "jp" must be used in UIDefaultFormats.phoneformat....

    Phone number in International.plist is used only in example page?

    With many rules each country slows itself , not the others ,
    this is an advantage of firmware 2.1 .

    I have no ideas at moment but a simplest way should exist .

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    Hello Fank8,

    I live in gambia can u show forward me to the file

    com.apple.AppSupport.plist

    that include gambia, gm in it.

    I tried to convert my plist file , but i didn't find CPNetworkCountryCode in it at all

    BR
    Last edited by shahbour; 10-24-2008 at 04:50 PM. Reason: Updates

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    Woooooooooooow!
    You are realy fast.
    Thank you for the response.
    I hope the best for you.
    Best regards from Chile.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shahbour View Post
    Hello Fank8,

    I live in gambia can u show forward me to the file

    com.apple.AppSupport.plist

    that include gambia, gm in it.

    I tried to convert my plist file , but i didn't find CPNetworkCountryCode in it at all

    BR
    Yes , if you use a sim unlock adapter
    (you can also get uk example an modify to gm)

    but Gambia is not included in CallerID Fix Collection
    and I need an example of number length , how saved
    and how received , for template file .
    Is correct 7 digits (excluding +220) and no trunk prefix ?


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    Hello Frank8

    Yes Gambia is
    +220 XXXXXXX

    All operators fix and mobile are 7 digit numbers and the country code is 220 , no trunk or prefix before any operator.

    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by shahbour View Post
    Hello Frank8

    Yes Gambia is
    +220 XXXXXXX

    All operators fix and mobile are 7 digit numbers and the country code is 220 , no trunk or prefix before any operator.

    Thanks
    Test kit for Gambia is here:
    http://rapidshare.com/files/15721561...t_kit.zip.html

    Save original ,substitute and restart:
    /System/Library/PrivateFrameworks/AppSupport.framework/PhoneNumberTemplates.plist

    the others two files are an extra fix for sim unlock adapter

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    @ alexh , regonzam , Dimitri99

    (9) 677-7555
    (96) 333-4444
    +56 (9) 677-7555
    +56 (96) 333-4444

    Updated test file for Chile is here:
    http://rapidshare.com/files/15721505...oneformat.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frank8 View Post
    Test kit for Gambia is here:
    http://rapidshare.com/files/15721561...t_kit.zip.html

    Save original ,substitute and restart:
    /System/Library/PrivateFrameworks/AppSupport.framework/PhoneNumberTemplates.plist

    the others two files are an extra fix for sim unlock adapter
    Hello Frank8
    Thanks for the quick update, i scp the three files like this

    /private/var/mobile/Library/Preferences/com.apple.AppSupport.plist

    /System/Library/Frameworks/UIKit.framework/PhoneFormats/UIMobileCountryCodes.plist

    /System/Library/Frameworks/UIKit.framework/PhoneFormats/PhoneNumberTemplates.plist

    and tried it , but it didn't work. How can i debug that.

    note : What should i put in thre Setting/General/International/RegionForamt/ , does the value here have any thing with this ?

    Thanks
    Shahbour

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    Quote Originally Posted by shahbour View Post
    Hello Frank8
    Thanks for the quick update, i scp the three files like this

    /private/var/mobile/Library/Preferences/com.apple.AppSupport.plist

    /System/Library/Frameworks/UIKit.framework/PhoneFormats/UIMobileCountryCodes.plist

    /System/Library/Frameworks/UIKit.framework/PhoneFormats/PhoneNumberTemplates.plist

    and tried it , but it didn't work. How can i debug that.

    note : What should i put in thre Setting/General/International/RegionForamt/ , does the value here have any thing with this ?

    Thanks
    Shahbour
    attention to directory:
    /System/Library/PrivateFrameworks/AppSupport.framework/PhoneNumberTemplates.plist

    save or rename original file , substitute with new , respring or restart.

    Region Format is indifferent for Caller ID (is for number format)


 

 

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