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    Thanks a lot, when do u implement this on cydia


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    Quote Originally Posted by shahbour View Post
    Thanks a lot, when do u implement this on cydia
    Generally every 2 or 3 weeks .

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    Can someone make file for Lithuania? Or is there instructions anywhere? I'm experienced on working on old plist format
    THE list:
    +370 6xx xxxxx < mobile
    8 6xx xxxxx < mobile

    +370 3xx xxxxx < landline
    +370 4xx xxxxx < landline
    +370 5xx xxxxx < landline
    +370 41 xxxxxx < landline
    +370 46 xxxxxx < landline
    +370 45 xxxxxx < landline
    +370 37 xxxxxx < landline
    +370 5 xxxxxxx < landline

    8 3xx xxxxx < landline
    8 4xx xxxxx < landline
    8 5xx xxxxx < landline
    8 41 xxxxxx < landline
    8 46 xxxxxx < landline
    8 45 xxxxxx < landline
    8 37 xxxxxx < landline
    8 5 xxxxxxx < landline

    Or is there some fix, that at least disables the quotes, etc?
    Last edited by dzhiurgis; 10-30-2008 at 01:18 AM. Reason: added information
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    Default More complete format for Argentina

    Frank8, I have the following rules for Argentina, that work with Buenos Aires and South Regions.

    The old one is ...

    +54 9 11 # #### ####
    +54 9 11 #### ####
    +54 11 # #### ####
    +54 11 #### ####
    54 9 11 # #### ####
    54 9 11 #### ####
    54 11 # #### ####
    54 11 #### ####
    11 # #### ####
    11 #### ####
    +54 ### ### ####
    +54 9 ### ### ####
    54 ### ### ####
    54 9 ### ### ####
    15 #### ####
    15 ### ####
    0800 ### ####
    0810 ### ####
    0600 ### ####
    0610 ### ####
    0609 ### ####
    ### #### ####
    ### ### ####
    #### ####
    ### ####
    ######
    #####
    ####

    Thanks !!!

    Demian

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    I'm complementing Apple's rules for Brazil. To my knowledge, there seems to be missing the rules for 0300/0800/0900 special toll numbers (split-toll, toll-free, extra-toll) as well as a rule to format international dial out numbers.

    these two were implemented in the previou setup with

    (0#00) ##-####
    (0#00) ###-####
    (0#00) ####-####
    (00##) $

    The first 3 (for the possible sizes of the special toll numbers) are easy to write the rules (1 rule set with 9 rules).
    I've done it and it's working fine.

    But I found no simple way to handle the last one, given that the country IDD prefix is 00 and the following 2 numbers is the carrier selection. Since the number of carriers is limited, I could use:

    Carriers: 21, 31, 41 (there are a few more, but this will do for the example)

    X>=21, X<=21, LMAX=22, Bytes 11/12=02 01
    X>=31, X<=31, LMAX=22, Bytes 11/12=02 01
    X>=41, X<=41, LMAX=22, Bytes 11/12=02 01

    All mapping to the same string: (n##) #### #### #### #### ####

    Assuming that 20 digits is plenty for international numbers.

    Any ideas?


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    Quote Originally Posted by aviegas View Post
    I'm complementing Apple's rules for Brazil. To my knowledge, there seems to be missing the rules for 0300/0800/0900 special toll numbers (split-toll, toll-free, extra-toll) as well as a rule to format international dial out numbers.

    these two were implemented in the previou setup with

    (0#00) ##-####
    (0#00) ###-####
    (0#00) ####-####
    (00##) $

    The first 3 (for the possible sizes of the special toll numbers) are easy to write the rules (1 rule set with 9 rules).
    I've done it and it's working fine.

    But I found no simple way to handle the last one, given that the country IDD prefix is 00 and the following 2 numbers is the carrier selection. Since the number of carriers is limited, I could use:

    Carriers: 21, 31, 41 (there are a few more, but this will do for the example)

    X>=21, X<=21, LMAX=22, Bytes 11/12=02 01
    X>=31, X<=31, LMAX=22, Bytes 11/12=02 01
    X>=41, X<=41, LMAX=22, Bytes 11/12=02 01

    All mapping to the same string: (n##) #### #### #### #### ####

    Assuming that 20 digits is plenty for international numbers.

    Any ideas?
    Standard 2.1 format rules for Brasil are:

    ( 55 , br , L)
    [
    ( L1 , L2 , 1 , ( 0 , 00 ))
    ( 1 , 4 ,
    ( 1 , 9 , 8 , 2 , 0 , str_35 )
    ( 1 , 9 , 10 , 2 , 0 , str_45 )
    ( 1 , 9 , 10 , 2 , 1 , str_19 )
    ( 1 , 9 , 12 , 2 , 1 , str_00 )
    (
    str_00 (n## ##) ####-####
    str_19 (n##) ####-####
    str_35 ####-####
    str_45 (##) ####-####
    )]

    Yes , special numbers 0300/0800/0900 are not included ,
    two-digits carrier selection code is included but
    only within Brazil (021 xx) xxxx-xxxx

    For international carrier selection I suggest to try:

    ( L1 , L2 , 1 , ( 0 , 00## ))
    or
    ( L1 , L2 , 1 , ( 0 , 0021 , 0031 , 0041 ))

    string selection is automatically redirected to new country prefix
    Last edited by Frank8; 11-09-2008 at 09:49 PM.

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    Thank you Frank for help with the caller ID fix. I need to edit UIDefaultFormats.phoneformat file to work in Kuwait.

    The rules are:

    (+965) #### #### (8 Digit for land line and mobile)
    (+965) 1 ### ### (7 Digit service numbers)

    Is there a program to use so I can edit the file, OR, Maybe some could cook me a file.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kill the iphone View Post
    Thank you Frank for help with the caller ID fix. I need to edit UIDefaultFormats.phoneformat file to work in Kuwait.

    The rules are:

    (+965) #### #### (8 Digit for land line and mobile)
    (+965) 1 ### ### (7 Digit service numbers)

    Is there a program to use so I can edit the file, OR, Maybe some could cook me a file.
    Very simple , only two rules , no parenthesis allowed for international prefixes

    ( 965 , kw , L )
    [
    ( L1 , L2 , 1 , ( 0 , 00 ))
    ( 1 , 2 ,
    ( 1 , 1 , 7 , 0 , 1 , str_11 )
    ( 2 , 9 , 8 , 0 , 1 , str_00 )
    (
    str_00 n#### ####
    str_11 n# ### ###
    )]

    file is here:
    http://rapidshare.com/files/16289801...oneformat.html
    Last edited by Frank8; 11-12-2008 at 12:16 AM. Reason: file

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frank8 View Post
    Very simple , only two rules , no parenthesis allowed for international prefixes

    ( 965 , kw , L )
    [
    ( L1 , L2 , 1 , ( 0 , 00 ))
    ( 1 , 2 ,
    ( 1 , 1 , 7 , 0 , 1 , str_11 )
    ( 2 , 9 , 8 , 0 , 1 , str_00 )
    (
    str_00 n#### ####
    str_11 n# ### ###
    )]

    file is here:
    http://rapidshare.com/files/16289801...oneformat.html
    Thank you Frank, most appreciated.

    What program do you use to edit the file? (I'm using mac)

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    Quote Originally Posted by kill the iphone View Post
    Thank you Frank, most appreciated.

    What program do you use to edit the file? (I'm using mac)
    I use 0xED (a good hexadecimal editor , free)
    your fix is from address 6138 to 6185 , at the end of file.


 

 

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