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    Quote Originally Posted by sirkako View Post
    Nop. That didn't do it for me, but thanks!
    Not working for me too


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    Quote Originally Posted by sirkako View Post
    Jut open terminal, type "strings" at the prompt and drag the UIDefaultFormats.phoneformat file to the Terminal window and hit return.

    The full command should look likt this:

    "$: strings /Users/YOU/Desktop/UIDefaultFormats.phoneformat"

    if the file is on your desktop.
    You have converted the .phoneformat using the strings command, edited, and replaced the original ?

    I guess this should not works fine...

    Regards

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    Quote Originally Posted by sirkako View Post
    Jut open terminal, type "strings" at the prompt and drag the UIDefaultFormats.phoneformat file to the Terminal window and hit return.

    The full command should look likt this:

    "$: strings /Users/YOU/Desktop/UIDefaultFormats.phoneformat"

    if the file is on your desktop.
    I've open this file. Open terminal, type strings and then drag the file into terminal and it will open it. However, what's the use of opening it?

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    If can be useful this is my experience for "CallerID Fix Collection"

    Old UIPhoneFormat.plist original for Italy was not working

    0## ####
    0# #########
    +39 #########

    My UIPhoneFormat.plist fixed for Italy :

    +39 02 #########
    +39 06 #########
    +39 0#0 ########
    +39 0#1 ########
    +39 0#5 ########
    +39 0#9 ########
    +39 0### #######
    +39 3## ########
    +39 800-########


    New original 2.1 binary UIDefaultFormats.phoneformat
    (manually disassembled) for Italy is not perfect
    but very close and fast.

    39 it ; +39 Italy
    0x0014 ; start
    0x015C ; ??
    0x0003 ( "" 00 ) ; no trunk , international+ = 00
    3 17 ; array_3[17]
    (
    089 091 11 3 0x0C ; if (091 >= XXX => 089) L= 11 = 3+8
    095 095 11 3 0x0C ; if ( XXX == 095) L= 11 = 3+8
    099 099 11 3 0x0C ; if ( XXX == 099) L= 11 = 3+8
    010 011 11 3 0x0C ; if (011 >= XXX => 010) L= 11 = 3+8
    015 015 11 3 0x0C ; if ( XXX == 015) L= 11 = 3+8
    019 019 11 3 0x0C ; if ( XXX == 019) L= 11 = 3+8
    030 031 11 3 0x0C ; if (031 >= XXX => 030) L= 11 = 3+8
    035 035 11 3 0x0C ; if ( XXX == 035) L= 11 = 3+8
    039 041 11 3 0x0C ; if (041 >= XXX => 039) L= 11 = 3+8
    045 045 11 3 0x0C ; if ( XXX == 045) L= 11 = 3+8
    049 051 11 3 0x0C ; if (051 >= XXX => 049) L= 11 = 3+8
    055 055 11 3 0x0C ; if ( XXX == 055) L= 11 = 3+8
    070 071 11 3 0x0C ; if (071 >= XXX => 070) L= 11 = 3+8
    075 075 11 3 0x0C ; if ( XXX == 075) L= 11 = 3+8
    079 081 11 3 0x0C ; if (081 >= XXX == 079) L= 11 = 3+8
    085 085 11 3 0x0C ; if ( XXX == 085) L= 11 = 3+8
    059 059 11 3 0x0C ; if ( XXX == 059) L= 11 = 3+8
    )
    2 2 ; array_2[2]
    (
    02 02 10 2 0x00 ; if ( XX == 02) L= 10 = 2+8
    06 06 10 2 0x00 ; if ( XX == 02) L= 10 = 2+8
    )
    1 2 ; array_1[2]
    (
    3 9 11 3 0x0C ; if ( 9 >= X => 3 ) L= 11 = 3+8
    0 9 12 4 0x19 ; if ( 9 >= X => 0 ) L= 12 = 4+8
    )
    (
    ## ######## ; (+39) 2+8
    ### ######## ; (+39) 3+8
    #### ######## ; (+39) 4+8
    )

    Number formatting is not my primary target and for 2.1 is disabled,
    but I am thinking to an application to dis/assemble this file.

    P.S. the file name make me think that may exist also a:
    UIOperatorFormats.phoneformat for UK-O2 apparently unsupported.

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    Well it seems at least the sms problem got fixed by only replacing the PhoneNumberTemplates.plist file. That's nice!

    Now all I need is number masking.


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    Anybody did yet?
    PcOnline
    iPhone 8Gb OTB 1.0.2 --> up to 1.1.2 --> works well!
    iPhone 8Gb OTB 1.1.2 --> 2.1 - Good now!
    MacBook Black 2.2 Leopard

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    Frank,

    How did you disassemble the file? I tried Separator on OSX but I didn't get as far as you did.

    I can see the country codes at the beginning of the file and then various formating options clustered further along.

    There must be something in the country code array that identifies which formats apply to it.

    Does anybody know if there is any new info about this in the 2.1SDK?

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    spare,

    I have disassembled it manually from an editor binary dump ,
    no public tools are useful (is my opinion) .

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    Another message here from someone who'd appreciate this. The lack of formatting for Australian numbers sucks, and yet once again they've changed the format on me. I have tried looking at the file but it's in such an odd format. Perhaps someone will have to write a tool to edit it? Maybe there's no hope at all, and it's just using the messy internal structure of the iPhone's Phone.app in an external file? Ugh.

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    If we open the UIDefaulFormats.phoneformat file with 0xED (Mac) application it shows all the bynary numbers for each Country, just write your Country code in the search field.

    A guy from China post (#5) something about how he change those numbers to obtain the right format:

    http://www.weiphone.com/thread-162620-1-1.html

    Maybe somebody here knows how to change this binary numbers, I remember with FW1.1 this was the solution.
    Last edited by Tobe; 09-17-2008 at 05:21 PM.


 

 

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