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    Quote Originally Posted by pvinis View Post
    how do you change this file? I need to change it too.. Can you tell me what to open it with, or can I tell you what I need and someone to fix it?
    UIDefaultFormats.phoneformat is a set of binary rules , not easy to modify (with an hexadecimal editor) ,
    try Format Fix for 2.2 (Cydia Localization) , a fix collection for about 50 countries .


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    I need the UK region format, but the number of the phone number to have no space between them. does format fix have that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by pvinis View Post
    I need the UK region format, but the number of the phone number to have no space between them. does format fix have that?
    If you avoid any kind of number formatting (for every Region Format)

    SAVE original file:
    /System/Library/Frameworks/UIKit.framework/PhoneFormats/UIDefaultFormats.phoneformat

    for Unformatted substitute with:
    RapidShare: Easy Filehosting

    and restart.

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    thank you. I will try that

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    Hi all! I was wondering if it would be possible to edit the UK region format so that the phone numbers use this layout. Iíve found that the Venezuela format has the correct settings for how I would like the number to appear, but when I input 44 as the country code rather than 58 it defaults to the standard UK settings regardless of the region the phone itself is set to.

    The UK region settings I would ideally like on the phone:
    Including country code: +44 (xxx) xxx-xxxx
    Without country code: 0 (xxx) xxx-xxxx


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    Quote Originally Posted by Xavie View Post
    Hi all! I was wondering if it would be possible to edit the UK region format so that the phone numbers use this layout. Iíve found that the Venezuela format has the correct settings for how I would like the number to appear, but when I input 44 as the country code rather than 58 it defaults to the standard UK settings regardless of the region the phone itself is set to.

    The UK region settings I would ideally like on the phone:
    Including country code: +44 (xxx) xxx-xxxx
    Without country code: 0 (xxx) xxx-xxxx
    Simply UK redirected to VE

    save original file:
    /System/Library/Frameworks/UIKit.framework/PhoneFormats/UIDefaultFormats.phoneformat

    substitute with:
    RapidShare: Easy Filehosting

    and restart .

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    i have a problem with this file...
    on the previous iphone (3g 2.2.1 jb) I used the one you gave me and it worked just fine.
    on the new iphone (same... 3g 2.2.1 jb) when i replace the file, whenever i go to settings->general->international, or the keypad, it just throws me out on the menu... whats going on?

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    Quote Originally Posted by pvinis View Post
    i have a problem with this file...
    on the previous iphone (3g 2.2.1 jb) I used the one you gave me and it worked just fine.
    on the new iphone (same... 3g 2.2.1 jb) when i replace the file, whenever i go to settings->general->international, or the keypad, it just throws me out on the menu... whats going on?
    Check file permission = 644 after substitution

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    :O
    thank you

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    Thanks Frank8! Your last format fix file for Chile worked like a charm!

    I'm just having one issue though, the Caller ID fix works wrong, because if I have a cell with number 9323-6622 and another with number 8323-6622 shows that is the same person, and the same happens with (02) 123-4567 and (032) 123-4567. The problem is that landlines have less numbers than cells, so I don't know if there is a general solution for this.


 

 

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