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Discuss Is UIPhoneFormats.plist gone on firmware 2.1? at the PwnageTool - Hackint0sh.org; Originally Posted by Ezio Hi Frank8 ! I'm in Vietnam and i'm using iphone 4s ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ezio View Post
    Hi Frank8 ! I'm in Vietnam and i'm using iphone 4s . I installed " CallerID fix for Fw5.x" but it doesn't work, and now i have to add "+84" before the numbers. Ex : i have to call +84 999xxxxx instead of 0 999xxxx. Can you hellp me fix it ? Thank you very much

    Vietnam is not modified from "CallerID-Format Fix iOS 5.x" because the 5.x standard version seems to work , so you can uninstall it.

    But if you have installed is because you must have some problem.

    Are you sure that Vietnam is set in Settings->General->International->Region Format->

    Only if you use a SIM-adapter for a carrier-locked iPhone try this extra fix
    for CPActiveCountryCode = vn (Vietnam)

    save original file (if present):
    /private/var/mobile/Library/Preferences/com.apple.AppSupport.plist
    substitute with (or copy) :
    http://rapidshare.com/files/16217839...ort.plist.html
    check file permissions = 644 (owner:rw- group:r-- world:r--) should already be
    and restart.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Frank8 View Post
    Vietnam is not modified from "CallerID-Format Fix iOS 5.x" because the 5.x standard version seems to work , so you can uninstall it.

    But if you have installed is because you must have some problem.

    Are you sure that Vietnam is set in Settings->General->International->Region Format->

    Only if you use a SIM-adapter for a carrier-locked iPhone try this extra fix
    for CPActiveCountryCode = vn (Vietnam)

    save original file (if present):
    /private/var/mobile/Library/Preferences/com.apple.AppSupport.plist
    substitute with (or copy) :
    http://rapidshare.com/files/16217839...ort.plist.html
    check file permissions = 644 (owner:rw- group:r-- world:r--) should already be
    and restart.
    It worked, thank you very much :-x


    // I have a problem on iphone 4S Sprint, it doesn't work. It's working on At&t, Verizon ..... I don't know why
    // Carrier's number support doesn't show. Ex: 1800 1090, i saved in my contact but it doesn't show
    Can you fix it ? Tks
    Last edited by Ezio; 03-04-2012 at 12:43 PM.

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    Hi Frank. Can you make such thing for Ukraine?
    (098)112-11-11
    +38(098)112-11-11
    8(098)112-11-11
    38(098)112-11-11

    When I installed your format fix for os 5, it look so:
    0(98)112-11-11
    +380981121111
    380981121111
    80981121111

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    Quote Originally Posted by aow View Post
    Hi Frank. Can you make such thing for Ukraine?
    (098)112-11-11
    +38(098)112-11-11
    8(098)112-11-11
    38(098)112-11-11

    When I installed your format fix for os 5, it look so:
    0(98)112-11-11
    +380981121111
    380981121111
    80981121111

    Although the latter two do not seem valid numbers
    I suppose that are four representation of same number (should match together)
    and the format that I can do is this:

    0 (98) 112-11-11
    +380 (98) 112-11-11
    80 (98) 112-11-11
    380 (98) 112-11-11

    Save original file:
    /System/Library/PrivateFrameworks/AppSupport.framework/Default.phoneformat
    substitute with:
    https://rapidshare.com/files/4158298...lt.phoneformat
    check file permissions = 644 (owner:rw- group:r-- world:r--) should already be
    and restart.

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    Thanks, it works great.


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    Hi, Frank
    I have iPhone 4, iOS 5.0.1 Factory unlocked. I installed CallerID-Format Fix iOS 5.x from Cydia Store, but I have problems with format of number.
    I live in Kyrgyzstan. I have +996 code of country, 3-4 digits in code of city (for example, my town Karabalta has town code 3133), our capital Bishkek has city code 312, towns have 5 digits in phone number (for example, my phone number is +996 (3133) 7 22 XX), cities have 6 digits in phone number (eg. +996 (312) 55 55 55) Cellular operators have 3 digits in code and 6 digits in numbers (eg. +996 (555) 001 8XX).
    With CallerID-Format Fix iOS 5.x I have:
    city/town numbers - good format - +996 (3133) 7 22 XX, +996 (312) 22 55 66
    cellular numbers - bad format - I see at iPhone +996 (55) 100 18 XX, but i want to see +996 (551) 001 8XX or +996 (551) 00 18 51 or +996 (551) 001851.
    Can you help me?
    My practise says that CallerID-Format Fix iOS 5.x "knows" what number of city codes and what number of cellular codes. I explain: 4 digits of town code + 5 digits of town number (4+5=9), 3 digits of city code + 6 digits of city number (3+6=9) and 3 digits of cellular code + 6 digits of cellular number (3+6=9). when I typing 3133, iphone add () around 3133 and I get (3133), but when I typing 5555, iphone give me (55) 55.

    My opinion, that CallerID-Format Fix iOS 5.x needs local database with all city codes of KG-stan and all cellular codes of KG-stan.
    Last edited by cepbl4; 03-19-2012 at 08:38 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cepbl4 View Post
    Hi, Frank
    I have iPhone 4, iOS 5.0.1 Factory unlocked. I installed CallerID-Format Fix iOS 5.x from Cydia Store, but I have problems with format of number.
    I live in Kyrgyzstan. I have +996 code of country, 3-4 digits in code of city (for example, my town Karabalta has town code 3133), our capital Bishkek has city code 312, towns have 5 digits in phone number (for example, my phone number is +996 (3133) 7 22 XX), cities have 6 digits in phone number (eg. +996 (312) 55 55 55) Cellular operators have 3 digits in code and 6 digits in numbers (eg. +996 (555) 001 8XX).
    With CallerID-Format Fix iOS 5.x I have:
    city/town numbers - good format - +996 (3133) 7 22 XX, +996 (312) 22 55 66
    cellular numbers - bad format - I see at iPhone +996 (55) 100 18 XX, but i want to see +996 (551) 001 8XX or +996 (551) 00 18 51 or +996 (551) 001851.
    Can you help me?
    My practise says that CallerID-Format Fix iOS 5.x "knows" what number of city codes and what number of cellular codes. I explain: 4 digits of town code + 5 digits of town number (4+5=9), 3 digits of city code + 6 digits of city number (3+6=9) and 3 digits of cellular code + 6 digits of cellular number (3+6=9). when I typing 3133, iphone add () around 3133 and I get (3133), but when I typing 5555, iphone give me (55) 55.

    My opinion, that CallerID-Format Fix iOS 5.x needs local database with all city codes of KG-stan and all cellular codes of KG-stan.

    Ok, for small_cities= (####) # ## ## and big_cities/mobiles= (###) ## ## ##
    save original file:
    /System/Library/PrivateFrameworks/AppSupport.framework/Default.phoneformat
    substitute with:
    https://rapidshare.com/files/3257147...lt.phoneformat
    check file permissions = 644 (owner:rw- group:r-- world:r--) should already be
    and restart.

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    Thanks a lot. Its excellent.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frank8 View Post
    Ok, for small_cities= (####) # ## ## and big_cities/mobiles= (###) ## ## ##
    save original file:
    /System/Library/PrivateFrameworks/AppSupport.framework/Default.phoneformat
    substitute with:
    https://rapidshare.com/files/3257147...lt.phoneformat
    check file permissions = 644 (owner:rw- group:r-- world:r--) should already be
    and restart.
    hello Frank,

    I'm in tremendous need of your help. I have the same caller ID issue that most people have with their CDMA phones running iOS 5.0.1. With my GSM iphone 4 running 5.0.1; the cydia tweak caller-id fix worked perfectly. It's not working the same for the CDMA (Verizon) in Yemen. I have 2 CDMA iPhone 4 and 1 iPhone 4S (CDMA- but running Gevey Ultra S Sim; now running on a local network.)

    Here's my problem.

    None of these tweaks work for Yemen. I'll explain the format:
    Country Code +967

    Cell Phones: +967(XXX XXX XXX) (but when you dial from a cell all you need are the 9 digits ######### - no space no gap)

    Land Lines are a little different: In order to call a land line it's just 8 digits (########)

    now the problem with the cydia tweak is that how the number shows up on the caller ID and how you're able to type it in on the person's contact info comes out differently.


    PLEASE help.
    molta graci

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    Quote Originally Posted by CptnBlackTurban View Post
    hello Frank,

    I'm in tremendous need of your help. I have the same caller ID issue that most people have with their CDMA phones running iOS 5.0.1. With my GSM iphone 4 running 5.0.1; the cydia tweak caller-id fix worked perfectly. It's not working the same for the CDMA (Verizon) in Yemen. I have 2 CDMA iPhone 4 and 1 iPhone 4S (CDMA- but running Gevey Ultra S Sim; now running on a local network.)

    Here's my problem.

    None of these tweaks work for Yemen. I'll explain the format:
    Country Code +967

    Cell Phones: +967(XXX XXX XXX) (but when you dial from a cell all you need are the 9 digits ######### - no space no gap)

    Land Lines are a little different: In order to call a land line it's just 8 digits (########)

    now the problem with the cydia tweak is that how the number shows up on the caller ID and how you're able to type it in on the person's contact info comes out differently.


    PLEASE help.
    molta graci

    Spaces are only displayed but eliminated during the call,
    if GSM was OK but not CDMA probably your country is not recognized

    for CPActiveCountryCode = ye (Yemen) try this extra fix
    save original file (if present):
    /private/var/mobile/Library/Preferences/com.apple.AppSupport.plist
    substitute with (or copy) :
    https://rapidshare.com/files/2255707...pSupport.plist
    check file permissions = 644 (owner:rw- group:r-- world:r--) should already be
    and restart.


 

 

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