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Discuss Is UIPhoneFormats.plist gone on firmware 2.1? at the PwnageTool - Hackint0sh.org; Originally Posted by Frank8 Ok, for small_cities= (####) # ## ## and big_cities/mobiles= (###) ## ...
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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,

    ...................

    PLEASE help.
    See post #966

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frank8 View Post
    For Georgia with iOS 5.x
    Save original file:
    /System/Library/PrivateFrameworks/AppSupport.framework/Default.phoneformat
    substitute with:
    https://rapidshare.com/files/2680469...lt.phoneformat
    check file permissions = 644 (owner:rw- group:r-- world:r--) should already be
    and restart.
    this does not work any more with iphone 4s 5.0.1 (gsm). can there be a fix for it?
    thanks

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    I am using it with gevey. maybe it messes it up ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by gioinnj View Post
    I am using it with gevey. maybe it messes it up ...

    for CPActiveCountryCode = ge (Georgia) 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/2698906...pSupport.plist
    check file permissions = 644 (owner:rw- group:r-- world:r--) should already be
    and restart.

    .plist file can be modified for any country with Xcode or TextWrangler

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frank8 View Post
    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.
    Hi Frank (and one more greeting from Ukraine),
    Thanks a lot for your help! - now my address book works for incoming calls.
    I'm wonder if you know - what should be fixed to do local calls using numbers from address book in international format (with "plus" +380)?

    I.e. my (old phone's) address book contains numbers like this
    +380 (XX) YYYYYYY (where XX is area code).

    Incoming calls are given by network like this 0XX-YYYYYYY, so your fix helped to match numbers with address book.

    But unfortunately I can't figure out how to make a calls using numbers with "+" from address book. Local calls should be made without "+" (because I'm on CDMA network, not GSM). I.e. when one chooses a number "+380 (XX) YYYYYYY" phone should dial "0(XX)YYYYYYY" (and for international call - phone should replace +1 YYY-XXXXXXX with 00 1 YYY-XXXXXXX).

    What I have done:
    1) Replaced Default.phoneformat with your fix.
    2) Patched /System/Library/Frameworks/UIKit.framework/UIPhoneFormats.plist:
    <key>ua</key>
    <array>
    <string>###-##-##</string>
    <string>##-##-##</string>
    <string>#####</string>
    <string>+380 (##) ###-##-##</string>
    <string>(0##) ###-##-##</string>
    <string>00 $</string>
    </array>

    3) Patched /System/Library/Frameworks/UIKit.framework/PhoneFormats/PhoneNumberTemplates.plist :
    <key>ua</key>
    <array>
    <array>
    <string>38</string>
    <string>00</string>
    <string>0</string>
    <integer>2</integer>
    <integer>7</integer>
    </array>
    <array>
    <string>38</string>
    <string>00</string>
    <string>0</string>
    <integer>3</integer>
    <integer>6</integer>
    </array>
    </array>


    I've changed it because "8" dialing plan is not working anymore from 2010, so actually one can't dial the phone number 8(098)112-11-11 from aow's example, just 098-112-11-11 (without 8 since early 2010). Here is ours dialing plan - Telephone numbers in Ukraine - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia .

    4) here is my com.apple.AppSupport.plist
    <key>CPActiveCountryCode</key>
    <string>ua</string>
    <key>CPHomeCountryCode</key>
    <string>us</string>
    <key>CPNetworkCountryCode</key>
    <string>ua</string>
    (I've not changed CPHomeCountryCode because thought that International Assist will require home network different from active network to work.

    5) finally after reset - tried to make a call with International Assist turned on and turned off - nothing

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    Quote Originally Posted by alexua View Post
    Hi Frank (and one more greeting from Ukraine),
    Thanks a lot for your help! - now my address book works for incoming calls.
    I'm wonder if you know - what should be fixed to do local calls using numbers from address book in international format (with "plus" +380)?

    I.e. my (old phone's) address book contains numbers like this
    +380 (XX) YYYYYYY (where XX is area code).

    Incoming calls are given by network like this 0XX-YYYYYYY, so your fix helped to match numbers with address book.

    But unfortunately I can't figure out how to make a calls using numbers with "+" from address book. Local calls should be made without "+" (because I'm on CDMA network, not GSM). I.e. when one chooses a number "+380 (XX) YYYYYYY" phone should dial "0(XX)YYYYYYY" (and for international call - phone should replace +1 YYY-XXXXXXX with 00 1 YYY-XXXXXXX).

    What I have done:
    1) Replaced Default.phoneformat with your fix.
    2) Patched /System/Library/Frameworks/UIKit.framework/UIPhoneFormats.plist:
    3) Patched /System/Library/Frameworks/UIKit.framework/PhoneFormats/PhoneNumberTemplates.plist :
    4) here is my com.apple.AppSupport.plist
    <key>CPActiveCountryCode</key>
    <string>ua</string>
    <key>CPHomeCountryCode</key>
    <string>us</string>
    <key>CPNetworkCountryCode</key>
    <string>ua</string>
    (I've not changed CPHomeCountryCode because thought that International Assist will require home network different from active network to work.

    5) finally after reset - tried to make a call with International Assist turned on and turned off - nothing

    Unfortunately I have no experience with CDMA, do not know if the + should not be used , if there are locked and unlocked versions

    I can say:

    From firmware 3.x UIPhoneFormats.plist and PhoneNumberTemplates.plist are not used from iOS (the new file is Default.phoneformat),
    so any changes will not produce results.

    Locked gsm with sim-adapter sometimes need to manually set CPActiveCountryCode in com.apple.AppSupport.plist

    I suppose that if CPActiveCountryCode (your Operator/SIM) is different from CPNetworkCountryCode (your actual network)
    and you make a call from address book with a local number , then International assist ON should add automatically
    the prefix of CPHomeCountryCode (+1 for US)

    I suggest:
    1) do not use numbers with +380 in address book (if not allowed from your operator)
    2) set CPActiveCountryCode=ua and CPHomeCountryCode=ua , International assist ON , when you are outside your country will add +380 automatically
    3) use +1 or 00 1 to call US (should be allowed from your operator)

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    Hello Frank8, its been awhile since i have posted here. you had helped me along time ago however the files dont seem to work anymore. i have just installed your callerid fix 5.x and it seems to be working fine till so far. i have noticed that my country is not listed in the international list. is this going to be a problem when i receive messages or phonecalls. its set to the united states now. i am from Suriname. please keep me updated many thanks again!

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    Quote Originally Posted by dinocorpse View Post
    Hello Frank8, its been awhile since i have posted here. you had helped me along time ago however the files dont seem to work anymore. i have just installed your callerid fix 5.x and it seems to be working fine till so far. i have noticed that my country is not listed in the international list. is this going to be a problem when i receive messages or phonecalls. its set to the united states now. i am from Suriname. please keep me updated many thanks again!

    Region Format should only help to get the right local number formatting.

    How to set Suriname in Region Format (for local numbers without +597):
    install "erica utilities" from Cydia
    Open WinSCP and connect to iPhone (same as when you transfer files)
    open "Commands" menu and select "Open Terminal"
    when Terminal Window appear cut next line:
    /usr/bin/plutil -set AppleLocale -value en_SR /var/mobile/Library/Preferences/.GlobalPreferences.plist
    and paste in "Enter_command" then click on "Execute".
    if result is OK you can see "Writing new value for AppleLocale to …" without errors .
    Restart .

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    hey frank8 i was able to do this on my 3gs but for some reason i cant ssh into my 4G. i keep gettign error "network error, connection timed out. any ideas what to do?


 

 

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