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    Default Is UIPhoneFormats.plist gone on firmware 2.1?

    The title says it all... is it gone? Anyone confirm it?



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    Yes, it's gone. I made a CFW with the file, and it was completely ignored. The new PhoneFormats file is /System/Library/Frameworks/UIKit.framework/PhoneFormats/UIDefaultFormats.phoneformat.

    But I can't edit the file (It shows some data in a hex editor, but I can't understand it). Any help?

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    If you browse to your iphone in

    /System/Library/Frameworks/UIKit.framework/PhoneFormats/

    you will no longer see the UIPhoneFormats.plist

    maybe it was moved or renamed...

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    Bump. Anyone any ideas on customising phone formats again?

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    look in the carrier bundles, maybe they moved the customization there. Im just guessing...

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    Quote Originally Posted by peu View Post
    look in the carrier bundles, maybe they moved the customization there. Im just guessing...
    Unfortunately not. We have to find the file format of UIDefaultFormats.phoneformat first, then a way to edit it.
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    found this info somewhere on this forum "i just changed PhoneNumberTemplates.plist and edited UIMobileCountryCodes in PhoneFormats dir in UIKit.Framework. It works like charm "..... can someone verify it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by volkspost View Post
    Unfortunately not. We have to find the file format of UIDefaultFormats.phoneformat first, then a way to edit it.
    in mac, you can use a free application called PLISTEDIT PRO.
    its very easy to use.

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    Quote Originally Posted by iphoniak View Post
    found this info somewhere on this forum "i just changed PhoneNumberTemplates.plist and edited UIMobileCountryCodes in PhoneFormats dir in UIKit.Framework. It works like charm "..... can someone verify it?
    yes you can edit it. use plisteditor pro. no hassle.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mojacko View Post
    in mac, you can use a free application called PLISTEDIT PRO.
    its very easy to use.
    Unfortunately you cant. This (UIDefaultFormats.phoneformat) is a binary that neither PlistEditor Pro nor property List Editor can deal with. We are still investigating what kind it is.
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