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Thread: Inconsistency in phone/SMS CallerID display

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    Default Inconsistency in phone/SMS CallerID display
    Hi, I'm from Singapore and I'm using a modified iPhone. Everything is fine except that I have this problem with the CallerID display. Here's what the problem is:

    Example:
    I have the number of Friend A listed as +65 12345678 in the address book in my iPhone. When Friend A calls me, the Caller ID display will only show 12345678 and not Friend A because the +65 is not there.

    I then deleted the +65 from Friend A's number in the address book thinking that the problem is solved. But, when Friend A sends me a SMS, the number displayed on my iPhone is +65 12345678 and not Friend A!

    I then edited all the contacts in my address book so that each contact have 2 numbers, one with the country code (+65) and the other without. This solved my Caller ID problem but it screwed up my Phone Favorites cos I if I added the 2 numbers in each contact, iPhone Favorites list will show 2 Friend A! This will also screw up my phone Recent list cos calls between friend A and I will be split up in the phone log instead of one showing Friend A and the number of calls made.

    I hope I have not confused any of you and can anybody offer any help to this annoying issue?

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    Quote Originally Posted by iphonejeff View Post
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    Sorry dude...

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    The easiest solution I've applied is to have both formats in the Contact

    Alternatively you can try fiddling with the Phone Format plist.
    Edit the following file on your iPhone:
    UIPhoneFormats.plist
    Located:
    /volumes/"Root File System"/System/Library/Frameworks/UIKit.framework/PhoneFormats
    It may be in Binary format so use an Binary to ASCII converter.
    Look for:
    <key>sg</key>
    <array>
    <string>########</string>
    <string>+65 ########</string>
    <string>001 $</string>
    </array>

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    Thanks for the tip jfmsam, but how do I do that? Do I need to start Terminal in my Mac?

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