1. Leopar's Avatar
    i will try to explain my problem with an example.

    Phone number is 0 (555) 555 55 55 [Country Code is +90]

    If i want to call a number with #31# prefix, iPhone don't show the contact name instead of number!!

    What would i write to make iPhone to show what i want?

    Code:
            <array>
    		<string>(0###) ### ## ##</string>
    		<string>00 $</string>
    		<string>### # ###</string>
    		<string>+90 ### ### ## ##</string>
    	</array>
    2008-07-23 12:47 AM
  2. BlackWolf's Avatar
    well, I don't know if the # in the PhoneFormats actually covers symbols, but try putting in:

    <string>#31# $</string>

    or

    <string>#### $</string>

    but I don't know for sure if that's going to work. I changed the PhoneFormats-File myself a little and just did it by "try and fail" ... .

    you could also just put in every line that's already there and just put a #31# in front of it or something ... just try around a little, you can't really mess this up if you make a backup of your file.

    basically what you have to know is: # covers at least any number but I think it also covers symbols like # and + and the "00 $" line just means "00 and then one of the other lines" as far as I know.

    regards
    2008-07-23 12:58 PM
LINK TO POST COPIED TO CLIPBOARD