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Topic # 26089 11-Sep-2008 17:45
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anyone know what has happened to this?  the site and repository have been down for some time now.


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  Reply # 163827 11-Sep-2008 18:23
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no idea but my guess is that since the iphone was introduced here, and the carrier updates have been made available officially via itunes, there isn't much need for kiwi-ise hacks anymore

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  Reply # 164952 16-Sep-2008 22:17
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Correct :)

 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 164957 16-Sep-2008 22:37
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it's probably time I updated from 1.1.4 then.

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  Reply # 169385 6-Oct-2008 19:25
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piksel: Correct :)


Wouldnt be to quick of the trigger.. My CallerID is all over the place..

I get a call from an eleven digit number and it comes up as 021 xxxx xxxx. but i have it stored as +6421 xxxx xxxx


texts come through as +6421, so those aren't an issue. but phone call is a pain.

but you guys always were having appsupport updates that fixed the issue.. so you guys were more help than you think ;)







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  Reply # 170173 9-Oct-2008 15:06
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I've updated to 2.1 and everything is good (no caller id issues here).  Is it possible to get the vodafone logo and map icon etc that I had with kiwi-ise?

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  Reply # 170176 9-Oct-2008 15:11
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dodjy: I've updated to 2.1 and everything is good (no caller id issues here).? Is it possible to get the vodafone logo and map icon etc that I had with kiwi-ise?


All I can say is you are a lucky something-o-rather!

Caller ID is a real pain in mine and some other peoples backside!

it doesnt seem to want to recognise numbers like 02x xxx xxx xx (if its saved as +64 2 x xxx xxx xx) and visa-versa.


But this isnt the thread for it, I guess.



But as far as I know, no. you are unable to get these unless someone has got them on a repository somewhere, and you jailbreak your iphone.





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  Reply # 171328 15-Oct-2008 17:27
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I had the kiwi-ised caller id and VF carrier logo etc. installed on 1.1.4.

I just upgraded to 2.1 and have noticed that number formatting is a little off... so would like to get re-kiwi-ised :)

I have never had issues with Call IDs, but now my numbers are not recognised as NZ numbers, i.e. 021 XXX XXXX or 09 XXX XXXX (including spaces), instead it is 09XXXXXXX. Its a minor issue, but if kiwi-ised is out there, please provide 2.1 support. Cheers.

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