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astroboy

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#36722 1-Jul-2009 05:06
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Hi

I upgraded to OS 3 on my iPhone 3G (standard - no customisations and is not jalibroken). All of my contacts have phone numbers that are fully qualified with country and region codes (+64 9 555... etc). Whereas my phone previously linked the qualified contact nuber with the caller id number (09 555 ....), it no longer does after the upgrade. Can this be fixed without having to change the number format?

Thanks

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johnr
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  #229766 1-Jul-2009 07:42
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This written about everywhere on the web have you done a google search looked around geekzone

John

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  #229850 1-Jul-2009 10:50
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Re. numbers not appearing... this may have been amongst some other threads that may be hard to search on - as far as I know the only 'fix' is to have people's mobile numbers listed with both a +64 format & a 021 format. Seems that incoming texts respond to the +64 listing & phonecalls use the 021 listing. Fairly quick to add numbers to the people you're likely to have contact with, on the computer & then sync with the phone.
Maybe there's another way, or maybe an OS update will take care of this.....?




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  #230102 1-Jul-2009 22:57
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There is a fix in cydia - Search :)

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