Caller ID fix for 1.1.3

If your iphone shows the number and not the name from the contacts when some one is calling then you must patch the phone number template to fix this.

Here is how to:

1. Download this files on your computer.

2. SSH in to your phone.

3. Optimize the “PhoneNumberTemplates.txt” file from the

“support” directory you have downloaded (by moving all templates for your country to the top of the file

and/or removing templates for countries that you don’t need. 

4. Copy the directory named “support”  in the /System/Library/Frameworks/AppSupport.framework/ directory on your iPhone.

5. Copy the “AppSupport” and “AppSupport.original” files from the zip file to the /System/Library/Frameworks/AppSupport.framework/ directory on your iPhone.

 

6. Reboot iPhone.   

If your country is not listed you will  have to decompose the phone numbers and ad them to your “phonenubertemplate.txt”  

more info and tools here 

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7 Responses to “Caller ID fix for 1.1.3”

  1. […] Caller ID fix – 1.1.4 Even if the files used for 1.1.3 are still going to work, the original files in 1.1.4 are a little different so is better to use this files: phonenumber_fix_1.1.4 and follow the tutorial here […]

  2. Thanks! Worked great (with the fix for 1.1.4) in spain!

  3. hi.. the fix for 1.1.4 doesnt work in Singapore.

  4. Didn’t work for me on 1.1.4 here in the UK

  5. I am in the US and my caller ID doesn’t work, how come ?!
    i don’t know a lot about coding so i am not going to do this, but is there a way to do it with the installer ?

    thanks

  6. Dint work for me on 1.1.4.
    I think I should agree with Dave.

    I used this tutorial and the files at 1.1.4 level (http://rapidshare.com/files/95811215/phonenumber_fix_1.1.4.zip.html) as suggested by https://despreiphone.wordpress.com/2008/02/29/caller-id-fix-114/#comments.

    This is a 4gb version iPhone (oct ’07) running fine on 1.0.2 so far.
    At 1.0.2 level, this was done by modifying AppSupport-10.tar.gz and ABPhoneFormats.plist
    I upgraded to 1.1.4 just this week using iLiberty+

  7. Very informative content will subscribe to your RSS Feed.

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