Contact Names not coming up when ringing?

mcquaid1

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ever since i updated to 1.1.4 my contacts names haven't been coming up, they are saved in my phonebook but it just comes up with the number and the international dialing code? is this a setting changed or what? its happening in the text too...just their numbers are coming up....
 

ja_vo

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Do A RESTORE in iTunes

ever since i updated to 1.1.4 my contacts names haven't been coming up, they are saved in my phonebook but it just comes up with the number and the international dialing code? is this a setting changed or what? its happening in the text too...just their numbers are coming up....
 

mcquaid1

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yeh its jailbroken, will a restore delete anything on my phone?
 

styfle

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did you save the area code too?
i think that it wont recognize the number unless you save the area code with it (in your contacts)
 

ColsTiger

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did you save the area code too?
i think that it wont recognize the number unless you save the area code with it (in your contacts)
I thought all cell phone numbers required area codes. 10 digit numbers are required for ALL calls in my area code. Evidently, that's not the case everywhere.
 

manishk123

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ever since i updated to 1.1.4 my contacts names haven't been coming up, they are saved in my phonebook but it just comes up with the number and the international dialing code? is this a setting changed or what? its happening in the text too...just their numbers are coming up....
Just install the AppSupport Patch (1.1.4) from the Iclarified folder in Installer and you'll be fine.

No need for a restore.
 

ColsTiger

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Just install the AppSupport Patch (1.1.4) from the Iclarified folder in Installer and you'll be fine.

No need for a restore.
It's always better to post questions for jailbroken iPhones on the iPhone Modifications forum. Most of the hackers tend to read those posts first before coming here. This forum is for more general questions about the standard iPhone.
 

manishk123

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It's always better to post questions for jailbroken iPhones on the iPhone Modifications forum. Most of the hackers tend to read those posts first before coming here. This forum is for more general questions about the standard iPhone.
I hav'nt posted the question. I just posted a solution to the problem when i saw the query.