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Dan Mullen

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Sorry, I don't know what changes the tweak makes, so I don't know how you would implement it in the stock ROM. I recommend this ROM though, the additional features are really useful and everything works as it should.

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@pelelademadera -- I think everything is explained here under "Installation".

I just finished installing the two APKs and when I call my V5 from another number it now works!

The final step is to go into Settings>Applications>All (all applications) and then Force Stop and Delete Data both the Contacts and Contacts Storage apps. When you launch the Contacts app you'll see it syncing all your contacts again.

Then try calling your phone from another number.

I also checked the messaging fixes option in Gravity Box but haven't tested that it works. Text messages appear to be properly recognized now.

I also cleaned up all my contacts with "Twitch". It even recognized my international numbers. It is a useful app even if you don't have problems with Caller ID (like us).

Edited by allanmac, 16 August 2013 - 11:52 AM.

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