I have a Sony/Ericsson Xperia Arc phone with Android 2.3 In my country, I can receive calls with the following number patterns (it's the formatting used by my operator):
12345678 0aa12345678 0bbaa12345678
However, my system won't identify the second and third options as being a number from the same contact. That's the behavior that I want: if some contact's number is 12345678, the phone software should always match with the contact if the 8 number from right to left match.
Is this possible?
The 'aa' and 'bbaa' fields are just numbers. An example of a number could be:
aa is a kind of region code and bb is the operator's code.In this case, if I have 22223333 in my contacts, it won't match. If I have 0441122223333 in my contacts, it won't work either. But it should (and I think that some cheap cell phones sold by operators have this behavior in my country).