Digit grouping on phone numbers

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  1. andoman

    andoman Member
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    Hi,

    I have a simple problem but couldn't find a solution. My phone groups the digits of the phone numbers with dashes. In fact this is a good thing for readibility but it groups it in the wrong format according to my locale and this makes harder to read the numbers.

    For example; when I type 02125568899 it groups it as 021-255-68899 but the right grouping should be 0212-556-8899. How can I make this right, or even disabling this grouping is also OK for me!

    Does anyone know how to change/disable this grouping function?

    Note 1: My location is not listed in the "Locale & text" options setting.
    Note 2: My phone is Samsung Galaxy with baseband version I7500XXIK4
     

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  2. andoman

    andoman Member
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    Any idea?
     
  3. AndroidSPCS

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    What's your location?
     
  4. andoman

    andoman Member
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  5. digaum2003

    digaum2003 Member
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    I'd like to know the answer to that too!! I live in Brazil currently and am using a Desire bought in the US. I don't want to change the language to pt-br, as I preffer English.

    Currently my digit grouping must be: 999-9999-9999 or 99-9999-9999 or 9999-9999.

    Thanks to anyone who can help me with that!
     

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