- Jan 8, 2012
Any update? This is not working on latest Xposed.
SIM Number Changer
App to change the number registered in SIM card. This uses Xposed framework (http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1574401)
After you have installed Xposed framework, install this app, open it, insert your number and click the button to change it. After that enable the mod inside Xposed Installer (you probably have a notification to do it (like you can see in image), you can click it) and restart your phone, insert your PIN and it should be done, you can open the app to confirm.
This was made for Samsung Galaxy S3 and tested on it. It may work on others phones, but I can't be sure. I don't held any responsibility for any damage you do on your phone.
Source code: https://github.com/OXINARF/simnumberchanger
Download (v1.2): View attachment 2086777
NOTE: This app doesn't change your actual number, it just changes the number registered in your SIM card, many operators don't put number in there, but some apps (usually security ones) use the number registered there. In About section in Definitions it also appears the number registered in SIM.
On lineage 16 happens the same, no change in number. In the end I picked up my old Oukitel 6000 with old android (kitkat or so) and old xposed. Used the Sim Editor 1.2 (also old and no longer available) which I had in my dropbox library and it worked. Glad I still had this phone working.I have the same problem ("activate xposed module and reboot" when applying a new number) on lineageos 14.1, motorola g4, magisk, xposed 89.3 systemless... Will there be an update for this?
I got these commands working on my phone, but it doesn't see ON table at all, even on sim with already set card number. I'll try different phoneHello, actually I found the way to set the card number. What you need is the USB mobile modem. For this purpose I'v used huawei E3131 modem.
When it's installed you check under which serial port it is.
Than with some serial termina (putty for example) you have to issue two commands:
First command is to choose the "Own Number" phonebook on the simcard, and the second one writes the number to this phonebook.
This is really that simple
When i'm entering AT+CPBS="ON" it says ERROR, because there is no ON contacts table. It seems to be hidden from all qualcomm modemsHello, what do you mean by "doesn't see ON table at all" ?
Can you post the commands and results please?
obviously this, but it doesn't work either https://forum.xda-developers.com/t/app-xposed-sim-number-setter.4400131/Any similar working with lsposed?
Well it should work since I'm using Android methods to do it. Problem is that I also use a specific class that is present in Samsung roms. As you seem to be using AOKP rom, that's probably the issue. Can you post debug.log that you can find in /data/xposed/ directory?So I take it this only works on international versions? I tried it on my Canadian sgs3 with the xposed framework installed and nothing happens. oh well
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Waaait. Im kinda confused with what the app's purpose xD
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It could do that for sure. But I'll try to explain a little bit better (although it will get a bit technical):I guess its just to hide your real number from apps that has phone permissions and can see your number??
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I'm sorry, didn't understood your question, can you try to explain better?that mean we can change new sim card without calling our provider?:good:
Wow! Are you sure that's legal?
And I don't really understand, it mean that if I call a friend after changing my number, he will see the fake number?
If yes, incredible work.
PS : Which apps use the number? A little list could be cool .
As JDogg1329 said this just registeres a number in your SIM card (which appears in About section), but it doesn't change your real number (as stated in OP), so when you call a friend it still will display your real number. That, as to my knowledge, is impossible to do, because your network knows what number belongs to your SIM card.I think all it does is change the number that gets displayed in the about phone menu
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I don't know any method to do it, but I can't say it's impossible. But why do you want to do that?good job.
is possible hook to change mcc, mnc or SimCountryISO?
After using it you can uninstall. I've made, used and uninstalled it. It should be registered in SIM so if you change your SIM to another phone it should have the number in it. If it isn't please report and I'll see what I can do.so...if uninstall this app or maybe factory reset my phone, does the number stay registered in my SIM? or if i take my SIM to other android phone, is my number display in that phone too in setting>about phone ?
I've checked the log and there are no errors concerning this app. What I see is that the number is being written (at one time it says that actual number is correct) but something is changing it back to null. Are you writing your actual number? I can only think that your operator is telling your phone to make phone number null.yes i find debug log i post it here>...
i add zip plz extract it.