With the latest update of the iPhone Skype app, I have two problems.
1. If I backspace all the way to clear out a phone number to the plus sign of the country code, I can no longer enter a plus sign to establish a country code.
ie. When Skype is started the phone number begins with : +1 (for USA, Canada)
After backspacing to clear out number, I can enter a "1", but cannot generate the plus sign.
If I put in the phone number with country code Ie. ( 1 999 999 999), Skype complains that is not a valide number since the plus sign is not in front of the 1.
I have to quit the Skype application and restart it again before it will generate a country code with a plus sign (+1 for USA, Canada).
If I want to call another country, I can no longer enter an alternate country code since I cannot generate the plus sign.
Problem #2: After completing a phone call, the application retains the last number dialed and you have to backspace to clear it out before you can type in a new number to dial. If one backs up to delete the country code, you have the problem listed above.
29-11-2012 22:43 - edited 29-11-2012 22:47
It's simple. Like on every other phone please press and hold zero (0) to generate a plus sign or use 00countrycode.
For example 0043 for Austria, 001 for the USA and so on.
Nope, doesn't work on my iphone since the last update yesterday.
Cannot generate a plus sign... even from the zero key.
Cannot complete a call without the plus sign in front of the country code.
I would think that this means the new release has some bugs in it.
30-11-2012 01:17 - edited 30-11-2012 01:19
Well, pressing and holding zero (0) for a few seconds generates a + (plus) on my iPhone (5) using the newest release (the hotfixed version from today). Are you sure you have downloaded the newest version of Skype?