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How to get Siri on you iPhone 4. Public Siri Proxy.

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by auuuu, Jan 21, 2012.

  1. auuuu

    auuuu Elite Member

    Jul 10, 2010
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    I just wanna share a Public Siri Proxy for iPhone 4. It works very fine here, anyway, since it's public reply time can be too longer than the original Apple server...

    - iPhone 4, iPhone 3Gs, iPod touch 4G/3G and first-gen iPad with 5.0 or 5.0.1 JB(it'll works better in the untethered 5.0.1, since you need to reboot...).

    Let's start!
    - Open Cydia and look for: Spire (Ref: redmondpie.com/spire-install-siri-on-iphone-4-3gs-ipod-touch-ipad-1-legally/)

    - Install it. The file is very big (about 100mb) so it's better if you download it through your Wifi line.

    --- Cydia will ask you to reboot your device. Reboot and when it'll be on again follow this:

    - Open Safari and install this certificate: freemanrepo.com/server.crt

    - After installed the crt (certificate), open Cydia and add this repo: http://freemanrepo.com/server/1

    You can add it by Manage ---> Source ---> Edit ---> Add

    - Install SiriEnabler from this new source.

    - Now go to Settings--->Spire---> Proxy host: "" (without quotes, of course).

    - Go on Settings, General, Siri. Now if it is on, switch off it and then make it on again. If is in "off" so switch on Siri :)

    - Now you can enjoy your own Assistent on your older iDevices.


    Source: freemanrepo.com
    Follow him on Twitter, is a great guy :)
  2. iPhone4jb5

    iPhone4jb5 Newbie

    Jan 22, 2012
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    Doesn't work I tried and followed all your steps