Okay, this time it’s no proxy, no routing through various channels or any of that complicated stuff. We’re talking about how to install Siri on iPhone 4 and iPod Touch 4G without proxy – with as simple as a jailbreak and a simple change in the Cydia repo. Here’s how to do that:
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How to Install Siri on iPhone 4 and iPod Touch 4G Without Proxy:
Step 1: Jailbreak your iPhone 4. You can use Redsn0w to do that and we have already posted about it.
Step 2: Cydia would have been installed now. Launch it. You will have to add a repo source to the Source on the app.
Add repo.siriport.ru to the Source.
Step 3: Hit the App store on Cydia and Install Siriport app. Once you’ve installed it, reboot the iPhone 4.
Step 4: Now this is where it gets a bit lengthy. In order to get Siri working, you need an iPhone 4S certificate. You can get that by pointing your browser to siriport.ru/1.crt.
Now, email the certificate file to yourself – open your email and get the certificate. Once you’ve done that, reboot.
Open siriport.ru/1.crt link on safari, it will bring up a certificate installation window. Tap on install button.
Step 5: Now, just activate Siri. It might get a bit on your nerves here so be patient. Say, ‘Hi Siri’ and wait for a while. About 1-4 minutes.
Now, if Siri hasn’t yet responded, say it again. Wait. If it still doesn’t budge, you will have to reboot the iPhone 4. Try again.
For the moment, as we haven’t yet had the chance to test it, this is all we could get to you. With disclaimers in place, we’d like to tell you that the device on the video seems to have activated Siri perfectly fine. However, we can’t be held responsible for any damage that might occur on your iPhone 4S due to the steps above.
Siri had long been ported to other devices but the problem had been in the certification. In fact, even this iPhone 4S certification is still under questions because it can soon be figured out by Apple. Although Siri ports have been known to work well on iPhone 4, iPod Touch 4G and even iPhone 3GS in a remote case, it looks like only now a publicly accessible and easily configurable Siri port has come to the fore.