Jailbroken iPhone 4, iPod Touch get hacked Siri

Jailbroken iPhone 4, iPod Touch get hacked Siri
Jailbroken iPhone 4 users, rejoice.

The blog InTech-BB (currently down) has posted a guide on how to add the popular Apple virtual assistant Siri to the iPhone 4 and iPod Touch 4G (fourth gen).



H1Siri comes via the Chinese dev group "CD-Team" and the app has been released to Cydia, which is the App Store for jailbroken iOS devices.

The only requirements are Cydia and iOS 5.

Because the app is new, there are expected bugs, including a camera bug that requires its own fix.



Written by: Andre Yoskowitz @ 5 Dec 2011 14:48
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  • 7 comments
  • hearme0

    Yay!

    NOT!

    5.12.2011 15:42 #1

  • plutonash

    Thanks for being so quick about this afterdawn.

    "Cable thief is a victimless crime."

    5.12.2011 16:30 #2

  • bobiroc

    But Apple Says that the iPhone 4 is not powerful enough. I mean why else would Apple hold back a feature from a previous product. It couldn't be that Apple wants iTards to buy a new device every 6 months to a year and without holding back a little feature they would have nothing to sell to the iSheep.

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    6.12.2011 00:29 #3

  • core2kid

    Originally posted by bobiroc: But Apple Says that the iPhone 4 is not powerful enough. I mean why else would Apple hold back a feature from a previous product. It couldn't be that Apple wants iTards to buy a new device every 6 months to a year and without holding back a little feature they would have nothing to sell to the iSheep. If they really wanted to make people buy a new device, they'll do what they did on the 3G with iOS 4.

    6.12.2011 02:08 #4

  • plutonash

    Originally posted by bobiroc: But Apple Says that the iPhone 4 is not powerful enough. I mean why else would Apple hold back a feature from a previous product. It couldn't be that Apple wants iTards to buy a new device every 6 months to a year and without holding back a little feature they would have nothing to sell to the iSheep.
    So buying an android only to have it be outdone in literally three weeks, thus making them regret their buy is much better? Interesting logic. Both sides just want your cash by any means.

    "Cable thief is a victimless crime."

    6.12.2011 02:41 #5

  • core2kid

    Originally posted by plutonash: Originally posted by bobiroc: But Apple Says that the iPhone 4 is not powerful enough. I mean why else would Apple hold back a feature from a previous product. It couldn't be that Apple wants iTards to buy a new device every 6 months to a year and without holding back a little feature they would have nothing to sell to the iSheep.
    So buying an android only to have it be outdone in literally three weeks, thus making them regret their buy is much better? Interesting logic. Both sides just want your cash by any means.
    Well there's a lot of different Android manufacturers so any Android phone will be outdated pretty fast.

    6.12.2011 02:43 #6

  • iPad88

    Hi! I found how to install Siri on iPad using Spire Cydia Package. Also you will need siri proxy to install

    4.1.2012 09:16 #7

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