Trying to understand how to aquire Siri Proxy server...
Okay, so I've read the article from "https://github.com/westbaer/SiriProxy" and I read up on how to find (well essentially create) the proxy address directly from an iPhone 4s but i'm confused.
The first website says that if that process is performed, Siri won't run on the iphone 4s and I'm confused as to if creating the URL on the iPhone 4s, and putting that url into my iphone 4 will make Siri work.
Does anyone have a guide on what to do when you aquire the proxy?
Last edited by Sergeant_Manny; 12-29-2011 at 12:27 PM.
- 12-29-2011, 08:39 PM #3
I have no idea.
Its amazing how everyone is all excited about the Siri port when its pretty much 100% useless unless you make a proxy server on linux or mac (and no one has a good guide for the average joe to understand how to do that)
I had a friends iPhone 4s and tried to get his proxy server but nobody on the web has explained how to do that from the iPhone 4s either.
I've spent hours searching for a clear guide and all I found was a youtube video of some kid from Jersey who got it working on his iPhone 4 but also doesn't say how he did it.
Last edited by Sergeant_Manny; 12-30-2011 at 01:20 AM.
- 12-30-2011, 07:10 AM #5
- 12-30-2011, 12:28 PM #6iPhone Nanite
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I've checked out that website.....
The websites that explain how to setup a Siri Proxy on mac or linux is only to set it up on your home network and create custom commands outside of what Siri does (like changing the thermostat and whatnot)
Its useless once you leave home so this idea of sharing proxies also does no good if created by that method.
At least that's what its made out to be.
I don't care to make Siri my household maid, I want Siri to work outside of my house.
So Spire is absolutely useless unless your a developer or have time to create pointless commands that most logitech harmony remotes can execute already.
And I don't expect to see the iPhone 4s jailbreak come out anytime soon. They might jailbreak iOs 5.0 on the 4s when 5.0.2 comes out (or if iPad 3 is released and maybe some vulnerability is discovered or something....
Plus, there is not thorough guide on how to create a server on an existing iPhone 4s. its not as easy as going to settings>general>network>vpn>turn vpn on> create custom url because the save option is greyed out unless you complete the rest of the info for the VPN.
I have my iPhone 4 jailbroken and unlocked, for all of the work that it takes to build a proxy, I might as well sell my iPhone 4 on craigslist before more phones flood the market and buy an unlocked 4s from Apple if I wanted Siri so bad.
Last edited by Sergeant_Manny; 12-31-2011 at 12:28 AM.
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- 06-03-2012, 06:50 AM #13
Everything is not so hard to accomplish. There are tons of how to guides. As for the 4s keys: according to JimmyKane his Siri proxy server has exploit which can regenerate the 4s key (vallidationdata) multiple times from the same 4s device:
I have personally tested his exploit here: Public Siri Proxy Server by MacOrg and it works just fine.