Siri on iPhone 4 without Proxy?
I've been looking at a few different Siri ports, but it seems like most of them are based on proxy servers. I was under the impression that if I could get an authentication key from a 4S, I could use it to connect to Apple's servers, which is what I want. Is there a working port of Siri that uses this model?
I found this in a google search, has anyone used it successfully?
Last edited by idkmybffjill; 03-08-2012 at 10:02 AM.
- 03-08-2012, 10:56 AM #2
No idea on how that works. But the cydia app you're describing is Spire. You have to setup a proxy for it with your iPhone 4s. I don't think it's real easy, but you can probably find a guide on google.
There are public proxies too, but the free ones can be slow and unresponsive. The one paid I tried stopped working after a few weeks.
- 03-08-2012, 11:08 PM #3
There is an app on cydia called assistantconnect and it's companion assistantconnect4S. With spire and these programs you can use Siri on any iOS 5 device. Get a friend with a 4S to install the 4S program. This will grab his siri authentication data and package it so it can be used by assistant connect on your phone, and then when you connect to apple's servers, you masquerade as your friend's 4S. The hard part is finding someone with a 4S that doesn't mind sharing.
There's a YouTube video about assistantconnect, check it out.
Last edited by icebox93; 03-08-2012 at 11:11 PM.
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