1. Patsplace's Avatar
    Siri sounds really neat. Is it available for my 4G?

    Pat
    01-13-2012 01:58 AM
  2. verwon's Avatar
    I assume you mean the 4, since the 4G doesn't exist?
    01-13-2012 03:13 AM
  3. CH1N087's Avatar
    Where do people get the 4g from??? It has never been called that (to my knowledge) and it's getting to be rather annoying. Sorry, not trying to be a d***, but it really bugs the crap out of me.


    Sent from my iPhone that was once black, but now has a voided warranty and a little blue dot at the bottom right of the screen using Tapatalk
    01-13-2012 04:19 AM
  4. Massie's Avatar
    To answer your question, Siri is currently only available on the 4S (the newest iPhone). It's possible it will come to older models in the future but Apple hasn't confirmed that.
    01-13-2012 09:28 AM
  5. Massie's Avatar
    Where do people get the 4g from??? It has never been called that (to my knowledge) and it's getting to be rather annoying. Sorry, not trying to be a d***, but it really bugs the crap out of me.


    Sent from my iPhone that was once black, but now has a voided warranty and a little blue dot at the bottom right of the screen using Tapatalk
    I think we all know exactly where the confusion comes from: the two phones before it had 3G in the name, and consumers now see "4G" touted in ads everywhere so assume the new iPhone is the iPhone 4G. (The average consumer probably didn't see a lot of the original iPhoneso the most familiar models are all "somethingG" models.

    Speaking of confusion, what is your signature about? I've been trying to figure out what the blue dot/voided warranty means.
    01-13-2012 09:37 AM
  6. CH1N087's Avatar
    I think we all know exactly where the confusion comes from: the two phones before it had 3G in the name, and consumers now see "4G" touted in ads everywhere so assume the new iPhone is the iPhone 4G. (The average consumer probably didn't see a lot of the original iPhone—so the most familiar models are all "somethingG" models.

    Speaking of confusion, what is your signature about? I've been trying to figure out what the blue dot/voided warranty means.
    Never thought about it like that. Still annoys the crap out of me though haha. My sig is about me switching colors on my iPhone and making it harder than it needed to be an I messed the screen/digitizer during the swap and now there is a little blue dot at the bottom right of my screen. It's only visible on bright backgrounds though, cuz on my dark wallpaper you can't even see it.


    Sent from my iPhone that was once black, but now has a voided warranty and a little blue dot at the bottom right of the screen using Tapatalk
    01-13-2012 01:46 PM
  7. bugeyed's Avatar
    FWIW Dragon Go works on my 4G & iPhone 4. That's an iPod Touch 4G BTW.
    It does a lot of what Siri does, & doesn't talk back. Using "G" for gen. can make for confusion.

    Dragon Go! for iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4, iPhone 4S, iPod touch (3rd generation), iPod touch (4th generation) and iPad on the iTunes App Store

    Cheers,
    kev
    01-16-2012 08:40 AM
  8. bigbirdlarry's Avatar
    yea if you have spire and a proxy
    01-18-2012 05:53 PM
  9. scottydee's Avatar
    Where do people get the 4g from??? It has never been called that (to my knowledge) and it's getting to be rather annoying. Sorry, not trying to be a d***, but it really bugs the crap out of me.


    Sent from my iPhone that was once black, but now has a voided warranty and a little blue dot at the bottom right of the screen using Tapatalk
    It's what network carriers in the UK call it when on the phone to stop people getting confused and thinking they're getting the 4s instead of the 4
    02-23-2012 05:47 PM
  10. Garz's Avatar
    Where do people get the 4g from??? It has never been called that (to my knowledge) and it's getting to be rather annoying. Sorry, not trying to be a d***, but it really bugs the crap out of me.


    Sent from my iPhone that was once black, but now has a voided warranty and a little blue dot at the bottom right of the screen using Tapatalk
    Maybe they were referring to 4G as 4th Generation.
    02-23-2012 05:52 PM
  11. lornaevo's Avatar
    Is it that big of a deal because he said 4G? As you can see, he is a new member and probably new to iOs and Iphone. Oh wait I used a big I instead of iPhone.
    02-23-2012 08:16 PM
  12. marclh1992's Avatar
    You will NEED to be jailbroken to do this.

    Yes it's possible, I have it working on my iPhone 4 16gb from using this website:
    iphonestuffs4u(DOT)com/how-to-install-siri-on-iphone-4-ipod-touch-4g-without-proxy/

    When you eventually get to trying to activate Siri by saying "Hi siri" she will keep saying I can't help you right now blah blah blah, keep trying every few minutes and you will eventually get it to work, just don't give up!
    02-24-2012 08:47 PM
  13. ckalli's Avatar
    setting up a proxy is for an advanced user.. quite complicated.

    i tried out siriproxy

    works well.. i noticed that my phone got slow dont know if its the siriproxy or siritoggles that caused the prob.

    but i found i wasnt using it much. was a good party trick. thats about it. so ive removed it.

    for more info just google siriproxy.ru
    02-27-2012 10:53 PM
  14. Calebswag7's Avatar
    Siri proxy really isn't complicated at all, you just need to follow directions and have a 4s use Siri on it once a day. I installed it on my iPad 2 using spire and it was awesome! But in my opinion not worth all the crashes I received from jail breaking it. I mostly did to do it. But there are other ways in cydia that have come into cydia recently that I'd check out that are a lot easier to do if you really want Siri. I'm not sure of the names so I can't tell you what exactly they are but, also there are even a few Siri clones that give you sort of a good amount of Siri features with less integration like evi and even one in cydia I believe called Sara?
    02-28-2012 01:05 AM
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