iOS 5.0 / iOS 6.1 [TUTORIAL] siriport.ru's foolproof method to run Siri

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  1. interestingkid

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    WE ARE STICKIED! Hope this instruction and many other modifications by other forum members help you get a working Siri port!

    Now let's get to it:
    1. Add repo.siriport.ru in cydia and install siriport
    2. Install this certificate: siriport.ru/1.crt
    3. Using ifile or a similar program, go to var/mobile/library/preferences and press the blue circle for the assistant file
    4. Go down to the permission section (user, group, world) and make sure they are all set to read, write. Save
    5. Go to settings and turn off Siri
    6. Reboot
    7. Go to settings and turn on Siri
    8. Talk to Siri every couple of minutes (at any interval) until Siri works. THIS IS THE STEP WHERE MOST OF THE PEOPLE GIVE UP. Please, have patience and you will have Siri running no time. The longest it took me to work was about 12 hours. The shortest was 15 minutes.
    9. Also, if the server is being an asshole and not giving you a working key, delete your assistant.plist file and repeat steps 3~7

    That's it. Hope you'll all run Siri sooner or later.
    Also, if u have an iPhone 4s, you can share your 4s key for the server to use by following this guide: http://siriport.ru/?page_id=185 (you will need translator if you are not Russian to read this page)

    And lastly, please support these Russian devs, since if they go down, this siriport goes down too
    Their site: siriport.ru
    Donation: http://siriport.ru/donate.php

    IM NOT AFFILIATED IN ANY WAY WITH THE SIRIPORT.RU DEVELOPERS
    My iMessage is interesting_kid@hotmail.com if u need any help

  2. xLucky7

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    inb4 there are tons of threads saying "Russian hackers stole my info!"



    nice tutorial though.
  3. interestingkid

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    I looked through these guys' forums and I have to say, they are pretty trust worthy for Russians :p
    And they connect to legit apple servers instead of a crappy proxy server
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    hmm may try it when i receive my iPhone 4..
  5. Pandawg

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    Anyone else want to confirm this works?
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    Often called the poor man's iPhone 4s, lol
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    Look at my past thread
    The address is at the top
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    I don't get the part of your post where you state the downside. When I click on the link I don't see the instructions on how to uninstall it.
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    Thanks, fixed
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    :O It's working for me! Thanks so much! Having a nice discussion with Siri about dead body's right now :D
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