Monday, October 31, 2011

How to add Siri on you iPhone 4 / iPod touch 4G

If you have an iPhone 4 and want to install Siri, then read this am. Of course, your iPhone must be jailbroken. Be aware that you'll  interface that Siri, p ince Siri connects to Apple servers and in turn prevents the firm access to the Apple iPhone that are not 4S.

Step 1. Jailbreak your iPhone 4 with iOS 5 using Redsn0w.

Step 2. Download

Step 3. Use Explorer to copy the iPhone folder in PrivateFrameworks Assistantservices Folder (the path is: Root> System> Library> PrivateFrameworks) aglement You can use WinSCP to navigate through your files.

Host name:<type the IP address of your network from the WiFi settings on your iPhone>Username: rootPassword: alpine
Step 4. Now you do the same thing by going to the folder SprinBoard, and copying all the files in the folder SpringBoard_Assistant_pics (this folder is located Root> System> Library> CoreServices>

Step 5. IFile install from Cydia.

Step 6. Go to Root> System> Library> CoreServices> and open the files named N90AP.plist for the iPhone 4 or N81AP.plist for iPod Touch 4G.

Step 7. Using the. Plist, add a new property list and name it "assistant" and choose the classes Boolean, and set the value YES. Now click File. Plist and edit the wizard as follows:''<key> assistant </ key> <true/>''After''<key> 720p </ key> <true/>''

Step 8. Restart your device on iOS for Siri. Press and hold the Home button to call your new assistant Siri.

Note:  If you want to install on your device iOS Siri, you do so at your own risk. Because Siri connects to Apple servers and in turn prevents access to the Apple that are not  iPhone 4S.


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