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Install And Use Siri On iPhone 4 Without A Spire Server (Proxy), With An iPhone 4S

by on February 18, 2012
 


Do you want Siri, but not the iPhone 4S? If so, there’s a simple port that brings Siri to the iPhone 4 – it’s called Spire. Spire was developed by Chpwn and until now, you had to have access to a Spire server in order for Siri to work properly.

Thanks to AssistantConnect and Spire, users with (daily) access to an iPhone 4S will be able to use Siri on their iPhone 4 without have to go through a Spire server.

Follow the steps listed below to have Siri up and running on your iPhone 4 in no time:


1. Jailbreak both the iPhone 4S and the iPhone 4 using these simple tutorials:

2. Open Cydia on the iPhone 4S, install “AssistantConnect4S” from the BigBoss repository and respring when prompted

3. Launch “AssistantConnect4S” and immediately reboot your iPhone 4S

4. Once the iPhone 4S is back up, launch “AssistantConnect4S”, activate Siri, ask Siri anything so that it responds

5. Press the home button, tap “Email Siri Data”, enter in an email address that can be accessed on the iPhone 4 and send the email

6. Open Cydia on the iPhone 4, install “Spire”, “AssistantConnect” and “SBSettings” (reboot and respring when necessary)

7. On the iPhone 4, go to General -> Siri and enable Siri inside of the Settings app

8. Activate SBSettings on the iPhone 4, tap “More”, go to “Mobile Substrate Addons”, toggle off “SpireHooks” and “SpireInjector”  and press the home button to respring and apply the changes

9. Locate the email with the “AssistantConnect4S” attachment on the iPhone 4 and open it with “AssistantConnect”

10. Tap “Dismiss” when prompted, press the home button and respring

Once the iPhone 4 has finished its respring, you will have full access to Siri!

NOTE: In order to use Siri on the iPhone 4 for any extended period of time, you’ll need to generate a new “AssistantConnect4S” file daily (simply follow steps 4, 5, 9 and 10)

Subscribe to my YouTube channel if this helped you get Siri on your iPhone 4 and stay tuned for more useful iOS tutorials!

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  • theboy
    March 17, 2012 at 8:28 am

    Does this work for itouch 4g

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  • Trey
    February 26, 2012 at 7:32 pm

    Will this work on an ipad2

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  • Dylan
    February 23, 2012 at 1:33 pm

    Siri is fully functional, but doesn’t talk. Any ideas? 

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  • Plap16
    February 22, 2012 at 3:20 pm

    this post isnt related to the video, but when i tried to jailbreak my itouch 4g on PC using the newest redsnow, it would get to “Waiting for reboot” and then the itouch would turn on and the progress would be lost. i use itouch 4g on 5.0.1. I tried using the redsn0w_win_0.9.10b4 on my PC. I switched the compatibility to windows xp 2. please help

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  • Jaylen
    February 20, 2012 at 4:14 pm

    hey all yew i found aye way that doesnt require the iphone 4s on a daily basis. comment and i would be happy to let you all know. :)

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  • February 19, 2012 at 9:38 am

    um, is it only me that can’t see the reason to do this if you have access to an iPhone 4S on a daily basis?

    Also, there are LOTS of incorrect info in this post, as Tony Hegne posted below.
    Although, thanks for the update! 

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  • MaZ
    February 19, 2012 at 3:45 am

    Thanks for that tut.

    Interesting but def not worth
    the hassle.

    I’ll wait for something that doesn’t
    need access to an Iphone4s everyday :(

    Good proof of concept vid
    though :-)Thanks again.
    Thanks for that tut.

    Interesting but def not worth
    the hassle.

    I’ll wait for something that doesn’t
    need access to an Iphone4s everyday :(

    Good proof of concept vid
    though :-)

    Thanks again.

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  • February 18, 2012 at 9:38 pm

    And also its called a SiriProxy. Not a Spire Proxy.

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  • February 18, 2012 at 9:37 pm

    Also this is incorrect.
    Do you want Siri, but not the iPhone 4S? If so, there’s a simple port that brings Siri to the iPhone 4S

    It should say
    Do you want Siri, but not the iPhone 4S? If so, there’s a simple port that brings Siri to the iPhone 4

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  • February 18, 2012 at 9:36 pm

    Step 6 is wrong
    6. Open Cydia on the iPhone 4S, install “Spire”, “AssistantConnect4S” and “SBSettings” (reboot and respring when necessary)

    It SHOULD say
    6. Open Cydia on the iPhone 4, install “Spire”, “AssistantConnect” and “SBSettings” (reboot and respring when necessary)

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