Siri, the feature unleashed by Apple at the Lets Talk event held in the Apple headquarters on October 4. It is the personal assistant that takes the voice commands and performs the different many tasks you say her to do.
Since the very first day Siri came up to light in iPhone 4S, the developers around the world have tried to port it to the devices which are iOS 5 upgraded other than iPhone 4S.
It is exclusively released for iPhone 4S but older versions with iOS 5 upgrade can now install Siri GUI only. It mean that it will not be fully supported because the Apple servers will not behind the ported siri and for doing so you will have to port some files from iPhone 4S.
Following from here is the guide to install Siri GUI on your iPhone 4 and iPod touch 4G.
1) Jailbreak your iDevice on iOS 5 using any jailbreaking software (Redsnow or snowbreeze).
2) Download the file which is required for porting Siri to iPhone 4 and iPod touch 4G.
3) GO n the file explorer of your iOS and copy over AssistantServices.framework folder to Root > System > Library > PrivateFrameworks. You have to connect your device to computer through a USB.
4) Now transfer all the files from the Springboard folder from the downloaded file tp Root > System > Library > CoreServices > Springboard.app
5) Go to the iFile from Cydia and open the .plist file for your iOS device. The route is System > Library > CoreServices > Springboard.app.It will be named N81AP for iPod touch 4G and N9x for iPhone 4 (where x may be 0, 1, 2).
6) Now add a new property list naming assistant to the .plist file. Set the class as Boolean along with the setting YES in its value.
7) Add “<key>assistant</key><true/>” to the .plist file.
8) Respiring your iDevice.
Congratulations, you have successfully ported the Siri GUI file to your device. This is only GUI, no voice commands will be working with this but there is a hope that Apple might make it official. Apple has not said any thing about the porting scenario going around. We don’t know if it is going to be an official call but Siri is only fun if it is fully supported.
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