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Topic # 98177 25-Feb-2012 13:58 Send private message

Having just got an iphone 4 (non s) through a deal i couldn't pass up. I wanted to try siri out and read about ways to do this on the standard 4. I havn't had much luck and wondered if anyone here had succeeded? I tried siriport first, i got it installed but couldn't get it to activate, i must have tried it 50 times over the course of a couple of days. Then i tried Sara, that worked but Sara could barely understand anything i said, it was getting everything wrong which was more than frustrating.. So i moved onto Spire today, no luck here  either ive tried a few different free proxys that have open keys, but no luck, just get the usual "Sorry i can't help you right now" from siri (i have followed the guides for all of these to a T by the way, installed all the necessary certificates etc).

Anyone out there got something up and running?

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  Reply # 586650 25-Feb-2012 14:00 Send private message

No, those all sound like you got the full Siri experience.




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  Reply # 586680 25-Feb-2012 15:15 Send private message

Try www.idownloadblog.com , the reviewer Jeff has a Youtube channel at http://www.youtube.com/user/myjailbreakmovies

Very good website and reviews, and as far as I can tell he reviews almost everything that comes out for Cydia

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  Reply # 586735 25-Feb-2012 18:01 Send private message

I have been using spire with i4siri.com's servers. They are using google to do everything rather than apple. It is still in the beta stage atm, but it still works pretty well. This is on a 3gs

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  Reply # 588033 28-Feb-2012 21:19 Send private message

I'm using the IMZDL server on my iphone 4. Bought a 7.50$ slot from blizzarddevteam.com for wifey's IP4. Both are reliable & very fast. I havent noticed any downtime. They are even quicker compared to my mate's 4s. The servers are located in the US. IMZDL will come up with an australian based server soon. 

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