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Discussion in 'iPad Hacking' started by edlewis11, May 19, 2012.
Has anyone used it. If so what are your thoughts. I've had it for a couple weeks and really like it.
I installed it, played with it a couple of days, got bored and uninstalled it. I am not missing it.
I searched in the app store and couldn't find Siri for the iPad. Where did you find it? Is it called something else? I have Evi but that app is kinda lame.
Did they jail break the device to get Siri?
Yes, you need to jailbreak, then you can use one of the many Siri hacks that are around. You do need legitimate access to an iPhone4S for authorisation keys to be fed in through a proxy server. Any other solution is illegal (or at least a very grey area) and not condoned by us.
Whilst it's an interesting hack, it's far more trouble than it's worth IMHO, and since I have a 4S it's just too much effort for very little reward
The alternative to Siri I used is called Sara...but not worth the hassle tbh.
Siri herself is not worth the hassle... I got a 4S in December and got bored after a couple days. It winds up being faster and far less hassle to perform the operation yourself rather than use Siri. You're not missing much.
But using another server other than apple's isnt illegal right. Im using wordjelly right now nd its great!
I didn't have to use a 4s or hack any servers. . Just jailbreak add the siriport repo and a 4s certificate. It activated in 3 days. Took about ten minutes. Been working ever since.