In order to use Siri on the iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4, iPod Touch and iPad, you need a so-called key - a digital signature that is automatically generated on the iPhone 4S. In this article, we will show you how to save Siri keys on a special server for later launching the voice assistant on early iOS devices.
There are several ways to send Siri keys to the server, but we recommend using the simplest one - automatic key sending using the SiriPort. Ru Helper tweak.
The key transfer process does not cause significant consumption of web traffic, except for a few kilobytes.
Let's move on to the methods of sending keys to the server.
Automatic way to send keys to SiriPort. Ru Helper:
1. Install the repo.siriport.ru repository in Cydia;
2. Install the tweak SiriPort. Ru Helper;
3. Install the SiriPort certificate: Settings -> SiriPort. Ru Helper -> Install Certificate
4. Start Siri by saying: "Hi, Siri" or "Hello, Siri", if you receive a response, then the data transfer to generate new keys was successful.
Keys on iPhone 4S are known to regenerate every 25 hours, so use Siri daily whenever possible.