HiSiri Tweak Claims Fully Functional Siri for iPhone 4

December 6, 2011, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

The SiriOus, a new Cydia tweak which surfaced a few days ago enables owners of iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4 and iPod Touch 4G to make use of Siri Dictation.

Another tweak, called the H1Siri, has jumped into the picture claiming full functionality on the iPhone 4 and iPod Touch 4G.

The full Siri functionality of the HiSiri covers GUI, Dictation and Voice Commands on the iPhone 4.

Now there are quite a lot of users who have had trouble connecting to the network on using the tweak.

But that may be due to the fact that the Siri voice commands and speech-to-be-converted-to-text voice files fly through unknown proxy servers instead of Apple’s own babies. And the server in context is being weighed down in the present, so you probably won’t get it running until there’s a reduction in load traffic.

There’s a warning from hacker Chronic that since the user’s personal data go through an untrusted server, it would do well for users to stay as far away as possible from this tweak. Moreover, the usage of modified copyrighted files makes this tweak illegal.

And as all things illegal goes, you may find yourself itching to try it. So if you are longing to jump the untrusted server, you need a jailbroken iPhone 4 for the H1Siri.

Here’s a video below where you can see Siri in an iPhone 4. If you succeed in your tweak, let us know.

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