How To: Install Siri On Your iPhone 4 / iPad / iPod Touch 4G On iOS 6 [VIDEO]

A new jailbreak tweak called SiriPort, which is now available for download in the Cydia store, allows A4 device owners to install Apple’s digital voice assistant Siri. The tweak works on any jailbroken iPhone 4, iPod touch 4G or the original iPad running iOS 6.

Folks over at AppAdvice have made a video tutorial on how to install Siri on A4 devices using SirPort. Once you’ve successfully installed the tweak, you should be able to use Siri on your A4 powered device, just as you would on an iPhone 4S, iPhone 5 or the new iPad.

*Be sure to carefully watch the YouTube video for the installation instructions and as always, proceed at your own risk.

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  • Biggy604

    Im sorry but if there is no unteathered jailbreak for iOS 6 and the fact iOS 6 is filled with bugs (ex very low battery life). This tweak seems kind of useless.

  • Anthony

    Wouldn’t you rather be told about new ideas and then decide yourself if it is useful? Although I won’t use this I am still happy to be notified about it. At some point in time there may be an idea that many may consider useless but I will benefit from, that I would miss out on if they didn’t write about ideas that may not be useful to some.

  • MOZ

    Just a word of advice… Based on my experience with iOS5.11 (I’m fairly good average knowledge)… BACKUP your device before installing SiriPort!!!!! so that if it ever mess things up you can get your device functional quickly (especially if you ever decide to try to uninstall it )!

  • Hiya_tiger

    So this doesn’t work on 5.1.1?

  • http://twitter.com/aristotle_dude Ari U.

    Yeah, just trust a Russian site. I would think that the random server in Russian with the “security” is a man in the middle attack to collect all of your information when use use “SIRI”.

    Just buy an iPhone 5 or 4S if you want to use that feature. Don’t put your privacy and identity at risk.

  • MrXax

    Didn’t work with my iPhone 4; it caused my phone to boot into safe mode.

  • DFW93

    I tried this on an IPod touch 4g, the install was successful, albeit totally shady, and probably making me prey to identity theft. Ultimately, the functionality was pathetic, and so I restored it to factory settings.