Jealous of your friends with their iPhone 4S’s and their personal assistant Siri? Completely understandable, the girl is quite the handy assistant and quite the conversationalist, I hear. Well, even though Apple doesn’t want you to have Siri on your iPhone (they’d rather you buy the new iPhone instead) doesn’t mean, thanks to some dedicated third-party developers, you can’t have her as well. Here’s how to get Siri on the Apple iPad 2 on iOs 5.1.1
I. Before You Begin
1. You must be jailbroken.
II. Add Siri Repo to your Device.1. Open the Cydia app on your device.
2. Tap on Manage.
3. Tap on Sources.
4. Tap Edit.
5. Tap Add.
6. In the URL field that pops up, type the following:
7. Click Add Anyway.
III. Install Siri on Your Device.1. Once that is done, head to search and search for “Spite”.
2. Find the one called Spite 3.0.1-1 (Untethered), click on it.
3. Click Install in the top right corner. (This will take a good 15-20 minutes so be patient and be connected to WIfi beforehand).
4. Once done, click Reboot Device.
5. Once it boots back up, choose a WiFi network then click Use Siri then Start Using Device.
6. Head to Cydia.
7. Search for AssitantServer Installer and click on it.
8. Click Install in the top right corner.
9. Once done, click Reboot Device.
IV. Enable Siri on Your Device.1. Go to Settings > General > Siri.
2. Turn Siri On.
3. Click Back.
4. Go down in Settings to SiriServer and click on it.
5. Copy the url it asks you to input at the top (or write it down).
6. Click Back.
7. Click Spire.
8. Enter the URL you copied into where it says Proxy Host.
9. Click Back.
10. Click on SiriServer again.
11. Click Start Server.
12. Click Back.
13. Reboot and enjoy Siri by holding down the Home button.
If Siri doesn’t work right away, try going back into the SiriServer in Settings and clicking on the Update Server button, then Start Server and wait 10 seconds for it to start up. Then try to use Siri again.