A while back we reported about a tweak called Sirious. (Not Siri0us, the dictation tweak).
Sirious allowed you to paste iPhone 4S keys onto your iPhone 4 and authenticated Siri on that device until the keys expired. Continue reading
Yesterday, n00neimp0rtant managed to get Siri to authenticate on an iPod Touch. The reason why he can’t release it right now is that the validation info expires after 24 hours. You also need access to an iPhone 4S to get the required info.
“@tw23777 it’s not possible to be released. i’m using validation data from a 4S that expires every 24 hours =[“
n00neimp0rtant from the ModMyi forums recently posted that with the help of Applidium’s programs he managed to get Siri’s servers to transcribe a prerecorded voice from his computer. He said that he would later try to get it to work on his iPhone / iPod Touch. A few minutes ago, he posted this screenshot. He now also uploaded a video as proof. Watch the video after the break: