As you all know, you need to have valid keys from an iPhone 4S on your iDevice in order to use Siri. If you don’t have the validationData from an iPhone 4S, Siri won’t work. Until now, the easiest way was to setup a SiriProxy yourself, or use one from our SiriProxy Server List. But setting up your own SiriProxy was very difficult, and the free SiriProxies didn’t always work.
Now, there is a new way to get the validationData from an iPhone 4S to your iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad. A tweak called AssistantConnect and AssistantConnect4S allow you to share a 4S’s validationData over E-Mail, so you won’t have to set up a SiriProxy Server. Continue reading →
If you want Siri on your iPhone 4, iPod Touch or iPad you have to use Spire and a SiriProxy with ValidationData from an iPhone 4S. You can either set the SiriProxy server up yourself and feed it with your own iPhone 4S keys, or you can use one of the SiriProxies from our SiriProxy Server List. There are many paid servers, but there are also free ones. The most popular being “The Three Little Pigs Server“.
But there is one big problem with these SiriProxies: The ValidationData, which has to be grabbed from an iPhone 4S, only lasts 24 hours. This means that the keys on the server have to be renewed every 24 hours. This is very annoying, especially for the free SiriProxy Servers, because there have to be people who donate their keys every day. Continue reading →
The blog Ketchup-Mayo-Senf.de just released one validationdata key from an iPhone 4S. The key will only be valid for 24 hours. If you have your own SiriProxy Server already set up, you can just copy the key to your server (you have to solve a tiny puzzle first to get the full key). If you don’t have your own SiriProxy Server, you might want to copy the keys directly onto your iDevice with Sirious.
As you all know, Spire requires a valid authentication token to connect to Apple. You have to either set up your own server using a friends Siri keys, or connect to someone else’s SiriProxy Server. But beware, everytime you connect to Siri through a server, private information gets sent through the proxy. Continue reading →
However, Spire is not a complete solution. Apple still requires authorization to use Siri, so information from an iPhone 4S is still required. To insert this information, Spire allows you to enter your own proxy server address.
Recently, there have been a lot of people asking for iPhone 4S keys to use them for their own servers. Many people didn’t want to give out their iPhone 4S keys because they feared that their keys might get blacklisted.
But according to the Technetec Dev Team, a ban of your keys will NOT be permanent. It looks like the X-Ace Host is the key that gets blacklisted, not the UUID or UDID. And a new X-Ace Host is generated every two weeks. There is also a way to reset the X-Ace Host manually. Continue reading →