iPad 2 Siri is easy to install, SiriProxy needed
When Apple’s new iPhone 4S officially arrived in October of last year, many celebrated the fact that it came with the add-on of voice recognition feature ‘Siri.’ Allowing you to talk to your phone device, it seems the Cali Company have paved the way to use this feature not only on future devices such as possibly their next iPad 3, but other manufacturers will no doubt use something similar.
For those that already have the iPad 2, we can tell you courtesy of idownloadblog.com, that Siri is now available as an untethered jailbreak. Apple’s iPhone 4 smartphone in the past has benefited from this with a step-by-step guide as to how to access it. Here at Phones Review we will give you a very and we say a very basic rundown of what to do to get Siri working on your iPad 2, and its not for the faint-hearted!
To have any success from it working, advice is to have a jailbroken iPad 2 running iOS 5.0.1 to start with, along with SiriProxy, which benefits from the use of other OS. Firstly after installing SiriProxy onto the iPad 2 by way of the Spire Tutorial, you may be faced with what’s been reported as an ‘iPhone mode,’ which could affect the iPad screen, a fix is possible for this by way of a respring.
Next steps for the process include the downloading and installation ‘iFile,’ from Cydia. To follow on from this or to find out any more information click onto the link in the second paragraph. Let us know if you decide to attempt this and how you get on.