iMZDL's Siri Port.

WeegieMac

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*** This is for all jailbroken devices running iOS 5.1.x ***

I'm currently testing this for the guys over at iMZDL before it goes public.

First of all, it's lightning fast. Not only do you install the normal certificate from the SiriZone install site for the server you wish to use, but once you install the port from the iMZDL repo, you install another file specific to the server you've chosen.

This removes the need to copy and paste or manually input a proxy address into a box, as there is no actual section like there was in Settings with Spire or AC!DSIRI, so in that regard iMZDL's port appears more 'integrated'. The only options you have with Siri are in Settings/General to turn Siri on/off, which I like as it appears exactly like a 4S, no stand out tab for the actual port.

As I said though, it's amazingly quick, by far the fastest Siri port I've used. Results come back near instantaneously as opposed to Spire, Spite, or AC!D which can, and do, have delays.

Keep your eyes on @SiriZone on Twitter for more information. ;)
 

bandofbrothers

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*** This is for all jailbroken devices running iOS 5.1.x ***

I'm currently testing this for the guys over at iMZDL before it goes public.

First of all, it's lightning fast. Not only do you install the normal certificate from the SiriZone install site for the server you wish to use, but once you install the port from the iMZDL repo, you install another file specific to the server you've chosen.

This removes the need to copy and paste or manually input a proxy address into a box, as there is no actual section like there was in Settings with Spire or AC!DSIRI, so in that regard iMZDL's port appears more 'integrated'. The only options you have with Siri are in Settings/General to turn Siri on/off, which I like as it appears exactly like a 4S, no stand out tab for the actual port.

As I said though, it's amazingly quick, by far the fastest Siri port I've used. Results come back near instantaneously as opposed to Spire, Spite, or AC!D which can, and do, have delays.

Keep your eyes on @SiriZone on Twitter for more information. ;)
One reason I've not updated to the 5.1.1 firmware is the lack of Spire to install siri.

When is this due to be released ?
Also as I've paid for the years usage will one be able to continue !
{Prob a question for IMZDL}
 

WeegieMac

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One reason I've not updated to the 5.1.1 firmware is the lack of Spire to install siri.

When is this due to be released ?
Also as I've paid for the years usage will one be able to continue !
{Prob a question for IMZDL}
I don't know when it's due to go public, but they asked for testers today.

iMZDL's port is far, far quicker than Spire. The response times are identical to the 4S.

And you don't pay for the port, it's free ... all you pay for is your proxy access. If you have paid for access, they have your device UDID per the application/payment form, so when you go to their repo you install their port alongside a specific file for your chosen server. This is in addition to manually installing the profile from the sirizone install website.

This removes the need to enter a proxy address, as it's essentially 'installed' via the repo, removing the little tab you would normally see for Spire, etc where a Proxy is entered.

You will be VERY happy with this port. Trust me.
 

bandofbrothers

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I don't know when it's due to go public, but they asked for testers today.

iMZDL's port is far, far quicker than Spire. The response times are identical to the 4S.

And you don't pay for the port, it's free ... all you pay for is your proxy access. If you have paid for access, they have your device UDID per the application/payment form, so when you go to their repo you install their port alongside a specific file for your chosen server. This is in addition to manually installing the profile from the sirizone install website.

This removes the need to enter a proxy address, as it's essentially 'installed' via the repo, removing the little tab you would normally see for Spire, etc where a Proxy is entered.

You will be VERY happy with this port. Trust me.
Well as 5.1.1 brings little to the table i will await with bated breath for this update from IMZDL. If only the developer chpwn, of Spire could of released Spire 2 for 5.1.1, damn apple and their legalities !

You watch i'll update then IOS6 will be released.

Bring on the next idevice and the jailbreak for that !
 

0mar32

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When should we expect a release for this new Siriport ?? And what's their repo cause they've been saying update our repo but they don't give a link to this repo and I've using Sirizone for the last 4 months now, I actually visited your topic WeegieMac where you were asking about the legitimacy of Sirizone which encouraged me to buy their port!
 

WeegieMac

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When should we expect a release for this new Siriport ?? And what's their repo cause they've been saying update our repo but they don't give a link to this repo and I've using Sirizone for the last 4 months now, I actually visited your topic WeegieMac where you were asking about the legitimacy of Sirizone which encouraged me to buy their port!
Glad you're enjoying the proxy and port, I never recommend something to others I am less than 100% happy to use myself.

Yes, I took a fair amount of abuse in that thread from people who viewed initial teething problems, along with their own inability to follow instructions to the letter, as a reason to label iMZDL crooks and myself as one of their conmen.

I was their original advocator here and proudly so. I have used their beta services for years, from registering UDIDs for iOS betas to enabling Siri on my iPhone 4.

Tremendous service.
 

NanoNyrd

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Yes, I took a fair amount of abuse in that thread from people who viewed initial teething problems, along with their own inability to follow instructions to the letter, as a reason to label iMZDL crooks and myself as one of their conmen.
Nevertheless, that thread convinced me (and probably many others) that the iMZDL proxy was most likely to be a success in the long run, and to try them out. Thanks for that!

I don't use Siri a lot, but when I do it almost always works. The only problem is my accent, can't blame iMZDL for that. :D

Tremendous service.
I can second that. They answer email as quickly as is reasonable, given the timezone difference. :)
 

WeegieMac

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Nevertheless, that thread convinced me (and probably many others) that the iMZDL proxy was most likely to be a success in the long run, and to try them out. Thanks for that!
Yeah, I don't get anything from recommending them, I just want people to use the best service possible.
 

bandofbrothers

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I've been using their Siri proxy for quite a few months now on my iPhone 4 on 5.0.1 through Spire and have not had many issues at all apart from when Apple tried to block access which was resolved by the plist delete procedure.

It's good that a work around has been achieved for those updating to 5.1.1. From comments on here it sounds stable and fast. :)
 
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