iPhone IOS 6 Jailbroken iPhone 4 - AC!D Siri - Location Services not working

Discussion in 'Jailbreaks and iOS Hacks' started by knowash, Oct 17, 2012.

  1. knowash macrumors newbie

    Jul 4, 2012
    I recently installed AC!D Siri on my jailbroken iphone 4 running IOS 6. Everything seems to be working fine with Siri except that everytime I try anything that requires Location Services, Siri comes back saying that location services is not enabled for Siri.... but when I navigate to Settings -> Private -> Location Services... Siri is not even listed there... is there a way I can enable location services for Siri ?

    Any edits that can be directly made to any file via iFile app?

    Any help is greatly appreciated...

    PS: Pardon me if it is a duplicate post. I did look for one and didn't find any...
  2. dsudorion macrumors newbie


    Oct 23, 2012
    you're not the only one with this problem.. Any advice would be welcome...
  3. Major General macrumors member

    Major General

    May 26, 2012
    I would remove Ac!d siri and use siriport, works fine just for me

    Step 1: The first and potentially most important step is to get access to the required Siri port files. Open up Cydia on your iPhone 4 or iPod touch 4 and head to the section where it allows you to add a new repository (Manage > Sources > Edit > Add). In the resulting pop-up box; add the following repo address and confirm the addition: repo.siriport.ru

    Step 2: When the repository has finished reloading its data; search for the SiriPort (original) iOS 6 package and install it to the device through the usual manner.

    Step 3: When the package is installed and the device has rebooted, navigate to Settings.app and find the SiriPort.Ru Original option. Tap on this option and select the Install Certificate to install the require verification certificate to enable communication between the device and the Siri server.

    Step 4: Installation process is now complete. Invoke Siri and say anything to start using it.
    Note: It may take a while for it to respond to your queries. Keep trying until you here back from Siri.
  4. macvanderspek macrumors newbie

    Jun 9, 2012
    Voice Answer

    If you would like an alternative to Siri on your iPad 2 or iPhone 4, try out the app 'Voice Answer' as well. Not only does this work on any of the iOS devices, no jailbreak required, but it also introduces a 3D robot to assist you. Check out voiceanswer.com.

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