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Discussion in 'Jailbreaks and iOS Hacks' started by swiftbmx, Feb 3, 2012.
Has anyone created a toggle to turn Siri on and off within SBSettings?
Why would you need to turn off?
There are certain quiet environments(meetings for example) that I do not want to accidentally activate it since it overrides the mute switch.
Just turn off raise to speak, not really sure how you would accidentally activate it in a meeting unless you're sitting on it.
Holding the home button too long on the lockscreen.
Maybe there is a "mute all sounds" toggle instead?
Exactly, where do you keep your phone during meetings? I don't think I've ever accidentally held in the home bottom....especially in a meeting. If it's in a front pocket, shirt pocket, case or on a table. Not sure how you'll hold in the home button.
That doesnt make much sense.
I accidentally held down the home button for 5 seconds.
My phone is usually in my front pants pocket. Siri is activated after holding home button for less than 2 seconds. I usually pull my phone out by using two finger to digg into my pocket and depressing the home button the same time. Is this so difficult to explain? Theres toggles for some of the most ridiculous shitt, Siri is definitely something that should be able to be toggled off.
I occasionally activate it by mistake too. I would like a toggle too if there is one. I don't know why everyone is trying to convince you that you don't need one instead of actually helping.
I don't know of any toggles that can enable/disable Siri through SBSettings, but do note - every time you disable/enable Siri, she loses all data she's learned about you and adjusted to.
I completely forgot about that. Maybe someone will make a toggle to just turn off the activation method and turn it back on.
I accidentally activated the voice control on my iPod touch at work once. Somehow it started playing Pantera. It can happen.
I've only used Siri for useless info the first day I got my phone because I find it more inconvenient explaining nonsense to her than swiping my fingers a few times in an app. I use Siri exclusively for talk to text when I drive, I actually wish I could disable her completely and just leave that feature on.