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Siri Proxy Demo On iPhone 4S

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  1. Not sure what it can do in real world, but it’s a nice idea if I can turn my home’s light on, heater on, air conditioner on, or off, using Siri.

    It’s very interesting and futuristic.

  2. @IShogiI you’re completely missing the point of this demonstration.. if everyone shared your opinion, we’d all be using mailboxes to send out letters to our friends instead of instant messaging. we’d all be walking instead of driving. and we wouldn’t have a thermostat to just „do it ourselves“. but i guess not everyone is an innovator.

  3. Thank to you and your proxy tool, the „hacker/programmer“ community is doing all kinds of great things with Siri now. From car starters, light controllers and home automation, playing back specific episodes on a media center, to pulling up status report on network traffic and auditing events. Who knows what people are going to do next.

    Thanks for opening up your code on github for everyone to use and innovate!

    This reminds me the time when a hacker opened up Kinect.

  4. @abcborgess Unfortunantly, while Microsoft welcomed kinect and WP7 hackers, Apple will probably just ignore them and try to lock them out. Well at least Sony didn’t invent siri, or the maker of this video would probably already have a lawsuit

  5. Awesome hack, but what would be even more awesome is if you could port Siri to Android. As long as you use clean-room reverse engineering, there wouldn’t be any copyright issues, as all that would be necessary would be to have it connect to the same server using the same protocol.

  6. This is so sick. I am going to have fun messing around with this stuff. Thanks for posting all of this info (i followed your link from the siriproxy page). Who cares about its immediate usage, but the educational value it holds.

  7. In the time i say the temp to an (i have no) iphone, i could walk to the thermostat and fix it by myself. Talking to devices, and do some coolstuff will take a long long time to integrate!

  8. @mayorc haha, yeah that’s true, but gett’n the phone out of my pocket, unlock it, speak, and execute, will take a lot more time than walking to and changing the thermostat in an average house 😉

  9. @bluefrisky What? You’re completely misundertanding what I said, sometimes, it comes a point when, you can seriously freaking do something by yourself. Cars, OK, distance can be pretty long in some cases ; IM, OK, it’s useful to chat with people for free & not waste paper. But thermostat? INSIDE your house ?! Are you a fattie that can’t get out of your chair to not want to stand up that much? That was my point, and people agree with me mostly, some cases are really ridiculous, like this.

  10. i think you can install Siriproxy on the iPhone it self when you already jailbreak it
    so.. you don’t need computer for the proxy anymore 🙂
    nice work.
    (sorry for my bad english)

  11. We have a working proxy server. It cost money to get access though. Please see our channel and videos for proof and how to pay! Our servers are managed so that there is no lag and we make sure the server doesn’t go down for more that 10min.

  12. why do this?… not trying to troll or anything i seriously wonder :\ i mean if you went to apple with that idea you could have made… hundreds!

  13. If you don’t have an iPhone 4S, but still want to pose spoken questions to your device and let her speak out the answer, give ‚Voice Ask‘ a try. The knowledge base behind it is huge (better than Siri) and the voice recognition works better with all accents. Work is going on to add integrated functionality that Siri offers, but for now, it’s a great app that knows details on the strangest of subjects. Get it at voiceask.com.

  14. If you don’t have an iPhone 4S, but still want to pose spoken questions to your device and let her speak out the answer, give ‚Voice Ask‘ a try. The knowledge base behind it is huge (better than Siri) and the voice recognition works better with all accents. Work is going on to add integrated functionality that Siri offers, but for now, it’s a great app that knows details on the strangest of subjects. Get it at voiceask.com.

  15. The idea is that anyone can then add something instead of having to wait for apple to do something, helping others overall.

  16. Get-Siri.com
    Un site avec aucun plantage en 2mois et demi, moins chère, plus fiable, et avec des plugins.
    Même un 4s en a pas autant.

  17. Mi iPhone 4 + iOS 5.1.1 (9B208) + Siri Español / Castellano (EEUU) – drspace + RAM swap

    Detalles:

    * iPhone 4 con iOS 5.1.1 (9B208)

    * General y Settings personalizados

    * Siri en español
    * LockScreen / Pantalla de bloqueo animada

    * Memoria RAM virtualizada (swap) hasta más de 400 megas libres para su uso

    * etc…

    Publicado el 29/05/2012

    Video: youtube.com/watch?v=JfgF2xV6zs4

  18. The thermostat must be connected to a Wi-Fi network and be able to be controlled by the SiriProxy server via a plugin.

  19. I think you need to apply for a job at ’nest‘ maybe you can replace their horrible app with something like this!
    Good Job.

  20. so, your phone must be on your wifi with the proxy? Could you proxy siri in a similar way if you have a jailbroken iPhone? This has a hell of a lot of potential, I want to do so many things with this functionality.

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