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1. remove all ca files from the phone if you have any installed
Settings > General > Profile


2. Add One of the following IPs and Certs to your phone. You need to load this page on the device in safari and click the link below to install the cert. This will ask you to install the file if done on the device.
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Server 1:


Spire IP:
https://70.114.193.224/


Certificate:
http://olyboi2.co.uk/CS0.pem
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Server 2:


Spire IP:
https://199.30.49.242:4443/


Certificate:
http://olyboi2.co.uk/CS1.pem
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Server 3: (British Server)

Spire IP:
https://199.19.111.132:4441

Certificate:
http://olyboi2.co.uk/CS2.pem

Also:
We have a paid server with all features that the siri has including Send an email, send SMS, Create reminder
Check it out here

Edited by bobtq1, 12 April 2012 - 02:34 AM.

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thank you

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Thanks
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Thanks!

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Edited by imott, 24 February 2012 - 12:58 AM.

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4th: pkmnp

thanks :)

Edited by pkmnp, 24 February 2012 - 12:46 AM.

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5th:wownaruto
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maybe as the 6th one?
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7th gadriel !
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Dam, I would be happy to try out a google siri alternative

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Just kidding, if there is no more slots that's cool :-)

Cheers

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Dam, I would be happy to try out a google siri alternative

1 Username XtAsTy, since only imott actually typed it as you asked :teehee: :teehee: :whistling: :whistling: :whistling: :whistling: :teehee: :teehee:

Just kidding, if there is no more slots that's cool :-)

Cheers

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Going to send everyone that just replied a spot.

Edited by bobtq1, 24 February 2012 - 02:02 AM.

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ah, man... I would have liked to try it. My username is who.
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ah, man... I would have liked to try it. My username is who.


Sent :)
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Guys just out of full disclosure here, from personal experience as I set up one of these Google API servers on my personal PC using linux running on a virtual PC, this type of Siri does VERY little right now and not much of anything well for the commands it can understand.

You can create a note, call a contact (but very poor since it just dials without asking if it's the correct one you said, nor asks which # you want to call if they have multiple #s), find your location on a map (not useful for very much anything), search very very limited things in Wolfram, get the time (works well but has no useful function to it really on this or real siri when you can see it right above on the top bar), set a timer, set an alarm (very limited- can only set an alarm, cannot view current ones or change them), and weather (working well).

Basically its about 10% there of what real Siri can do and a proof of concept at best currently with very little functionality, half of what is only half done. The only thing it is really good for is if you only want dictation from the keyboard. Otherwise, a real siri proxy is the way to go. This project will takes months if not 1-2 years to finish to act anywhere near the functionality of real siri, and Apple will have moved on to bigger and better things with Siri by then.

Edited by stulaw11, 24 February 2012 - 02:15 AM.

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Guys just out of full disclosure here, from personal experience as I set up one of these Google API servers on my personal PC using linux running on a virtual PC, this type of Siri does VERY little right now and not much of anything well for the commands it can understand.

You can create a note, call a contact (but very poor since it just dials without asking if it's the correct one you said, nor asks which # you want to call if they have multiple #s), find your location on a map (not useful for very much anything), search very very limited things in Wolfram, get the time (works well but has no useful function to it really on this or real siri when you can see it right above on the top bar), set a timer, set an alarm (very limited- can only set an alarm, cannot view current ones or change them), and weather (working well).

Basically its about 10% there of what real Siri can do and a proof of concept at best currently with very little functionality, half of what is only half done. The only thing it is really good for is if you only want dictation from the keyboard. Otherwise, a real siri proxy is the way to go. This project will takes months if not 1-2 years to finish to act anywhere near the functionality of real siri, and Apple will have moved on to bigger and better things with Siri by then.

And if you haven't noticed this is FREE
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Edited by bobtq1, 24 February 2012 - 02:19 AM.

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Guys just out of full disclosure here, from personal experience as I set up one of these Google API servers on my personal PC using linux running on a virtual PC, this type of Siri does VERY little right now and not much of anything well for the commands it can understand.

You can create a note, call a contact (but very poor since it just dials without asking if it's the correct one you said, nor asks which # you want to call if they have multiple #s), find your location on a map (not useful for very much anything), search very very limited things in Wolfram, get the time (works well but has no useful function to it really on this or real siri when you can see it right above on the top bar), set a timer, set an alarm (very limited- can only set an alarm, cannot view current ones or change them), and weather (working well).

Basically its about 10% there of what real Siri can do and a proof of concept at best currently with very little functionality, half of what is only half done. The only thing it is really good for is if you only want dictation from the keyboard. Otherwise, a real siri proxy is the way to go. This project will takes months if not 1-2 years to finish to act anywhere near the functionality of real siri, and Apple will have moved on to bigger and better things with Siri by then.


Dude, this thing is incredibly legit for a Google API server. At least we don't have to pay incredible money for another device that can do what the older one could equally do on a minor scale.

Props to the dev! :D
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I'm only giving away one more spot. I hope everyone else enjoys free siri :)
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Yes very awesome server and very fast :)
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I'm only giving away one more spot. I hope everyone else enjoys free siri :)

Wow thank you and I can't wait to test it out when I finish work at get home :-) Thanks heaps bobtq1 :thumbsup: :thumbsup:

Rep added :woot:

Edited by XtAsTy, 24 February 2012 - 02:50 AM.

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I'm only giving away one more spot. I hope everyone else enjoys free siri :)


Thanks!

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Would like to have one! Username: paulito
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