Siri Now Working on iPod Touch 4G and iPhone 4 [Video]

Since the release of iPhone 4S and its amazing voice command feature Siri, developers are finding out differenct methods and techniques to get siri working on other iOS devices like iPhone 4, iPhone 3GS, iPad 2 and iPod Touch 4G. Many developers and iOS hackers got siri on iPad, iPhone 4 and iPod Touch but voice commands were not working because it was not connected with Apple servers. But today an iOs developer Steven Troughton-Smith working with Grant Paul a.k.a chpwn successfully came up with working Siri on iPhone 4 and iPod Touch 4G.  Steven Troughton-Smith tweeted:

Have Siri connecting to Apple’s servers on iPhone 4 after hack session with @chpwn!

Siri working on iPhone 4

Below are the two videos that shows siri working on iPhone 4 and iPod Touch 4G and successfully responding to voice commands.

Both Grant Paul and Steven Smith said that the public release is not possible at this time and people should stop asking them about the release. They also said that they are unable to provide any details about how they did all this.

A public release is not possible at this time for a LOT of reasons. So please don’t ask.
EDIT: Also, unfortunately, we can’t explain how it’s done — it’s also not possible just using publicly available tools, so that wouldn’t be useful anyway. 

(Once there is a public jailbreak for the iPhone 4S, this should become somewhat easier to distribute. No ETAs there, though: I have no clue when that will be.) 



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