[Note: This UI will replace the previous "voice control" feature]
You need to prepare:
How to install Siri on your device:
Step 1: Extract siri.rar file.
Step 2: Copy the extracted folder AssistantServices.framework with i-funbox or other tools to /System/Library/PrivateFrameworks/ directory.
Step 3: Copy all files in SpringBoard_Assistant_pics folder to /system/library/coreservice/springboard.app directory [Note not copy a folder].
Step 4: Modify “N90AP.plist” (iPhone 4) “N81AP.plist” (iPod touch Touch4) in /system/library/coreservice/springboard.app with iFile. Then add <key>assistant</key><true/> in <key>720p</key><true/> behind, save and exit.
Step 5: Reboot the iPhone, and then holding down home botton in the locked screen, you can see Siri UI.
- Please note step 4, you must use iFile editing. Do not use such itools and ifunbox to Modify, respring will appear DFU Loop.
- If the device still respring loop, you can delete <key>assistant</key><true/> in N90AP.list to Restore the initial state, then reboot.
- If the above steps are right, but still can not successfully call up Siri, only appear voice control or DFU Loop, which means unsuccessful. Try to use another AssistantServices.framework folder replacing the prior one, that probably is competing with the Factory time. AssistantServices.framework.rar
- To restore the voice control, you need to deleteassistantin the N90AP.list.
Fix respring loop
Note that after you copy AssistantServices.framework folder to /System/Library/PrivateFrameworks/ directory
Please set AssistantServices.framework folder permissions to 755
Then modify N90AP.plist (iPhone 4); N81AP.plist (iTouch4) in /system/library/coreservice/springboard.app with iFile.
found <key>720p</key><true/>, add <key>1080p</key><true/>, <key>assistant</key><true/> behind it, save and exit.