Sunday, June 17, 2012

Premium Siri Server: uSirity from uhelios, Awesome

Are you Siri-ous? (I know, over used cheesy pun) 

Another awesome Siri Server?  I am, uSirity from uhelios.  This is awesome.

I have played with several ports and servers, uSirity is top notch---and it's powered by Google Voice API.  VERY simple to install and use.  One time fee: $15.00 at the time of this post.

STEP 1.  You will need a Jailbroken iDevice.  


Siri Port, Spire from the BigBoss repo in Cydia if on iOS 5.0.1 [recommended]

Siri Port Spazz from Cydia if on iOS 5.1.1

In Cydia, go to sources and add the repo: 

If you have any issues, I recommend installing these Siri ports after a fresh restore and jailbreak, and starting as "new device". 

Step 3.  Install uSirity, available in Cydia after you add the repo source:

Step 4. Get your UDID number.

Easiest method: launch iTunes, click on your device, click on summary, then in the summary window where it shows your device's serial number....CLICK on the words "Serial Number" and this will change to "Identifier (UDID).  From the menu bar in iTunes, click on "edit" then "copy identifier (UDID).  This will put your UDID on the clipboard to later paste into the order form at

Step 5. Mosey on over to, paste your UDID into the form and purchase your server slot. Once you get the email confirmation stating your UDID is on the server, you can get things setup.

Step 5, configure uSirity from the Settings app by selecting server and downloading the certificate.

Here's a quick Bruce T tube on how to get this all set up.  I am using my 3GS on iOS 5.0.1 using Spire.

Do it, don't be scared, you'll love Siri and her power.

That's how Bruce T does Siri ports with uhelios' uSirity.

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