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  1. I have an HP Elitebook 8460P running High Sierra 10.13.1 Im trying to get iMessage and Siri working. When i click on iMessage and try to sign in i get error: Activation Error When i click on Siri i instantly am greeted with: sorry, could you say that again... and siri will not let me ask it anything My mac "Serial" on coveragecheck comes up as a macbook pro. My Ethernet works and i have a WiFi USB My Mic is hearing my voice in System Preferences Siri is active and configured to use the correct Mic Im fairly new to getting Mac running on Intel Based PCs. any help would be greatly appreciated.
  2. Hello everybody! I'm excited to say I've started writing a personal assistant for the Mac. It's called Samantha, and it's very similar to Siri on iOS. For this to work best you should have OS X 10.7 or later with Speech to Text enabled. If you want it to sound like Siri, select Samantha as the Text to Speech voice. Some commands (as of beta versions) -Play Alone Together --Launch Mail --What time is it? --Google Voodoo Donuts --Toggle music (plays or pauses the music coming through iTunes) --What model mac am I using? And much, much more. I've also added the ability to write extensions for it, so you can add anything else I haven't. Just say "Example extension" and you'll get more information. If you like this or have some suggestions, please let me know. Samantha-Prerelease-1.zip
  3. charial

    iPhone 4 iOS 7 Siri

    Hello I have decrypted iOS 7 for iPhone 4 and i discovered four folders of Siri software (Siriland.axbundle, SiriUI.axbundle, SiriUI.framework, SiriViewService.axbundle). Here there is a screenshot (http://www.hybridupload.com/13/09/owcm.png) . Can i hacks that files and get siri on iPhone 4 with iOS 7?