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It is currently being reported by numerous sources around the Internet and everyday people on Twitter that some problems are arising while using Siri on non-iPhone 4S devices. After doing some more research into the matter it appears that Apple has added a new token to verify Siri requests, dubbed SetActivationToken. With this new token in place it has disabled the ability for people to use Siri on non-iPhone 4S devices.
If you have been experiencing errors with Siri not being able to communicate with your proxy server due to SetActivationToken. You will be glad to know that 9to5Mac reported a quick little fix that has worked for a lot of people. It appears as if all you need to do to get Siri working again is delete the com.apple.assistant.plist file found in the var/mobile/Library/Preferences/ directory using iFile or a file-system editor program.
Did this fix work for you? Have you noticed that Siri no longer works on non-iPhone 4S devices? Share your replies or thoughts in the comments section below…