iJust got SiriToggles from Cydia and it's awesome!

iBoss

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I just got SiriToggles from the BigBoss repo for free and it totally adds a lot more functionality to Siri. You can ask Siri to set brightness to a certain percentage, enable/disable wifi, bluetooth, airplane mode etc. also tell Siri to launch apps for you. I'm reFalling in love with Siri. ;)
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Bennyboy

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I wonder how many that weren't going to jailbreak their phone will now. This is so nice to have. It kind of makes me mad at Apple a bit. It works flawlessly, why do we always have to wait for stuff like this when obviously the phone is capable of doing it just fine? Meh.
 

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Yes it is. If you are impressed with this ones you should try AssistantExtentions. Check it out on YouTube


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I wonder how many that weren't going to jailbreak their phone will now. This is so nice to have. It kind of makes me mad at Apple a bit. It works flawlessly, why do we always have to wait for stuff like this when obviously the phone is capable of doing it just fine? Meh.
That was me Benny. I swore I would not Jailbreak, but when I saw what you can do with Siri, I changed my mind right away. I'm loving SiriToggles as well as AssistantExtensions.
 

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That was me Benny. I swore I would not Jailbreak, but when I saw what you can do with Siri, I changed my mind right away. I'm loving SiriToggles as well as AssistantExtensions.
Doesn't AssistantExtensions do everything that SiriToggles does. Do you need both? I like the Extensions because it will open no stock Apps.
 

JWiPhone

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Doesn't AssistantExtensions do everything that SiriToggles does. Do you need both? I like the Extensions because it will open no stock Apps.
I'm not sure but I think SiriToggles just enables/disables apps and Apple apps. I like Extensions' chat feature, where you put Siri into chat mode and then out of chat mode with 'goodbye'.