A while back we posted a full tutorial on how to install the latest working and fully functional Siri port on iPhone 4 and iPod touch. However it turns out that its causing quite a number of problems. So in this post, you'll learn how you can remove H1Siri port from your device.
A number of H1Siri early adopters have reached out to us through our Facebook Page, Twitter and comments on the actual guide itself complaining about the various bugs that they have encountered after installing H1Siri port. The issues include Camera and Settings app being broken, random rebooting, device getting stuck at Apple logo or pineapple logo if jailbroken tethered and to the horror of few, completely bricking the device in way that even i-Funbox or DiskAid can't recognize it.
So naturally you would want to remove H1Siri from your device to get all of its functionality back. Though its hard to do that when your device is stuck in a boot loop or bricked. Not to worry, in this post we'll show you just how you can remove H1Siri port from your iPhone 4 and iPod touch 4G.
How To Remove H1Siri Port From iPhone 4 And iPod Touch 4G:
If your Camera and Settings app are broken and the device is stuck in Safe Mode loop, follow the instructions given below:
Step 1: Launch Cydia and remove H1Siri
Step 2: Download MobileTerminal from Cydia. Its available for free
Step 3: Launch MobileTerminal and type su root and enter alpine as its the default password. If you've manually changed your root password, then enter your custom one
Step 4: Now type apt-get install com.sull.sysclean. After that type apt-get autoremove and press Y when prompted. When process finishes, restart your device.
After the device reboots you'll notice that H1Siri will be removed completely from your device and the Camera as well as Settings app will be functional again.
If H1Siri has bricked your iPhone 4 or iPod touch 4G, follow the steps listed here:
Step 1: Reset your device by holding both the Power and Home button for up to 10 seconds. The Apple logo will appear at this point. When it does, you're good to go.
Step 2: Connect your device to the computer and use whatever software you want, i-Funbox or DiskAid for root access. Navigate to the following paths and delete the respective files:
Step 3: If resetting your device doesn't work, put it in DFU mode. Before you do that, make sure that you put it on charge for 20 minutes. Here's how to put your device in DFU mode. After that, connect your device to the computer, launch iTunes and do a clean firmware install.
Note: If you're on iOS 5.0 and want to retain that firmware, download iFaith 1.4 and grab your APTicket and iOS 5.0 SHSH blob so that you're able to restore iOS 5.0 on your device because Apple is no longer signing this firmware and you won't be able to restore to iOS 5.0 using iTunes.
So this is h0w you remove H1Siri from iPhone 4 and iPod touch 4G. If you encounter any problems, leave a comment and we'll help you at once.