When Apple launched Voice Control for iPhone 3GS, it left lots of previous generation owners thirsty. The reason being feature enables users to make phone calls and play music by using voice commands.
You will need to have an unlocked and jailbroken iPhone for this to work. Pre-requisites:
Step 1: Install OpenSSH via Cydia if you haven’t already
Step 1: Open WinSCP or Cyberduck and enter the following details to login to your phone:
- Hostname: The IP address — Setting –> WiFi –> <Netowork>
- User name: root
- Password: alpine
Step 3: Unzip VoiceControl.zip and copy it to your iPhone in the /<root>/Applications directory.
Right-click on directory Voice Control.app >> Properties and change the permission to 755 while keeping “Set group, owner and permissions recursively” option selected
You are done! After the restart, you should now have a new app named “Voice Control” on your springboard. Start this new application on your iPhone 3G or 2G and simply search through your contacts, music and bookmarks by using voice commands just like iPhone 3GS!