A new Harry Potter spell called Lumos has been revealed. This spell can turn on a phone’s flashlight. Fans reacted with excitement on social media. This new spell is compatible with Apple iPhones, Google Pixels, and Android phones. To try it out, simply say “Lumos” to Siri and see if it works.
‘Lumos!’ to Siri turns on phone’s flashlight
If you’re a Harry Potter fan, you can now cast a magical spell using your iPhone’s flashlight. All you need to do is say the Harry Potter spell Lumos to Siri, and the magic will be performed. Siri will then light up your phone’s flashlight. This trick is compatible with iOS and Android devices.
You can also use this trick with Google Assistant. Google Assistant works similarly to Siri. Alternatively, you can say ‘Lumos!’ to Siri and it will turn on your flashlight. By saying this word to Siri, you can also turn off the flashlight.
Lumos comes from the Latin lumen. The suffix -os means “to have light.” This is why Harry Potter spell casters utter “lumos!” to light their wands. This can be very useful in dark situations.
‘Nox!’ turns off flashlight
In Harry Potter, ‘Nox!’ turns off a flashlight by using a counter-spell to Lumos. This spell is similar to the way Hey Siri works, but in reverse. The spell will darken any light that is on with the caster’s wand. Harry and Hermione use this spell in the Prisoner of Azkaban, and Gringotts uses it in the Deathly Hallows.
This spell works similarly to the way Siri turns on or off a flashlight. The user must enable Siri before using the spell. After enabling Siri, say ‘Hey Siri’ and then the spell you want to use. This spell is available on all Apple devices.
Harry Potter fans would love to learn this new trick. It requires no unlocking the phone or bringing down the Control Center. The best part about this trick is that it doesn’t require a third-party app. You can use the ‘Nox!’ command to turn your flashlight on or off.
‘Lumos!’ can turn on wand’s light
A fan has discovered a new way to turn on a wand’s light on an iPhone. The hack works by saying ‘Lumos!’ after saying ‘Hey Siri’ to start a voice command. It turns the flashlight on and off.
This spell is a powerful magic trick and is used in many of the books and films. Harry has used it to see the Grim, and also to navigate a tunnel. In the movies, he has used it when searching for Mr. Crouch and in Grimmauld Place. He also used it when searching for the Lestranges in the vault.
The Lumos spell has also been developed for mobile devices. You can download the app free of charge, and you can set it up to turn on your wand’s light. Alternatively, you can set up a shortcut by holding down specific buttons on your phone. The Lumos spell works with the Nox and Accio commands and has been a hit with Harry Potter fans. However, there is one big drawback to this method – it takes away from the fun of using a wand.
In 2008, J.K. Rowling served on the Lumos Board of Trustees for eight years and was later made the Founder and Life President of the organization. The Harry Potter series has sold over 500 million books, have been translated into 80 languages, and been adapted into eight blockbuster films.
Similarly, the Harry Potter spell Lumos can be used to turn on an iPhone flashlight. All you need to do is say “Lumos!” and your iPhone will turn on its torch. If you’re a fan of the books and want to experience the magic of Harry Potter on your smartphone, try this easy hack.
Siri can also be used to control the brightness of the light. Siri can control your light brightness using Siri, and turn on the Lumos Maxima if needed. This will allow you to send SOS messages or other messages to emergency contacts.
There are also muggle-style ‘Obliviate’ charms available. If you’re a muggle, you can purchase a wooden version of the charm. However, it won’t be able to create any magic, but it will work as a remote control to turn on the light of the wand.