How To Pronounce Lumos Harry Potter

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The feature is making Harry Potter fans feel similar real-life wizards.

Harry Potter fans found a reason to cheer about when they discovered that they can ‘cast spells’ through their smartphones.

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  • Last Updated:January 05, 2022, fourteen:02 IST
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Harry Potter fans started the new year on a happy note with ‘Harry Potter 20th Anniversary: Render to Hogwarts’ on HBO. They now plant another reason to cheer most when they discovered that they tin can ‘cast spells’ through their smartphones. It turns out that telling Siri, Apple’s virtual assistant, ‘Lumos’ turns on the flashlight in a phone, and this characteristic is bachelor in android phones too. Saying ‘nox’ turns off the flashlight, making users feel like existent-life wizards. Fans of the wizard boy took to Twitter to share the discovery with Harry Potter gifs and memes. Here is a few of them:

“Just discovered that if you say “Lumos” to Siri, the flashlight turns on. Well played, Apple, well played.”

“Say “Lumos” to Siri/Google assistant.”

“harry potter fans.. tell your telephone “hey siri, lumos” you won’t be disappointed”

“I simply said “hey Siri Lumos” and my light turned on… the said “hey Siri nox” and it turned off. My mind is blown. #HarryPotter”

“Omg. I just learned that google and siri recognize Harry Potter spells equally voice commands for lights!! If you lot use Google home for any lights on phonation command, try ‘Lumos’ and ‘Nox’ !!!!!!”

“IF YOURE A HARRY POTTER FAN FUCKING TELL SIRI ON YOUR Telephone “LUMOS” I AM FUCKING GEEEKING RN.”

“YALL, IF YOU SUMMON SIRI AND TELL HER LUMOS SOMETHING AWESOME WILL HAPPEN??!!….”

“cannot believe saying “lumos” to Siri really works … the Harry Potter fangirl within of me is screaammiinnggg”

“If you say lumos to your siri, it turns your flashlight on. if you lot say nox, it turns it off. If you say accio and then whatever app you want it pulls it up. Retweet for a potter head and thank me later.”

“I saw this postal service on Facebook that said if you tell your iPhone “Hey Siri, Lumos!” your flashlight will go on… and it works! Delight tell me why something that simple brought me so much excitement.”

According to harrypotter.fandom.com, the Wand-Lighting Amuse (Lumos) was a amuse that illuminated the tip of the caster’s wand, allowing the caster to see in the dark. The counter-charm for the spell was the Wand-Extinguishing Charm (Nox), which was used to extinguish the light from the caster’south wand. This spell was taught in kickoff-year Defence Against the Nighttime Arts and Charms classes at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry and was detailed in The Dark Forces: A Guide to Self-Protection, another unidentified spellbook and the Volume of Spells. This spell was also used frequently as Hogwarts student skulk about the castle or the Forbidden Forest, often during the night-time or in dark places.

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