Ok Google Lumos – Google Assistant – Lumos and Nox

Ok Google Lumos – Google Assistant – Lumos and Nox

Ok Google Lumos is a part of Andoird Google Assistant; it is used to turn on the Flash Light of Your Android Mobile. We are living in a digital generation where everything is digital and online.

Google is everything now for human beings; it has changed evolution from using dictionary books to dictionary apps and websites. After the launch of the Google search engine, it started developing its services and tools like Google Chrome, Google Play Store, YouTube, mail services, Gmail, G Drive, Google Assistant, and features OK Google Lumos. 

What is Ok Google Lumos?

It’s a feature of Google Assistant that a person can use by commanding it to their mobile with the help of Google Assistant.

The iOS Apple phone has a voice assistant, also known as “Siri.” When a user commands “Hey Siri” and requests any query, it will do that for you.

Google Lumos is one of the best features. It will turn on the flashlight when you command “OK Google Lumos,” it will turn on the flashlight.

How to Activate Google Assistant to Use Goole Lumos?

Google Assistant is available on all the Android smartphones. It is available in all languages, from Chinese to Telugu languages. 

To start a Google assistant, a person has to hold the Home button and say, “Hey, Google.” The Google Assistant will open on the mobile screen.

On the Above Android 8.0 version mobile, a person can talk to the mobile Google assistant even if it is locked.

Device Compatibility and What Google Assistant Needs 

  • Android 5.0+ with at least 1.0GB of available memory or
  • Android 6.0+ with at least 1.5GB of available memory
  • Google App 6.13 or Higher
  • Google Play Services
  • 720p or Higher Screen Resolution

Lumos is a spell by Harry Porter that creates light by illuminating the tip of the spell caster’s wand. 

Ok Google Lumos flashlight on, to turn it on say “OK Google,” followed by “Lumos Maxima” to turn your flashlight on. To turn it off, “Nox.” This was set up by Google and Warner Bros. as a 2016 promotion for Fantastic Beasts.

Harry Porter’s Lumos feature is also available on iOS mobiles. Turn it on by saying “Lumos,” to turn off the flashlight, you have to say “Nox.”

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