You Can Unlock ‘Super Alexa Mode’ With Cheat Code

Want to get Alexa upgraded? ‘Super Alexa Mode’ unlock mode has been revealed with a very simple cheat code and giving you the chance to leave behind the non-super Alexa.

Over time gaining huge popularity in homes of several people, Amazon’s Alexa voice assistant assists to perform useful tasks of all kind right on command.

And if you are pro in it, you can also prompt her to get useful things done. Now, to activate the Super Alexa Mode, one need to say “Alexa, up, up, down, down, left, right, left, right, B, A, start.”

To which, a reply will be there from Alexa, that says, “Super Alexa Mode, activated. Starting reactors, online. Enabling advanced systems, online. Raising dongers. Error. Dongers missing. Aborting.”

To celebrate the activation some music will be there as well.

In 1986, Kazuhisa Hashimoto created the Konami Code or ‘the cheat code’ for the Nintendo Entertainment System.

As per Lifewire, the code was initially used by developers to test games conveniently but the code was left and Hashimoto forgot to remove it.

In a recent viral video, a man kicked his Alexa for letting him know facts which he didn’t like.

The man was a Trump supporter and when his Alexa telling him that Joe Biden is the president-elect, he went furious.

On Twitter, Republican Dean Browning shared the video along with the caption: “Video sent by a friend – why does @Alexa bring up Joe Biden when asked who the President of the United States is?

“We have one President at a time and Joe Biden is not the President right now.”

Browning’s friend asks Alexa: “Who is the President of the United States?” To which Alexa says “The current President of the United States is Donald Trump.”

But she goes on to add “According to the Associated Press, Joe Biden is the President-elect and will be sworn in on 20 January 2021.”

“Did that answer your question?”

“Why did you feel the need to tell me that Joe Biden is the President-elect? I asked you who the President is,” Browning’s friend responds immediately

“Hmm, no answer,” it was added after a bit of silence.