Popular AR (Augmented Reality) game, Harry Potter: Wizards Unite has been available on iOS and Android since 2019.

While many people play Harry Potter: Wizards Unite, the AR game by Niantic has its own set of flaws.


Now, another issue with the Registry section has been spoiling the user experience for players.

As per several reports, the Registry section in Harry Potter: Wizards Unite constantly shows red dots even after clearing everything.

Basically, players are getting red dots or notifications in the Exploration, Challenges, Mysteries, and Events sub sections in Registry even though nothing is pending.

Anyone else having a red dot on the registry and when you open it up the red dots are on all the four items, (exploration, challenges, mysteries, events)?

I don’t have anything that needs to be cleared. I’m assuming this has to do with the new 1920s wizarding world they just put on exploration.

But is there a way to remove the red dot? it’s annoying.


The issue appears to be widespread and is causing a lot of confusion for Harry Potter: Wizards Unite players.

However, affected players may not have to contend with this problem for long as it has been acknowledged by Niantic.

Niantic Support has said that the relevant team is currently investigating the cause of this problem.


This is certainly good news for Harry Potter: Wizards Unite players as the next update might include a fix for this problem.

However, this is still based on speculation as Niantic Support has not provided any ETA regarding the fix.

Hopefully, this red dots issue in Registry gets fixed soon so that players can play Harry Potter: Wizards Unite without any hassle.


That said, we will report back with more details as and when new information becomes available so stay tuned.

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