Not a muslim but someone who uses muslim ilm(magick).
Islamic magick can be just defined as the use of verses from Quran and 99 names of Allah.
Repetition is key for muslim tantra(even for hindu tantra), the more you repeat a verse or a particular name of Allah the more it becomes active and starts working.
There are also a class of spirit which closely resembles to Angels are mawkil or khodam which are like protectors of 99 names of Allah + the 100th name allah itself. The the more you repeat that particular name the more you will get attention of Allah and then of the khodam.
There are also muslim shabar mantras like in Hindu shabar mantras they use the word such as “duhai” and “aan” which is similar to the solomonic conjuration to bind and make the demons in this case jinns or angels do work for you.
Even there are muslim shabar mantra for conjuring Lucifer and other big demons that use cursing. Literally like “if you won’t come then your mother is a hoe”.
And you must be thinking will the demon come and the answer is yes because only advance practitioners use these kinds of mantra and after the demon has done their work the practitioners will always live their life in fear of that demon because even they know that the demon(jinn) will come for revenge. Damages are mitigated by giving the demons offerings.
Quite contrary of this allah really wants people to do magick and increase what is called ruhaniyat(chi, prana whatever), that “haram” thing is just to protect the uninitiated so they just don’t start calling the spirts and get gang banged by them.
I haven’t personally used those mantras to conjure any spirits, but i use surah kauser/kawther and sometimes “ya alimu ya bashiru” for meditation. And one shabar matra for hisar(body protection armour).