Can’t access control center on your iPhone 7/6s/6 after updating to iOS 11? This post will talk about how to fix iOS 11 control center not working issue.
Primo iPhone Data Recovery enables you to recover lost data from iPhone without backup (iOS 11 supported), from iTunes or iCloud backup. Download it to have a try.
iOS 11 brings us completely new Control Center and you can customize the Control Center as your preference. You can freely add more items to the Control Center like Apple TV remote, Flashlight, Driver Mode, Timer, Camera, Screen Recorder, and many more. If iOS 11 Control Center not working on your iPhone 7/6s/6, you can get some fixes in this guide.
You May Like: How to Fix Top 30+ iOS Issues when Upgrade to iOS 11 >
If your iPhone Control Center not working after updating to new iOS 11, say, you can’t swipe up from the lock screen to bring up Control Center, you can get some tips to fix it here.
After updating to new iOS 11, if Control Center not working on your iPhone, just try turning off your iPhone and restart it again to check if the problem solved.
If you can’t swipe up from apps or settings to get Control Center, you should check if you’ve enabled “Access Within Apps” in Settings > Control Center > Turn on Access Within Apps.
When your iPhone is locked, if swipe up from the bottom don’t bring Control Center, you should check if you’ve allowed access of Control Center on lock screen. Go to Settings > Touch ID & Passcode > Under ALLOW ACCESS WHEN LOCKED, enable Control Center.
You can remove the items from Control Center and re-add them to fix the Control Center not working issue on iOS 11.
Step 1. Go to Settings > Control Center > Customize Controls > Tap the red minus button and tap on Remove to uninstall the controls.
Step 2. Turn off your iPhone and turn it back again.
Step 3. Go to Go to Settings > Control Center > Customize Controls again, and this time tap the green plus button to add items to your control center.
Reset Control Center settings by resetting all settings on iPhone, which will get all settings to default and will not remove any of your data. Go to Settings > General > Reset > Reset All Settings.
After fixing the iPhone Control Center issue, we’d like to give you some advice to fix data-loss issue in iOS 11 update. If you unluckily get your photos, messages, notes or contacts lost during the new iOS update, you can try Primo iPhone Data Recovery to recover the lost iPhone data even without backup. You can check the on How to Recover Lost Data on iPhone after iOS 11 Update to get more solutions.
Have some other problems of iOS 11 update in addition to the Control Center issue? You are welcomed to share with us in the comment section. Meanwhile, it’s recommended to download Primo iPhone Data Recovery to recover your lost iPhone data.
Fiona Wang Member of @PrimoSync team as well as an Apple fan, love to help more users solve various types of Apple related issues by writing iOS-how-to tutorials.