Fixed : Cannot Open Control Center on iPhone and iPad


Apple added Control Center feature in iOS 7. But after updating iOS 8 update, lot of iPhone and iPad users reported cannot open Control Center.

Swiping up from the bottom of the screen does not open Control Center?

Solutions:-

  1. Turn off the Zoom via Settings ->General > Accessibility.
  2. Swipe up from the edge of the screen to open Control Center.
  3. Remove your phone from Otterbox Defender case. This plastic case make human touch less sensitive.
  4. Navigate to Settings -> Control Center. Turn off and On. Then reset iPhone.
  5. Use Assistive Touch via Settings -> Accessibility.

How to Open Control Center in iPhone and iPad

Swipe or pull from the bottom of the screen to open Control Center. Control Center did not disappear anywhere. Its slow down or get stuck. If you want to bring control Center on your iPhone or iPad Home screen, follow this steps.

  1. Launch Settings app.
  2. Press Control Center.
  3. Enable “Access on Lock Screen”.
  4. Enable “Access Within Apps”.

This method allow you to open Control Center even your iOS device is locked. 4th step (Enable “Access Within Apps”) allow you to use Control Center even when you are using apps.

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One response to Fixed : Cannot Open Control Center on iPhone and iPad

Due to the new iOS settings on the iPad, it is sometimes hard to reach the control center buttons.

An option is to turn on Assistive Touch on your iPad. This allows you to pull up the control center screen very easily by creating a second on-screen Home button. To do so, please go to Settings > General > Accessibility > AssistiveTouch, then turn on AssistiveTouch, or simply tell Siri to "Turn on Assistive Touch."

Please let us know if you have any further inquiries about this.

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