The Control Center on iPhone is a very useful and convenient feature for you can doing things like recording iPhone screen, turning on the flashlight and switching on AirDrop easily and quickly just by swiping up from the bottom of your iPhone screen. When Control Center performs as you expect, everything goes well. While if Control Center is not working on your iPhone 8 or iPhone X in iOS 11, it can be quite frustrating. Unfortunately, many iPhone users have reported the issue "Control Center not working" in iOS 11 on iPhone. If you are encountering the same problem, no worry, read this article and apply the potential tips introduced to your iPhone to fix the issue.
|1️⃣Enable Control Center on Lock Screen
|Check whether you have enabled Control Center on lock screen.
|2️⃣Enable Control Center on Lock Screen
|Open Control Center from the App you are using.
|3️⃣Restart or force restart your iPhone
|Restart or force restart your iPhone to help solve temprorary bugs on iPhone.
|4️⃣Update to the latest version of iOS
|Fix the bugs of the iOS operating system.
|5️⃣Reset all settings
|Reset the Control Center on your iPhone
|6️⃣Repair the device system error
|Fix the iOS system glitches.
Before you apply the troubleshooting methods to your iPhone to fix the "Control Center not working" issue in iOS 11, you'd better check whether you have open Control Center properly on your iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus or iPhone X.
If you reported the issue "Control Center not working on lock screen" in iOS 11, you need to check whether you have enabled Control Center on lock screen on your iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus or iPhone X. If it's off, that's where the problem is.
Step 1: Go to Settings App on your iPhone in iOS 11.
Step 2: Tap on Touch ID & Passcode and enter your passcode.
Step 3: Under Allow Access When Locked, toggle on Control Center.
While if you find you can open Control Center from Home Screen but can't from the App, this kind of "Control Center not working" is due to that you haven't turned on Access within Apps in Settings. If so, go to Settings > Control Center and then turn on Access within Apps. By doing so, you can open Control Center not only from Home Screen but also from the App you are using.
In addition to fixing the issue "Control Center not working" in iOS 11 on iPhone, restarting or force restarting your iPhone is also helpful in solving problems like "touch screen not working" and "WiFi not working" on iPhone.
How to restart iPhone in iOS 11:
Method 1: Press and hold the Sleep/Wake button (Side button) until a slider appears, drag the slider to turn off your iPhone and then hold and press the same button to turn your device on.
Method 2: Go to Settings > General > Shut Down and move the slider to turn off your iPhone/iPad completely. Then press and hold the Sleep/Wake button (Side button) to turn on your iPhone/iPad in iOS 11.
How to force restart iPhone in iOS 11:
Method 1: For iPhone 7/7 Plus, hold and press both Sleep/Wake button (Side button) and Volume Down button until the Apple logo appears.
Method 2: For iPhone X, iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus, quickly press and release the Volume Up button, quickly press and release the Volume Down button and then press and hold the Sleep/Wake button (Side button) until you see the Apple logo.
If the "Control Center not working" issue on your iPhone in iOS 11 is caused by the bugs of the iOS operating system, what you can do to solve it is to update your iPhone to the latest version of iOS. Go to Settings > General > Software Update from your iPhone to make it. This tip is also useful in solve the "App Store not downloading/upgrading" problem in iOS 11.
If none of the tips above works for you, you can try this tip to reset the Control Center on your iPhone. Resetting all settings is easily done by going to Settings > General > Reset > Reset All Settings.
Once you've tried all the approaches mentioned above and the Control Center of your iPhone is still not working, then you can try a reliable iOS system repair software - EaseUS MobiXpert, which is exclusively designed to fix some iOS system malfunction and little glitches. Only if you have exclude the hardware problem and you are sure it's about the software failure, then you can free download this EaseUS aoftware to repair your iOS system bugs.
Note: It is suggested to try the "Standard Repair" option first. And if the operating system is severely damaged and the "Standard Repair" function doesn't work at all, then you are expected to try the "Deep Repair" feature.
Step 1. Launch EaseUS MobiXpert on your computer, choose "System Repair" from the Home page.
Step 2. Then, choose "iOS/iPadOS System Repair" from the new screen.
Step 3. Connect your iPhone or iPad to the computer and choose "Standard Repair." If you want a thorough repair, you can choose "Deep Repair."
Step 4. Confirm your device model and click "Next" to move on. Then, EaseUS MobiXpert will download a firmware for you, which will take a while. If you have installed a firmware before using this software, you can directly click "Verify" to continue.
Step 5. Then, click "Repair Now" to start the repair process. After the repair completes, you can check your device and restart it for use.
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In this article, I've covered six effective ways to help you fix the "control center not working in iOS 11 on iPhone 8/iPhone X" issue. I sincerely hope this post is useful and help you out of this dilemma. You are welcome to contact me on Twitter if you have any further questions or concerns about this guide.