How to Disable Control Center on Lock Screen iOS 13, iOS 12, iPadOS: iPhone, iPad

Turn off disable control center on locked screen iPhone in iOS 11

In this tutorial, I’m going to how to turn on -turn off Control Center on Lock Screen in iOS 13/iOS 12/ iOS 11 running iPhone/ iPad? I’m delighted after iOS update on my iPhone 7 Plus. I love iOS 11 primarily for cellular shortcuts, and all new customize control Center that I often access as swiping up from the bottom of the screen to view and On iPhone X, Swipe your Finger down from the Top-Right notch of the screen. I added some of the useful additional controls to access on Control center like Wallet, Screen recording, Low Power Mode, and Apple TV Remote to control my 4th Gen Apple TV. Also, I didn’t like some App shortcuts on double page CC in the previous iOS. Therefore, I removed a little bit controls.

After a couple of hours using my iPhone, I was trying to stop access to the Control Center on the locked screen on my iPhone. But I experienced turn off/turn ON triggers (Access on Lock Screen and Access within Apps) were missing from the Control Center. Instead of past setting, I appeared additional controls add and remove control screen. Even though I’m a tech-savvy, Hence, I found the new location of stop/start CC Access on the Lock screen, and It is password protected. Are you exploring to disable/ enable on locked screen? Read the following steps.

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Turn ON – Turn Off Control Center on Lock Screen on iPhone/iPad

Turn off disable control center on locked screen iPhone in iOS 11

 

Disable Control Center on Lock Screen on iPhone and iPad

Step #1. Head over Settings App looks like a gear icon from home screen.

Settings App Gear icon on iOS 11 iPhone

Step #2. Navigate and tap on Touch ID & Passcode, (“Face ID & Passcode” on Face ID compatible models)

Touch ID & Settings on iOS 11

Now enter Digit Passcode (Alphanumeric passcode) or tap your Touch ID finger on the home button.

Enter Passcode to Enter turn off CC on locked screen settings

Step #3. Next, you will have to scroll down the screen turn trigger off/gray next to the Control Center under the Allow Access When Locked.

Turn on - disable Disable Control Center on Lock Screen in iOS 11

That’s it.

New control Center brings many essential shortcuts for quick access. Nevertheless, for some of the folks feeling bad experience while for other iOS users works very smart.

Your kid’s/ child or someone else might accidentally be changed settings like turn on DND mode, so after that, you won’t get a call if turn cellar data on then you’ll get perhaps big data bill in next cycle. Therefore, we can say that Control Center is a powerful shortcut panel and little bit risk full, too.

Enable Control Center on Locked Screen on iPhone and iPad

  • Step #1. Open up the Settings from your iPad or iPhone home screen.
  • Step #2. Navigate Touch ID & Passcode, Enter passcode.
  • Step #3. Next, scroll down the screen to Turn Control Center ON.

You’re done!

Note: I did not find disable Control Center from Home screen Within Apps if you? Please reply me.

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Do you find any problems to turn off Control Center on Lock Screen in iOS 11-iOS 12 like grayed out or won’t work and stuck? Send it in the comments.

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