Last Updated on Mar 19, 2022
Suddenly, your iPhone LED light stopped blinking on incoming notifications alerts. Fix it and Troubleshoot LED Flash Alerts Not Working on iPhone. We can enable LED Flash alert on every notification, Incoming call, Call on Silent mode or Vibrate mode. Check to below settings on fixing LED flash for alerts on iPhone, iPad. Supported iPhone models, iPhone 13 [Pro, Pro Max, Mini], iPhone 12 [Pro, Max, Mini], iPhone 11, iPhone X, iPhone 8 (Plus), iPhone 7 (Plus), iPhone 6S, iPhone 5S, iPhone SE and iPad.
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There is no extra light for flesh alert on the backside of the iPhone. Flash alert use your Camera flashlight.
Troubleshoot: LED Flash for Alerts Not Working on iPhone, iPad
Judge the problem with LED Light: Hardware issue
Turn on LED flashlight from the control center, Swipe up a finger to open the control center on iPhone 8 and Earlier. Swipe down finger from the right corner of the screen, Tap on an LED flash icon for test on iPhone.
You must enable notification on the lock screen
Turn on Notification on Lock Screen, if you want LED flesh alert for specific apps or Messages. If Notification is disabled, then you can’t get a flesh alert.
Go to the Settings app > Notifications > Tap on App [That won’t work on LED Flesh] > Enable on Lock Screen.
Find more tips:
Enable or Turn on LED Flash for Alert of notifications
Double-check and verify LED Flash For Alert enabled from iPhone Settings.
in iOS 13 & later user can turn on LED Flash for Alerts using bottom steps-
- Go to Settings App on iPhone
- Scroll down the screen and Tap Accessibility
- Click on Audio/Visual then scroll to LED Flash For Alerts.
- Now Turn toggle Flash On Silent ON/Green & Enable toggle for “LED Flash for Alerts“.
Steps for iOS 12 & Earlier user to turn on LED Flash for Alerts:
- Go to the Settings app on iPhone
- Find and Tap General
- Now Click on Accessibility
- Tap LED Flash For Alerts
- Now turn “LED Flash for Alerts” On/green.
Most of the cases, we need an LED flash while the iPhone is in Silent mode. “Flash on Silent” option is here, let’s make it enabled.
Camera’s Flash not working on iPhone
See the below settings for use LED fleshlight on camera. The open Camera app, tap on the flash icon and select “On” option from the top camera app tab.
Now, Flesh with on while we tap on camera photo click button. Try yourself.
Hard Reset or Reboot
iPhone 8 Plus/8 Plus/ iPhone X/ iPhone XR/ XS/ XS Max:
- Press and Quickly Release Volume Up button on iPhone,
- Press and Quickly Release Volume Down Button,
- Press and Hold Side Button until you see the Apple logo on Screen.
To Wakeup iPhone screen, press Side button until startup apple logo on the screen.
- iPhone 6S and Earlier: Sleep/Wake + Home button
- iPhone 7/7 Plus: Press Sleep/Wake + Volume Down button, Until you apple logo on the screen.
Turn On low power mode
Turn On low power mode on iPhone, Check on your iPhone if low power mode is enabled then we can’t receive a notification on the iPhone.
Because low power mode help to stop the battery from use power while it comes to notification or Calls on iPhone. [Low Powe Mode from control center]
Add Low power mode in the control center, or Go to the Settings > Battery > Enable/Turn off Low Power Mode.
Turn off Do Not Disturb
In the same way, you need to turn off Do Not Disturb. Because Do not disturb will stop all new notifications and Calls. [New in iOS 11: Do Not Disturb While Driving]
- Go to the Settings > Turn off Do Not Disturb.
Backup and Restore device
LED Flesh Alert Not working on iPad
This setting only comes in Cellular iPad. Make sure are you using your iPad for Call and SIM Slot. Some users are not able to find the option for LED flesh alert on iPad Settings but Settings search showing text box and Option for this.
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