Having trouble turning on the flashlight on my iPad Pro? Whether the flashlight switch in the control center is grayed out or missing, or the LED doesn’t light up, it’s a good idea to classify the problem as soon as possible.
Flashlights can stop working on iPad Pro for a variety of reasons, including software and configuration conflicts. Make the following modifications to make it work properly.
The first set of fixes is aimed at resolving certain flashlight-related issues on the iPad Pro. The remaining solutions provide recommendations that generally apply to all issues.
1. Exit or Force Quit-Exit the camera app
If the flashlight option is grayed out in the iPad Pro’s Control Center, it may be due to the active camera app. By design, iPadOS prevents you from turning on the flashlight while using the camera app, allowing you to reserve LEDs for your photo flash. Therefore, close the camera app and reopen the control center.
If the flashlight switch is still grayed out, you need to kill the camera app. To do this, launch App Switcher (swipe up from the bottom of the screen) and swipe up. camera A card that shuts down the app. In addition, it is recommended to kill other apps that use the camera.
2. Add a flashlight to the control center
If the iPad Pro’s Control Center doesn’t seem to have a flashlight control, you (or someone else with access to your tablet) may have accidentally removed the flashlight.
To add a flashlight toggle, setting Select an app and Control center In the sidebar.Then scroll down Other controls Sections and taps addition Next to the flashlight. You can then drag the control up or down the list to adjust its position in the control center.
3. Adjust the duration of the haptic touch
Activating the flashlight through the iPad Pro’s lock screen may help to increase the sensitivity of the haptic touch if hits or mistakes occur.
To do this, open the Settings app and go to Accessibility >> >> Contact >> >> Tactile touch..Then switch the sensitivity from slow To fast..
4. Adjust the brightness of the flashlight
If the flashlight on your iPad Pro looks weak, you can always try adjusting its intensity. To do this, open Control Center and press and hold or press the 3D key. flashlight Control. Then tap the slider and drag it up to increase the brightness.
5. Restart iPad Pro
If your flashlight still doesn’t work, you’ll need to restart your iPad Pro. This is the best way to fix software-related failures that prevent a feature from functioning properly.
On iPad Pro models, open the Settings app and tap Universal >> >> shut down.. Then drag the slider to the right to turn off the device. Wait 30 seconds, then Up Press the button to restart.
6. Force restart iPad Pro
Forcing the iPad Pro to restart is another way to get the malfunctioning flashlight back to working properly.
Press and release volume up And that Volume down Press the buttons quickly one after another.Then press and hold Up Press the button until the Apple logo appears on the screen.
Assuming you’re using an iPad Pro with Touch ID, press and hold both Up When House Button at the same time. We will release it when the Apple logo is displayed.
7. Update iPad Pro
A malfunctioning flashlight could simply be the result of buggy system software. For example, running an older or early release of a major iPadOS iteration (such as iPadOS 15.0.0) often causes a lot of problems.
To install the latest iOS update, open the Settings app, Universal >> >> software update..Then tap Download and install..
8. Restore iPad Pro settings
iPad Pro contains a number of internal settings that cause conflicts and prevent various features such as flashlights from functioning properly. Apple knows that, so the iPad OS comes with an option to reset all settings to defaults. No data will be lost on the device, but you will have to manually reconnect to Wi-Fi later.
To reset the iPad Pro settings setting Go to the app Universal >> >> Transfer or reset iPad >> >> reset..Then tap Reset all settings >> >> reset..
9. Reset iPad Pro to factory default
If your iPhone’s flashlight doesn’t fix the problem, resetting your iPhone to factory may fix the problem.
You should start by backing up your iPhone to iCloud or computer as all the data on your device will be lost. Then open the settings app and Universal >> >> Transfer or reset iPad >> >> Erase all content and settings Reset your iPhone. You can restore the data after the reset procedure.
For comprehensive step-by-step instructions, check out our guide to factory reset your iPad.
No luck?Take it to Apple
If the iPad Pro flashlight issue persists, you may be addressing a hardware-specific issue. The best option in that case is to take your device to your nearest Apple Store. If you’re curious, try reinstalling the iPad firmware in DFU mode before doing so.