One of the most annoying bugs you might encounter after upgrading your iDevice is the Notification Center bug on iOS 7.1.1 version. This bug appeared on iOS 7.1, and there was not a solution to it, but fortunately a solution is available to all (and very easy to apply!).
Notification Center bug on iOS 7.1.1 version
The notification center has the “Today“, “Missed” and “All” sections, and by default, it should open on the “Today” section. This Notification Center bug on iOS 7.1.1 version, makes it to open on the “Missed” or “All” section. This can happen even if the bug does not exist, BUT even if you have nothing to the “Missed” or “All” section, it keeps on opening to those sections.
This is definitely not a hardware fault (many people imply that this might be caused from the hardware), and we can prove it from the solution below.
How to Fix the Notification Center bug on iOS 7.1.1 version
- Make a full back-up of your iDevice through iCloud or iTunes
- Reset all your settings and erase all content
- Delete all your e-mail accounts
- Reset again all your settings (do not use the erase content option)
- Toggle the Settings you wish to have to your iDevice
- Set up all the e-mail accounts you are using
- Reset all your Network Settings
- Reboot your iDevice
- Connect with your WiFi network
- Test your Notification Center
If the above tutorial does not help you, try to do the same, after a full restore of your iDevice (Through iTunes, not Over the Air).
Will this permanently fix the Notification Center bug on iOS 7.1.1 version?
From my personal experience, my iPhone 5 did not have from that time this bug anymore. Of course only 1 days has passed and this conclusion is not very accurate.
This tutorial was applied to eight iPhones and none of them now has the Notification Center bug on iOS 7.1.1 version.
If you still have issues with the Notification Center bug on iOS 7.1.1 version, please share it with us to provide you troubleshooting tips!