Flashlight button in Control Center on iOS - Flashlight Inactive Button in Control Center - Flashlight does not work

iOS is a very stable and very fast operating system, compared to other operating systems on smart phones. However, it is not free of bugs and moments when we let ourselves. It happens quite rarely, but it happens.

The latest problem encountered with iOS 9 (9.3.4) installed on iPhone 6 was inability to use the flashlight function. Function flashlightThat LED room lights.
IPhone owners know that "flashlight" an iPhone can not open than in Control CenterBy dragging the bottom up outside display and reaching the first rapid application options bar. Flashlight.

This is what Control C looks likeenter when the flashlight is not in use:

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The problem is that the "Flashlight" mistakenly look like flashlight would have been on, and of course any attempt to illuminate the LED camera was in vain. Basically button has become inactive and no longer could ignite the torch.

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This bug occurs most often when The camera application is startedFunction Flash mode is enabled (ON) and the user leaves the application in the background. Flashlight applications si Camera I can run in parallel because both use LED.

Solving the problem lies in close all active applications which running in the background iOS (quickly double-tap the Home button si Swipe up across open applications), Then try again use Flashlight function.
If all else goes acted Flashlight button, turn (turn off) and reopen the iPhone. Everything will return to normal.

Flashlight button in Control Center on iOS - Flashlight Inactive Button in Control Center - Flashlight does not work

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