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Discussion in 'iOS 9' started by celo48, Nov 9, 2015.
I turned on/off reduced transparency but doesn't work. Any idea how to fix it?
Mine is exactly like that too, with that wallpaper.
Try changing the wallpaper and seeing how the dock reacts.
It s grey because of the wallpaper, try another one and you ll see that the dock color will change.
Of course I tried other wallpapers
It should look like this:
Reduce transparency is turned on I presume.
I did a clean install and fixed now!
All you had to do was go to Settings and turn off the "Reduce Transparency" option...
EDIT...didn't see where you already tried that...Weird.
LMAO. You really did a clean install? Crazy!
@archvile answered to your question. It was an easy fix.
Did you even read the post you are referencing?
Did you even read my answer?
I was surely referencing to this post only.
Yeah. There was no easy fix.
Why? Go to Settings -> General -> Accessibility -> Reduce Transparency -> Turn it off.
Is it a difficult fix?
Do a research before accusing someone.
The very post you refrenced has an edit to it addressing that part of it. The OP covers it as well. How can you miss that still?
He did that long before you posted, it didn't fix the problem.
Future readers: if turning reduce transparency on/off doesn't work, please try a reset by holding the home and sleep buttons for 10 seconds before taking the drastic step of reinstalling iOS. (OP didn't mention doing this so it's still a possible fix)