Sep 17, 2017 In iOS 11, there’s a way to actually disable the entire Game Center feature for good. How to Disable Game Center in iOS 11. Game Center is Apple’s system for syncing game progress data, achievements, and online multiplayer. Car ramp games online. Cd&dvd copy protection software. If you’re not interested in using these features, here’s how to disable it in iOS 11.
Game Centre Ios 11
- Jul 17, 2017 Turn Off Game Center. To turn off Game Center in iOS 11, open the Settings app. Scroll down to Game Center preference, and tap it. On the Game Center screen, turn the ‘Game Center’ switch off. When you next launch a game, you won’t be prompted to sign into Game Center.
- Oct 04, 2017 Edit 2/19/18: I am no longer using Game Center to switch accounts. I have moved over to SC ID and it went flawlessly. To make my life easier I created new email addresses for all 5 of my accounts with the village name in the email address. I then set my normal email address as a forwarding address for all five. This made moving over to SC ID from iOS easy.
- Dec 11, 2017 Question: Q: change game center account with ios 11. I cannot seem to find a way to change game center accounts. The kids had separate accounts, this helps to end arguments. But now there doesn't seem to be a way to change accounts unless there is a iTunes/App store account attached. Children do not have app accounts.
- Jun 28, 2019 When iOS 10 came along, Apple killed the Game Center app, which also took away a lot of its functionality and caused a lot of confusion. I’ll run through all the things you can still do with Game Center and clear up any confusion.
- If you are looking for a way to add friends on Game Center in iOS 11, check out this post to see the solution and learn how to backup game app data between iOS devices and computers.
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I am no longer using Game Center to switch accounts. I have moved over to SC ID and it went flawlessly.
To make my life easier I created new email addresses for all 5 of my accounts with the village name in the email address. I then set my normal email address as a forwarding address for all five. This made moving over to SC ID from iOS easy.
I also thought about what order I wanted them to be in so when I created the email addresses I did this:
So now my villages are in the order I want (they sort alphabetically) and I can easily tell what village I am loading. (Thanks to many who posted in the “One and Only” thread that helped me come up with this method.)
If you want to know more about how to switch to SC ID check out Prophets post here:
**WARNING** For those who like the switching method below and want to stick with GameCenter be warned that the newest public beta makes things harder again for switching. Requiring you to type out (or have shortcuts for) your email addresses. Hopefully that “feature” doesn’t make it out of beta but if it does I will be glad to have dodged that bullet.
At first I did not like the new GameCenter in IOS11 as far as changing accounts. Now I love it! I change accounts with just a few taps.
Here is a step by step how-to as far as setting up IOS11 for fast account changes in clash (Hint: you do NOT need to turn off GameCenter)
1. Go to Settings/Accounts & Passwords/APP & Website Passwords
It will ask for permission – for me I just get in with touch ID
2. Scroll all the way to the bottom and tap “Add Password”
3. Fill in the three fields:
Website (you need to enter this, I used 1gamecenter.com, 2gamecenter.com etc. for the different accounts – the numbers at the beginning keep them at the top of the list – this helps later - the website does not need to be real)
Username: (Enter your GameCenter email here)
Password: (Enter your Gamecenter Password here)
4. Hit Done and repeat steps 2 and 3 for each of your accounts
5. Now go to GameCenter, if your are logged into GameCenter with your main Apple ID (the one on your phone for everything else) then go to the bottom and tap “Use different Apple ID for Game Center” otherwise tap “Use your primary Apple Account” right under the GameCenter Toggle at the top (even if you are not switching to your primary account).
6. Either way when you get to the popup “Set up GameCenter as…” ALWAYS tap [Not firstname.lastname@example.org?] if you hit “continue” because it is showing the correct email you will have to type out your password – trust me ALWAYS tap the second option.
7. You should now see the Apple ID Sign-in screen. Tap the Apple ID Email box to bring up the keyboard.
8. Now the magic – don’t start typing, just tap the key icon at the top of your keyboard.
9. Give permissions to use stored passwords (for me touchID) and pick your account from the list.
10. Tap on the correct account on the list (your gamecenter accounts should be at the top if you used my number trick above) and tap “return” or “Sign in”
11. Go back to Clash and “CONFIRM” the switch.
So that was lots of steps but many of them were just getting the passwords set up.
If you did that correctly it now only takes 6 taps and ZERO typing to switch between accounts. That is way better than before.
I hopes this helps.