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Fix Error Your Response To The Invitation Cannot Be Sent : Calendar Invitation

We use many tools in life. Tools aid us in what we do but what happens when that tool is not working? Have you been frustrated with the iOS Calendar for the familiar error “Calendar Invitation: Your Response to The Invitation Cannot Be Sent”? You sure want to throw that iPad or iPhone away for no reason but you don’t have to. This simple troubleshoot trick would help you keep your device from scratches caused by unnecessary throwing.

Try the following recommendations to do the trick on your iPhone. After each of the following recommendations, check to see if the problem has been resolved or if you still find the same error.

  • Restart Calendars.
    1. Go to your “Settings”
    2. Tap your account
    3. Switch off the toggle button for “Calendars”
    4. Wait for a couple minutes
    5. Switch on the toggle button for “Calendars”

 

  • Update the iOS software of your iOS device to the most recent version that is available.
    1. Go to your “Settings”
    2. Tap “General”
    3. Tap “Software Update”
    4. If you find an existing update, carefully follow the instructions as given.

 

  • Turn off Calendars from Your Account Then Turn it on Again
    1. Go to your “Settings”
    2. Find and tap “Passwords and Accounts”
    3. Under the section “Accounts”, tap the specific account associated with your Calendars.
    4. Switch off the toggle button for “Calendars”
    5. You would be presented a confirmation dialog box which reads, “Are you sure you want to continue? All calendars will be removed from your iPhone.”

Tap the “Delete from my iOS device” option from the confirmation dialog box.

Attention: You don’t have to worry about losing important synced data. We will be able to retrieve such data when we turn on the “Calendars” later on your account so that it would sync again.

  • Switch off your iOS device.
  • Go to your “Settings”
  • Tap “General”
  • Tap “Shut Down”
  • Switch on your device.
  • Go to your “Settings”

Switch on the toggle button for “Calendars”

*You may repeat this option when the error still persists if you have other accounts associated with the iOS device.

  • Terminate the Calendar application from the background and then launch it.

For devices designed with a Home push button:

  • Press twice the “Home” push button

This will bring you on a screen with your applications that you have used recently.

  • Look for the Calendar application on the current screen. You may need to swipe sideways to find the app.
  • When you hover on the Calendar application, make a swiping motion upwards on the screen to terminate it.
  • Turn the Calendar back on from your settings.

For devices designed without a Home push button:

  • Make a swiping motion upwards starting from the bottom of the screen.

This will bring you on a screen with your applications that you have used recently.

  • Look for the Calendar application on the current screen. You may need to swipe sideways to find the app.
  • When you hover on the Calendar application, make a swiping motion upwards on the screen to terminate it.
  • Turn the Calendar back on from your settings.

 

If, after performing all the recommended basic troubleshooting tricks mentioned above, you still find the same error, you may need to seek assistance from Apple Support. They will help you connect with a professional from your country or region who is an expert on your device through phone, chat, email and many more options. Additionally, upon contacting their support, you may opt for a chat or a Genius bar appointment. You can also visit the Apple Support Community and see how others were able to solve a similar problem that you currently have.

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