So I'm having a few phone call related problems and don't know if they have the same cause.
1. When I call somebody, the sound cuts out while its ringing until the otherside answers.
2. When I use WIFI calling, the other person has problems hearing me, while I hear them just fine.
I'm an old guy living in a rural area where cell phone coverage is really poor. I'd like to buy a used smartphone that's capable of WiFi calling. I can't afford much over $150. Is there such a phone?
I'm currently without a phone but when I had one it was an unlocked Moto G7 which I used on US...
I'm actually embarrassed to ask this question because it is very basic but I honestly don't know the answer.
When I'm at home with my Android phone connected to my home WiFi, are the calls I make and receive coming in via WiFi or are they still coming in via cell towers? I'm trying to figure...
I have a Samsung galaxy 5. Android.
For some reason I have 2 WiFi calling icons on the top header.
It showed up a couple of days ago about the same time I have been experiencing a lot of trouble getting WiFi calling service. Help
Google has confirmed that the Pixel and Pixel XL will support both Verizon and T-Mobile's WiFi calling solution (even the version bought from the Google Store). They said this feature could expand to other wireless networks in the future, but to not count on it.
If you own the Galaxy S7 Edge and purchased it from Rogers, then you can look forward to an OTA update being pushed to your device soon.
The update doesn't bring much, but it does include the very popular WiFi calling feature that Rogers customers have been waiting a long time for.
The folks over at Android Central have tested the unlocked HTC 10 on both T-Mobile(in the US) and EE(in the UK) and they said WiFi calling worked on both of them.
To get it working, simply insert your SIM card and then let the HTC 10 install the carrier settings if you're prompted and then...
I'm wondering is there a way to use my carrier number for making calls and sms via wifi. But I also want it to work via GMS if I don't have wifi at this moment.
The problem is that I don't have much signal at home and school but I don't want to use a second number for doing my calls via wifi.
It was announced last week that Verizon would start adding WiFi calling to a limited selection of devices starting this week.
That roll out has begun for the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge and will continue over the next week or two...
We knew that Verizon was trying to get WiFi calling in on their network but we didn't know when it would happen.
An announcement tells us that WiFi Calling will be packaged with their Advanced Calling feature and it will hit the Galaxy S6 as well as the Galaxy S6 Edge in a phased OTA update...