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  Reply # 1908406 27-Nov-2017 12:46
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Will this work with a custom rom? 

 

 

Highly unlikely. You will need the official 2degrees firmware to have the settings pushed down.

 

 

2.8GB download from Sam mobile took about 4.5 hours (free download not paying for premium)

 

If anyone needs the official firmware for 2D Samsung S8+ I have it 

 

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  Reply # 1908507 27-Nov-2017 15:01
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And here are some screenshots showing where you might see the settings:

 

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Note: even after you've got the update installed and turned it on, there's one more switch we have to flip in the core to enable the service. Currently that's off; we have a final regulatory hurdle to clear first but we expect sign-off on that soon.

 

 

 

Edit - now hopefully not stealing all your screenses.

 

 

 

 

 

 





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  Reply # 1908509 27-Nov-2017 15:05
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Well, will have to test Mrs Freitasm's phone when back in NZ to see if there's anything there (even though apparently not supported).





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  Reply # 1908529 27-Nov-2017 15:52
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My eyes - can someone please edit @SaltyNZ images?

 

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  Reply # 1908568 27-Nov-2017 17:23
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Sorry I posted and then ran straight off to a meeting...




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  Reply # 1908611 27-Nov-2017 18:42
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The other driver here is that I think all of the networks have to add Voice over LTE support to provide voice over the 400 upcoming RBI2 rural mobile towers- and I suspect pretty much the same work involved for VoLTE as Wi-Fi Calling. Essentially exposing their voice gateways over SIP to the internet!


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  Reply # 1908630 27-Nov-2017 19:23
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The other driver here is that I think all of the networks have to add Voice over LTE support to provide voice over the 400 upcoming RBI2 rural mobile towers- and I suspect pretty much the same work involved for VoLTE as Wi-Fi Calling. Essentially exposing their voice gateways over SIP to the internet!

 

 

 

 

Yes, both VoWifi and VoLTE rely on the same core. The main differences are that in the VoLTE case you are authenticated directly as you are on a trusted access method, whereas in VoWifi you first have to setup an encrypted tunnel and then perform an untrusted authentication through the tunnel. After that, as we control the LTE network, we can install a QoS profile on the radio to ensure best quality of call. That doesn't work quite as well over the Internet.





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  Reply # 1908632 27-Nov-2017 19:26
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IMS core

 

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  Reply # 1908639 27-Nov-2017 19:36
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Badly want this for my s6 but assume it is a while away if ever.

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Have a 2degrees S8 here and a new system update has become available today (has October's security update and wasn't available a couple of days ago when I manually checked). Have just installed it manually now, but there's nothing about Wifi Calling in the 'Connections' settings. However, it's currently has a Spark SIM card in it and I don't have a 2degrees card at hand. May go out and buy one tomorrow though as I'm off overseas for 5 weeks and have a Huawei Mobile Wifi hotspot with about 12GB of worldwide data left on it. Looks like a great alternative to roaming.


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  Reply # 1908681 27-Nov-2017 20:54
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Just be aware it's not turned on yet. Should be pretty soon though!





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  Reply # 1908812 28-Nov-2017 09:21
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Anyone seeing Wi-Fi calling option this morning on there Samsung S8/+?

 

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  Reply # 1909126 28-Nov-2017 18:29
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Anyone seeing Wi-Fi calling option this morning on there Samsung S8/+?

 

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Just went and had a look and yep, now have WiFi calling on my S8+. Thought why not and turned it on.


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  Reply # 1909165 28-Nov-2017 19:39
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Yes I have the setting showing as well :)

 

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  Reply # 1909175 28-Nov-2017 20:06
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@saltynz Ok options are now showing on my S8+ is Wi-Fi calling now live?

 

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Edit: Don't think it's fully live just yet at 20:10


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