04-08-2019 01:21 AM in
I have very poor reception downstairs in my house, the phone shows it as 1 bar but I cannot make/receive calls or use data. I have Wifi calling switched on but it doesn't seem to detect that the 1 bar is not good enough and therefore does not switch itself on.
Wifi calling does work when I put my phone on flight mode and turn on wifi
Wifi calling also works for a short while just after restarting my phone then it switches itself off
Leaving aeroplane mode on is not ideal as I will forget it on when I leave the house and not have wifi
Is there a solution?
My phone is a Galaxy S10 updated to the latest firmware (the July patch)
04-08-2019 06:07 AM in
Calling Over Wifi would only kick in if the phone couldn't make a call using network signal @battat
The ways I'm aware of to override this is what your currently doing.
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06-08-2019 10:36 PM in
yeah exactly, the issue is that the phone is not detecting that it can't make a call using the network signal because its so low. When I try to make a call, nothing happens it just tries to connect for 30seconds then stops.
I guess there arn't any solutions currently. Thanks for the response.
07-08-2019 12:40 PM in
In your settings in the dialer make sure that WiFi Preferred is selected. If it is not, even at 1 bar WiFi Calling may not kick in as you're telling the device to stay on mobile.