Today I have tried to enable wifi calling on my Samsung S21 5G.
I've taken all the software update steps - i.e. updated so that i'm running android 12, updated the samsung calling app too, but there is no option to enable wifi calling on my phone anywhere
- i.e. not in the options menu of the calling app or in the connections setting area of the phone.
I live in an area with pretty poor phone reception so its really quite important I can get this working.
I am travelling to a country where I do not have roaming, then I want to use Wi-Fi Calling, but it doesn´t show up in the menu. I have UI 5.0 and Android 13.
How can I enable it? the carrier supports voIP
@Sergr4: Wi-Fi Calling is a network specific feature, therefore it might be the case that it isn't supported in your current region. Was the feature active before you went travelling, and was the option available for selection in the Phone app settings menu? Have you tried contacting your network provider to see if they're able to shed any light on this for you?