Wi-Fi calling is one of the valuable features when it comes to Android. Whether you prefer Wi-Fi calling or not, in this tutorial, I will teach you “How to turn on Wi-Fi calling on Android” or Samsung or any smartphone like one plus, realme, Oppo Vivo, Huawei, T-Mobile, and US Mobile.
Wi-Fi calling is a great feature when you have a strong Wi-Fi signal. Because if you have poor Wi-Fi, it will affect Android and the Voice’s calling functionality. Believe me, that’s A terrible experience.
So without wasting any more time, let’s see how to turn on Wi-Fi calling feature on Android.
How Does WiFi Calling Work?
The basic fundamental of Wi-Fi calling is texting or calling, so everything will be routed through your Wi-Fi connection.
Suppose you are in a building, and the signal cannot pass through the concrete blocks, so your signal strength will be low, and whenever you make calls, the voice will interrupt, and the quality won’t be that good.
Here is when Wi-Fi calling comes into play. If your device has Wi-Fi calling ability and is connected to any Wi-Fi, you can make calls directly through it and get a better voice quality than average standard calls.
Let’s dive into the tutorial to turn on Wi-Fi calling.
How to Turn On Wi-Fi Calling
To turn on the Wi-Fi calling functionality on your Android device, we can follow the procedure below, which is the same procedure you can follow on all the mobile companies like T-Mobile, Samsung, oneplus, oppo and realme.
- Mobile Settings > SIM Card & Mobile Data.
- Tap on the Preferred Cellular Data SIM > Scroll Down.
- Here, Touch the WiFi Calling Settings > Then Turn it on by clicking the Turn On Button.
If you are using a Samsung device, I have a different step, especially for you.
But before moving on to the tutorial in-depth tutorial. If you didn’t get the above steps, you could follow the procedure below with images that will help you find out how to enable Wi-Fi calling.
Easy to Follow Tutorial on Enabling WiFi Calling
So let’s see the tutorial on enabling the Wi-Fi calling functionality on most Android devices.
- Open Mobile Settings > Select SIM Card & Mobile Data
- Select Primary SIM Card
- Tap On WI-FI Calling
- Slide To Turn On Wi-Fi Calling Android
- Get into your mobile settings, find the SIM card and mobile data option, and tap on it.
- You have to tap on the SIM on which your primary mobile data running is. Or you can say the preferred data sim.
- Yeah, you will find Wi-Fi calling just scrolling down a bit. Now touch the Wi-Fi calling.
- A new window will appear where you have to tap on the turn-on button to turn on the Wi-Fi calling.
Woah! That’s pretty easy. So that you can easily enable Wi-Fi calling for all the Android devices out there in the market, but for the Samsung ones, I have a separate tutorial on it just below this paragraph.
At this point, maybe you are curious why to turn it on.
Moreover, I will answer all your questions that probably are in your mind. It is better to clear all the questions rather than leave them.
Why Turn On Wifi Calling
The basic fundamental of Wi-Fi calling is whenever it is turned on, and you are connected to a Wi-Fi network and calling somebody. You will get excellent voice quality because the call is connected OR routed from your Wi-Fi connection. Whether your SIM card signal is poor doesn’t matter. Your voice call quality will improve by up to 67% just because you are calling with Wi-Fi.
If you are not using Wi-Fi Calling, that’s totally up to you. But if you have a great Wi-Fi router with a great Wi-Fi connection speed, I recommend you to use it once, and you will notice a significant boost in your voice quality.
Moreover, Wi-Fi calling feature will save you many times when you are in a completely packed room Or space covered with concrete blocks and getting a shallow signal on your Android device. Then you should use Wi-Fi calling to get proper voice calls.
Ok, so that’s it for today. Today I showed you how to turn on Wi-Fi calling or how to enable Wi-Fi calling feature on Android on all Android devices like Tmobile oneplus, oppo, Vivo, realme, and Xiaomi.
I hope you enjoyed this tutorial, and let me know in the comments. Would you use Wi-Fi calling? Because I’m using it.