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  1. Good Future's Avatar
    I use it all the time on my DTEK60, so I assume the KeyOne will have the same capabilities. It's an Android, not a BlackBerry OS.
    Are you in the UK? Which network are you on please?
    06-01-17 01:28 AM
  2. Good Future's Avatar
    This is a deal breaker for me, as I do rely on EE Wifi Calling. The Priv had this feature so surprised if this does not have it. Also the phones do not need to be EE approved to have WiFi calling as this feature is now available on unlocked phones e.g. HTC 10, G S7/S8.

    Have you tried going in to Phone > Settings > WiFi Calling ??
    Checked again it's not there
    06-01-17 01:30 AM
  3. Good Future's Avatar
    i am on EE as well, I'm afraid there no VoLTE and VoWifi with KeyOne on EE
    Thanks for conforming. Had to get a signal box from EE.
    06-01-17 01:31 AM
  4. Good Future's Avatar
    This is because EE did stock Priv and Dtek 50 & Dtek 60 (on Business), but they never confirmed they will stock KeyOne
    Did you manage to sell it?

    What networks are supporting/confirming the KEYone in the UK?
    06-01-17 01:32 AM
  5. miketedeschi's Avatar
    Nope. Put my SIM in and it was just there.
    Hmmm. And what was the Sim in before that? A PRIV? Some other android that t-mobile supports?

    The ting dashboard still says I have an unlocked S7 (not the t-mobile I model) which is why I needed the patched app. Hopefully the keyone imei will trickle into the system eventually and light up WiFi calling so I don't have to mess around with patched anything.
    06-01-17 02:09 AM
  6. Bla1ze's Avatar
    Hmmm. And what was the Sim in before that? A PRIV? Some other android that t-mobile supports?

    The ting dashboard still says I have an unlocked S7 (not the t-mobile I model) which is why I needed the patched app. Hopefully the keyone imei will trickle into the system eventually and light up WiFi calling so I don't have to mess around with patched anything.
    Yeah, a Priv is what's still assoc. to my account.
    06-01-17 02:10 AM
  7. miketedeschi's Avatar
    Yeah, a Priv is what's still assoc. to my account.
    Sweet, thank you. I will have to experiment with the imei in their system and report back for the next guy.
    06-01-17 02:12 AM
  8. miketedeschi's Avatar
    So, I was going to email ting a random imei from a priv off ebay, as I've seen providers do this before to trick their system into provisioning services to newer devices, but I found another way.

    Even though I'm not provisioned for wifi calling, you can force the setting IF you can get to the setting another way. (Setting is hidden by not provisioned setting from carrier)

    Lighter screenshot is hidden settings app showing what is provisioned. Unfortunatly toggling the wifi calling does nothing here, it appears to push down from carrier.

    Download quick shortcut maker and find the phone WFC settings location as seen in the darker screenshot. Make the shortcut, now you can enable wifi calling, without being provisioned for it.

    Enable wifi calling on ting or t-mobile, enjoy.

    I tested in airplane mode a SMS message.

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    06-01-17 03:31 AM
  9. miketedeschi's Avatar
    Now, I wish I could get mms working over wifi.

    Edit: it works!
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    06-01-17 03:35 AM
  10. owczi's Avatar
    I remember EE supporting this years ago, before LTE, my Curve had this (UMA - Unlicensed Mobile Access).
    06-01-17 04:26 AM
  11. arthursim's Avatar
    Even though I'm not provisioned for wifi calling, you can force the setting IF you can get to the setting another way. (Setting is hidden by not provisioned setting from carrier)
    Just tested this on Rogers and the options in Wi-Fi Calling are greyed out. There must be some provisioning done on the carrier's side I guess.
    06-02-17 02:47 PM
  12. miketedeschi's Avatar
    Just tested this on Rogers and the options in Wi-Fi Calling are greyed out. There must be some provisioning done on the carrier's side I guess.
    Does Rogers support wifi calling on android?
    06-02-17 02:49 PM
  13. arthursim's Avatar
    Does Rogers support wifi calling on android?
    They do support a bunch Android phones.
    06-02-17 03:37 PM
  14. miketedeschi's Avatar
    Go to a store, find someone experienced, and have them spoof an imei on your account for a supported android device.
    06-02-17 03:58 PM
  15. qwerty4ever's Avatar
    No wifi calling on Rogers in Canada it seems.
    Rogers Wireless removed WiFi calling years ago, maybe around the time of the BlackBerry Bold 9780. It has been years.
    06-03-17 03:57 PM
  16. GusBandicoot's Avatar
    Im now with o2, it's not built in WiFi calling, but being with this network I get 'free' access to their TU app which does have WiFi calling along with other offline services
    06-03-17 04:12 PM
  17. JeromeM's Avatar
    Rogers Wireless removed WiFi calling years ago, maybe around the time of the BlackBerry Bold 9780. It has been years.
    What? Lol of course they have wifi calling, I have it on my S7 Edge, it's on most Samsungs and iPhones.

    They have VoLTE as well.
    06-03-17 08:58 PM
  18. miketedeschi's Avatar
    What? Lol of course they have wifi calling, I have it on my S7 Edge, it's on most Samsungs and iPhones.

    They have VoLTE as well.
    He must be thinking UMA...
    06-03-17 09:07 PM
  19. footnote's Avatar
    So, I was going to email ting a random imei from a priv off ebay, as I've seen providers do this before to trick their system into provisioning services to newer devices, but I found another way.

    Even though I'm not provisioned for wifi calling, you can force the setting IF you can get to the setting another way. (Setting is hidden by not provisioned setting from carrier)

    Lighter screenshot is hidden settings app showing what is provisioned. Unfortunatly toggling the wifi calling does nothing here, it appears to push down from carrier.

    Download quick shortcut maker and find the phone WFC settings location as seen in the darker screenshot. Make the shortcut, now you can enable wifi calling, without being provisioned for it.

    Enable wifi calling on ting or t-mobile, enjoy.

    I tested in airplane mode a SMS message.

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    What is the trick to getting "Wifi calling provisioned" to stick?
    06-03-17 09:59 PM
  20. miketedeschi's Avatar
    What is the trick to getting "Wifi calling provisioned" to stick?
    I didn't bother getting that toggle to stick, but you don't need it. Instead, setup the shortcut that takes you to the wifi calling settings themselves. The settings are hidden, but they do stick if you can get to the menu. It works 100% of the time, haven't needed to disable it yet.
    06-03-17 10:04 PM
  21. footnote's Avatar
    I didn't bother getting that toggle to stick, but you don't need it. Instead, setup the shortcut that takes you to the wifi calling settings themselves. The settings are hidden, but they do stick if you can get to the menu. It works 100% of the time, haven't needed to disable it yet.
    when I go to the wifi settings screen, the toggle to switch wifi calling on is disabled and doesn't let me change it.
    06-03-17 10:08 PM
  22. miketedeschi's Avatar
    What provider?
    06-03-17 10:10 PM
  23. footnote's Avatar
    AT&T. And I had wifi calling working on my previous device.
    06-03-17 10:14 PM
  24. miketedeschi's Avatar
    Sounds like ATT might be a little stricter than t-mobile. Go to a store, find an employee who has worked at least 3 years, and have them spoof a priv IMEI on your account.

    I think that's your next best move.
    footnote likes this.
    06-03-17 10:17 PM
  25. miketedeschi's Avatar
    Prev device must have been android right?
    06-03-17 10:18 PM
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