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Just Got T-Mo G2, 4.4.2, Strange issues, Wifi Calling

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By Bacardi222, Senior Member on 22nd February 2014, 12:29 AM
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Hey guys, this is actually a post regarding my mom's LG G2 we just got for her. We switched from Sprint and got this in the mail. I was excited to handle a new device as usual and was surprised to learn that it already had the Kitkat update. I soon discovered that outbound Wifi-Calling calls would not work at all, however SMS send/receive as well as receiving calls over Wifi worked just fine. There are no error messages associated with the Wifi calling, it will say connecting when dialing a call and then say call ended after about one second. I did some digging around and learned that T-mobile has not actually released 4.4.2 for the LG G2 so I assume that this may be related to the issue, considering the Wifi calling framework is something they add over Android. I assume that the phone my mom received has some sort of test build on it or something? Maybe you guys can help me out with it. T Mobile support were friendly but basically useless in getting this problem resolved, and said that the outbound calls is a known issue for this phone. I suspect that may be BS but maybe not.

Here's some info about the phone under software information:

4.4.2

baseband: M8974A-AAAANAZM-1.0.190034

kernel 3.4

Build JDQ39B

Software version: D80110g

Does any of this look familiar? Is this some sort of testing build? I may just try and send the phone back and get one with a more stable 4.3 if possible.

Thanks for any help or information you can provide.
 
 
22nd February 2014, 12:47 AM |#2  
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That's 4.2.2 not 4.4.2
All the build numbers you posted except the 4.4.2 refer to 4.2.2
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