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Soon we will have VoLTE!!!

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By ChadH42, Senior Member on 26th August 2014, 02:41 PM
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28th August 2014, 05:43 PM |#11  
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What am in missing here? I have voice now, I'll have voice later, just over the LTE waves? It's not like my data where I get faster thruput, i still just get to make a phone call.

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wooo hooo...

HD voice only if you're calling another verizon customer with a compatible phone. so really it won't affect any of my phone calls. Not an interest until all providers are connected.
 
 
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Sounds good. But it will definitely require a serious OTA because I've heard of nothing being already developed in the S5 for this feature. Expect Verizon to mess with root.
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wooo hooo...

HD voice only if you're calling another verizon customer with a compatible phone. so really it won't affect any of my phone calls. Not an interest until all providers are connected.

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So what's the difference between VoLTE and WiFi calling?
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So what's the difference between VoLTE and WiFi calling?

In a nutshell, you'll be able to use Video calling and HD voice over the network without WiFi without any additional charges or hits against your data, provided your contact has a compatible device and the necessary software.
21st September 2014, 10:04 AM |#16  
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VoLTE is now available. I need to get my phone up to 4.4.4 (NI2) on Developer Edition so I can enable this feature.
21st September 2014, 10:48 AM |#17  
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In a nutshell, you'll be able to use Video calling and HD voice over the network without WiFi without any additional charges or hits against your data, provided your contact has a compatible device and the necessary software.

The HD phone calls will not go against data, just minutes if you are not on an unlimited talk plan. The HD video calls will go against data.
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Good luck getting it to work. If I enable HD Voice on my account, all my incomming calls stop and people get a message that the number has been disconnected or changed. Took 2 hours with Verizon to figure out thats what the issue was,. Once guy removed that feature from my account it started working again.
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Good luck getting it to work. If I enable HD Voice on my account, all my incomming calls stop and people get a message that the number has been disconnected or changed. Took 2 hours with Verizon to figure out thats what the issue was,. Once guy removed that feature from my account it started working again.

HAH. I was just coming here to post this. Although I didn't call Verizon, I did notice it only happened after enabling the features online. I can still make calls, receive texts I just can't receive them. Although I am kind of OK with that... LOL.


And to confirm. I just went online and disabled advance calling and now I can get calls again (called myself from work phone). Go figure... rolling out a broken product.
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HAH. I was just coming here to post this. Although I didn't call Verizon, I did notice it only happened after enabling the features online. I can still make calls, receive texts I just can't receive them. Although I am kind of OK with that... LOL.


And to confirm. I just went online and disabled advance calling and now I can get calls again (called myself from work phone). Go figure... rolling out a broken product.

I knew it was the advanced calling feature but I wanted it documented so that maybe they will get it fixed. Well hopefully anyways!
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