Originally Posted by ksio89
My phone discharged overnight, and when I charged it and started, I could see the 4G and handset icon, meaning VoLTE is finally enabled! I made a call with mobile data enabled to confirm and it doesn't knock the connection down to H+ (3.75G) anymore, problem solved. I don't know whether it's coincidence or not, but this happened after I called my carrier and complained about the their lack of support of LTE Advanced, even though the device supported it on both hardware and software level. I would like to thank you, @Ibuprophen and @Droidriven for the help, I appreciate taking your time to assist a fellow XDA user
I'm very happy to see that you got this situated!!!
There's really no need to thank me. I only provided some information based upon my little search to help you out.
I would like to defer your thanks more towards @Droidriven
who had provided information that was much more accurate than I.
I would just like to recommend/suggest/encourage you to provide what information (the best way) you can within one of the applicable threads (or close to it) within the Device Dedicated Area of the forum specific to your device.I only mention this based upon what i had found there that, looked to me, like very dim results for so many looking to do what you had accomplished.
This is all up to you...
Good luck and remember to document, take note, etc... regarding what/how you accomplished this in case you need to refer back to it for any reason.
Originally Posted by mrrocketdog
don't know if this is correct thread to post this or not..........
That is a VERY old app and i'm not suprised as it has resulted in this behavior because of compatibility issues...
That app is actually developed by Tapatalk before XDA created their own "in-house" app called XDA Labs...
First off, if you look at this specific app on the Play Store using the same app/package name (FYI... your signature also has the link as well), you'll find the following link and then note that the last version of the Tapatalk version is 7.1.27.
XDA Legacy App - Google Play Store
With that stated, it's a touch and go regarding a working version for those various (older versions) of the XDA Legacy apps by Tapatalk.
I would recommend that you go to the following "in house" XDA Forum app...
[OFFICIAL XDA][BETA][MAR 19]XDA Labs: Forum App + App Installer + Xposed Repo by blk_jack
...Please Note: I would recommend that you obtain the app via the above thread because the Play Store version contains Ads ("Required by Google" in order for XDA to be able to provide the app via the Play Store).
There are a few other "Alternative Options" like the following one that's based upon the older XDA Legacy App by Tapatalk but, it contains various compatibility fixes and such in order to work on the newer Android Versions...
[APP][2.x+]The ClaRetoX Forum [A Classic-Way to the XDA!] by Ibuprophen
... I do like the XDA Labs App and do use it on occasion. I only use the ClaRetoX app as my primary one solely as a personal preference for various reasons. The Labs app is actually superior to the ClaRetoX app as the ClaRetoX app is basic and to the point. The Labs app provides additional features like the Labs Store and others.
This is all your call...
Unless asked to do so, PLEASE
don't PM me regarding support. Sent using The ClaRetoX Forum
App on my Apple Macintosh.