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Sony Xperia 5 Wi-Fi Calling and VoLTE???

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hatryan

Member
Feb 22, 2009
37
3
Esslingen
Hi.
I've been looking for posts related to this theme, but unfortunately I haven't found anything concrete.

If I dial the code *#*#‪4636‬#*#* It turns out that Wi-Fi Calling and VoLTE are turned off and cannot be activated.

I mention, that the operator supports these services, because before, on previous phones, it worked perfectly.

Is there another possibility of activation?
I'm particularly interested in Wi-Fi Calling.
I really want to stay on stock, no custom rom.

I'd be totally grateful if you could help me.
Thank you in advance.
 

jackpotbox

Member
Sep 19, 2011
44
5
Hi.
I've been looking for posts related to this theme, but unfortunately I haven't found anything concrete.

If I dial the code *#*#‪4636‬#*#* It turns out that Wi-Fi Calling and VoLTE are turned off and cannot be activated.

I mention, that the operator supports these services, because before, on previous phones, it worked perfectly.

Is there another possibility of activation?
I'm particularly interested in Wi-Fi Calling.
I really want to stay on stock, no custom rom.

I'd be totally grateful if you could help me.
Thank you in advance.


I'm also interested in Volte. Have you had a way to enable it? Quite a rude awakening for me that the phone doesn't readily come with the Sync toggle and the Volte option. I used to use all those and more, on the Samsung Note 10. Xperia 5 is a downgrade for me.
 

kboya

Senior Member
Apr 25, 2010
640
112
I'm also interested in Volte. Have you had a way to enable it? Quite a rude awakening for me that the phone doesn't readily come with the Sync toggle and the Volte option. I used to use all those and more, on the Samsung Note 10. Xperia 5 is a downgrade for me.
I have VOLTE (and WiFi calling)... It's a network provision: it's not a phone setting if it's not available from your network.