Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Enable Wi-Fi Calling - Tip

Some mobile operators, such as T-Mobile or Verizon, offer Wi-Fi calling. The smartphone, in our case the Samsung Galaxy Note 8, uses the W-Lan network at home. For this to work, however, there must be two prerequisites: You have a mobile phone contract and Wi-Fi calling enabled in the Android settings.

We'll now explain how to activate 8 W-Lan calls on the Samsung Galaxy Note.

To do this, first start from the home screen and then navigate to:

App menu --> Settings --> Connections

Here you can see the entry "Mobile Networks". Select the entry and you will find the entry "WLAN Calls„ in the next submenu. Now only activate it by setting the knob from "Off" to "On". Ready!

You have now activated WiFi Calling on the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 and can therefore accept and make calls via the W-Lan network. Especially if you live in a Sudterrain apartment with bad reception, Wi-Fi calling is a dream.

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