Mi A2 is one of the most popular smartphones from Xiaomi in India due to its clutter-free software experience and regular monthly security updates. Recently the device has also received Google’s latest Android 10 with January 2020 security patch. Due to the popularity of Wi-Fi Calling, many users were expecting the feature along with the Android 10 update. But it didn’t happen. Even though the company is expected to release the WiFi Calling feature in the upcoming software update here is an easy way that allows you to enable the WiFi calling in Mi A2.
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Enable Wi-Fi Calling on Xiaomi Mi A2
In the first step, you’ll have to disable the Wi-Fi calling check. The process is very simple and doesn’t require any 3rd party app installations. All you have to do is:
- Open the Dialer
- enter this code – *#*#869434#*#*
- Once you dial, you’ll get a small notification saying “Vowifi carrier check was disabled”
Once you disable the VoWiFi carrier check, now enable the VoWiFi in the Dialer settings. To do so:
- Open Dialer
- Tap on Menu icon on the top right
- Go to Settings
- Select Calling accounts
- Then, select your Network Operator (Ex. Airtel, Jio, etc.)
- Select the option Wi-Fi Calling
- Turn on the Wi-Fi Calling by tapping on the Toggle
That’s it. You’ve successfully enabled Wi-Fi Calling on your Primary SIM. Now, follow the same method (Calling accounts -> Select the second SIM) to enable Wi-Fi Calling on your second SIM. This method is tested successfully on the Airtel network with BSNL ISP. Check out the screenshots below.
Note: If you experience any issues with Call Quality or Network, disable the Vowifi carrier check. Simply Dial *#*#869434#*#* once again which disables the VoWiFi and you’ll get a message saying “Vowifi carrier check was enabled“.
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