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    VOLTE working for some users!!!

    VOLTE is working for some while on the t-mobile network! this is very good news and ive been waiting for this to happen for some time now...i think it may be time for me to switch over


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    How do I know?

    So, how do I know if I'm enjoying Voice Over LTE? As I sit here, I am connected to home wifi, and to band 4 LTE. Under Settings > more > Cellular network settings, Enhanced 4G LTE Mode is turned on.

    What would confirm that VOLTE is in operation? Maybe I should turn off wifi? I have no idea about these issues.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JimWorthey View Post
    So, how do I know if I'm enjoying Voice Over LTE? As I sit here, I am connected to home wifi, and to band 4 LTE. Under Settings > more > Cellular network settings, Enhanced 4G LTE Mode is turned on.

    What would confirm that VOLTE is in operation? Maybe I should turn off wifi? I have no idea about these issues.
    Turn off WiFi. It should then say LTE at the top. Make a phone call. If it stays on LTE, you're on VoLTE. If the LTE signal changes to something else like 4G, H, 2G, etc, then you're not on VoLTE.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JimWorthey View Post
    So, how do I know if I'm enjoying Voice Over LTE? As I sit here, I am connected to home wifi, and to band 4 LTE. Under Settings > more > Cellular network settings, Enhanced 4G LTE Mode is turned on.

    What would confirm that VOLTE is in operation? Maybe I should turn off wifi? I have no idea about these issues.

    turn off wi-fi on ur phone, make a phone call during the phone call itll display HD somewhere on the screen ..during the phone call u should see the 4G LTE icon u can also download the SignalCheck Lite app to also confirm...during the phone call open the app and it should say "connect to LTE" if u see this then ur on a VOLTE call.....heres a screen shot to show what itll look like
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    I just tried it and LTE changed to H while on T-Mobile.

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    Quote Originally Posted by trebordet View Post
    I just tried it and LTE changed to H while on T-Mobile.
    seems like ur not one of the lucky ones...im sure itll be rolled out to all users in like a month

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    Quote Originally Posted by trebordet View Post
    I just tried it and LTE changed to H while on T-Mobile.
    The same for me so far. I've watched the status line on a few calls. If "LTE" indication is present, it changes to H.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JimWorthey View Post
    The same for me so far. I've watched the status line on a few calls. If "LTE" indication is present, it changes to H.
    I think the real test would be in an LTE-only market, like parts of SD and N MI. It's no test of VoLTE if the phone drops back to UMTS in a multi-mode service area. That just says the network wants to use UMTS.
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    Subtle change

    When I wrote #2 and #7, I was getting a tiny LTE indication in the status line (or whatever it is called) at the top edge of the screen. Now Signal Spy says that I have Band 4 LTE, but I no longer get the tiny LTE at the top. This change is in effect over a day or two, it's not a momentary change. Of course I have no idea how to interpret these events.

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    7 months later since this post....did VOLTE roll out to everyone? whos able to use it?

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