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    Koodo iPhone VoLTE users

    Can someone extract the carrier update file from their iPhone for the rest of us?

    This may explain how...
    https://forums.modmy.com/t-f13/67773...my-iphone.html

    EDIT: Nevermind... You can find every IPCC on the Apple server here...
    http://ax.itunes.apple.com/WebObject...LQcuk947vdrRlw

    .plist File Editor here...
    http://www.icopybot.com/plist-editor.htm
    Last edited by AndrewSFM; 05-13-2018 at 03:40 PM. Reason: Found Solution

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    Why do you need to do that? are you jailbroken?

    If not just update to the latest iOS.

    We hav a iPhone 6, 7+ and X all running on Koodo VoLTE and VoWiFi since they enabled it and all thought issue. All are up to date on iOS
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    No, it's because I don't have an iPhone. Trying to extract the IMS config from the IPCC file to learn how to apply the settings to an Android phone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AndrewSFM View Post
    No, it's because I don't have an iPhone. Trying to extract the IMS config from the IPCC file to learn how to apply the settings to an Android phone.
    I see....it that even possible? because I unless the network enables support, you can't just go flick it on and access it....at least to the best of my knowledge.

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    It seems like it needs to be provisioned on the account, and apparently that automatically happens through popping a Koodo SIM into an iPhone that supports VoLTE, or if you provide the IMEI of an LG V30 to customer support. I have been tempted to buy one outright, only to return it later, but I'm hoping it doesn't come to that...

    I think I can find someone using an iPhone with working VoLTE on Koodo (such as yourself), to pop my SIM into their phone, and see if it adds the capability to my account upon first use. If not, I might have to call Koodo and say that I just bought a used iPhone and need VoLTE provisioned because the previous owner had it working fine on theirs.

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    It only works for the iPhone 6 or newer and the LG V30. It won't work for any other Android device unless you can somehow get the IMEI whitelisted.

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    If IMEI whitelisting is used, then how do iPhones get away without being listed? Also I've heard Pixel phones have worked on Telus VoLTE without being whitelisted.

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    AndrewSFM, any luck? I am interested in this as well. My OnePlus 3T supports VoLTE. But so far I have not been able to find anyone with an iPhone 6 or later who is on Koodo to try and drop my SIM in their phone and then see if my account gets provisioned.
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    I think I'm going to see if I can find anyone from these forums willing to meet up in the GTA with an iPhone and try it out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AndrewSFM View Post
    I think I'm going to see if I can find anyone from these forums willing to meet up in the GTA with an iPhone and try it out.
    Keep us posted, please.

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    I can provision my sim in my wife's iphone and give it a try in my S8 if you know what to change in the phone to enable volte.

    edit - looks like there is no way to manually edit the IMS on a non-rooted S8 running Oreo.
    Last edited by TheSteve; 05-14-2018 at 04:50 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AndrewSFM View Post
    If IMEI whitelisting is used, then how do iPhones get away without being listed? Also I've heard Pixel phones have worked on Telus VoLTE without being whitelisted.
    As far as I'm aware, only Apple, Google and Samsung have devices that will support VoLTE on Telus' network regardless of where you purchased it from. Currently, Telus only supports the Google Pixel 2 & Pixel2 XL, Samsung Galaxy S6 & newer, and the iPhone 6 & all newer models in such a way. It must be an agreement between Telus and those companies.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anaron View Post
    As far as I'm aware, only Apple, Google and Samsung have devices that will support VoLTE on Telus' network regardless of where you purchased it from. Currently, Telus only supports the Google Pixel 2 & Pixel2 XL, Samsung Galaxy S6 & newer, and the iPhone 6 & all newer models in such a way. It must be an agreement between Telus and those companies.
    *cough*LG*cough*
    Telus launched VoLTE first on the G6 only, and Koodo launched it first on the V30 only, IIRC.

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    Quote Originally Posted by turbogeek View Post
    *cough*LG*cough*
    Telus launched VoLTE first on the G6 only, and Koodo launched it first on the V30 only, IIRC.
    That's true but I was only talking about VoLTE-capable devices that aren't purchased from Telus. I'm not sure if the LG G6/V30 are included.

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