We promised you that we were baking something sweet into our Marshmallow 6.0.1 OS update to your Samsung Galaxy Note 5 and the day has come!
As of May 31st, Wi-Fi calling for Android will be available on the Samsung Note 5. Later this summer, we plan on launching Android Wi-Fi calling to the LG G4 as well.
Other Samsung and LG Wi-Fi capable devices will be added throughout the year. Stay tuned!
Edit* As of June 15th, Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge Plus will have Wi-fi Calling enabled.
Samsung Wi-Fi Calling: OnBoarding "How To"
On Samsung main page, press the icon: “Phone”
On the “Phone” page, press the “MORE” menu on the upper right of the screen
Press the “Settings” menu option to go to the “Call Settings” page.
On the “Call Settings” page, go to the bottom of the page and press the “Wi-Fi Calling” option.
On the “Wi-Fi Calling” page, click on the registration link to start the onboarding
Enter a valid wireless phone number in the field: “Wireless Phone Number”.
Press the button: “Get Verification Code”
You will receive the Phone Verification Code by SMS.
Enter the Verification Code received by SMS in the field: “Please enter the verification Code”.
Accept Terms & Conditions by pressing the button: “Agree”
Enter the 9-1-1 Emergency Address in the fields:
Country (Select Country)
Address (Street Number)
Press on the button “Continue”.
Wait for address validation: “Validating Wi-Fi Calling Address"
Confirm the 9-1-1 Emergency Address by pressing “Use this address”
“Provisioning in progress” Page will appear for few seconds.
On the final page close the onboarding portal and return to device.
Wait for the confirmation SMS upon provisioning completion.
Once SMS is received, go back to the “Wi-Fi Calling” page and turn the Wi-Fi calling toggle to “ON”.
Wi-Fi Calling icon will appear on the phone’s status bar, indicating that Wi-Fi Calling is connected and ready for use.
Looking to back up and store your files from your Samsung Device? Switching devices and looking to retain your old files? Well you are in luck.
Check out this helpful How To video to learn how.
First, make sure you have the latest version of Samsung Smart Switch.
Next, connect your device to your computer and click on the Backup tab.
When it is done transferring, you will have completely backed up your device on your computer.
To restore your device from a previous backup, click Restore. Once it is complete, you will have successfully restored your old backup on to your current Samsung device
Samsung Kies is free software (for Mac or PC) that makes it easy to move music, videos, contacts and more to and from your Samsung Galaxy Tab. Download Kies at samsung.com/kies.
Once installed, you can sync via the USB cable that came with your Galaxy Tab or sync over Wi-Fi.
Here’s how to set up Wi-Fi sync:
Connect your tablet to your home Wi-Fi network.
Install and open the Kies software on your computer.
In the Kies software on your computer, follow the start-up wizard to connect your computer to your Tab over Wi-Fi.
Drag and drop your music and other media files to sync them to your Tab.