In this article, we will explore how to disable WiFi calling on Android devices and enable call recording for better communication experience.
Troubleshooting Wi-Fi Calling Issues Before Disabling
If you’re experiencing Wi-Fi calling issues, troubleshoot the problem before disabling the feature. First, ensure that your device is compatible with Wi-Fi calling. Check your phone’s settings and enable VoWiFi and VoLTE if they are available. Restart your phone and try again. If the problem persists, reset your Wi-Fi network and try connecting again. If none of these steps work, contact your carrier for assistance. Keep in mind that disabling Wi-Fi calling may affect your call quality and increase your data usage. However, if you still want to disable Wi-Fi calling, go to your phone’s settings, select “Wi-Fi Calling,” and turn the feature off. Remember to check your device’s compatibility before disabling Wi-Fi calling.
Alternative Options for Making Calls without Wi-Fi Calling
- Use a voice-over-IP (VoIP) service: Skype, WhatsApp, Google Voice
- Use a mobile network signal: 3G, 4G, 5G
- Use a landline phone: home phone, office phone
- Use a public phone booth: payphone, street phone
- Use a calling card: prepaid card, international card
- Use a walkie-talkie app: Zello, Voxer, HeyTell