Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 4

Here is How To Fix Galaxy Z Flip 4 WiFi Calling Not Working

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Some Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 4 users have reported experiencing issues with the WiFi calling feature. 

In some cases, the WiFi calling option seems to be missing altogether from the device settings. In other instances, even when the WiFi calling feature is available and turned on, it still doesn’t function as expected.

This issue often arises if the carrier doesn’t support WiFi calling for the Galaxy Z Flip 4 or if there’s a software issue with the device’s current Android system. 

In this guide, we will address every possible cause of this issue and provide you with 5 solutions to fix it.

Fix 01: Check If WiFi Calling Option is Available

The first thing you should do is to check if the WiFi calling feature is actually available on your Samsung Z Flip. Here’s how you can do that:

  1. Open the Settings app on your Galaxy Z Flip 4.
  2. Scroll down and tap on Connections.
Connections
  1. In the Connections menu, tap on Voice Networks.
  2. Look for the WiFi Calling option.
wifi calling

If the WiFi calling option is not available, this means your carrier may not support it. In this case, proceed to Fix 02.

If the WiFi calling option is available but not enabled, you should enable it. To do this, simply tap on the WiFi Calling option and toggle it on. 

After enabling it, you may need to set up WiFi calling for your device by following the on-screen instructions. Once done, restart your device to apply the changes.

If the WiFi calling option is available and already turned on, but you’re still experiencing issues, proceed to Fix 03.

Fix 02: Check If Your Carrier Supports WiFi Calling on Z Flip 4 Model

One of the reasons you are experiencing issues with WiFi calling on your Samsung Z Flip 4 could be due to your network provider or carrier not supporting this feature for your specific device model. 

It’s important to understand that even if a carrier supports WiFi calling in general, it may not support it for all device models, including the Galaxy Z Flip 4.

To confirm this, contact your network provider directly and inquire if they support WiFi calling for the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 4. Make sure to specify the exact model of your device to avoid any confusion.

It’s worth noting that several users with AT&T as their carrier have reported that this provider doesn’t fully support WiFi calling for the Z Flip 4. If your carrier confirms that they don’t support this feature for your device, consider switching to a different network provider that does.

Once you’ve confirmed that your carrier supports WiFi calling for your device, and you’re still experiencing issues, proceed to the next fix.

Fix 03: Reset Network Settings

If your carrier does support WiFi calling for your Samsung Z Flip, but the feature is still not working, then you need to reset your network settings. This will refresh your network, potentially resolving any issues with WiFi calling.

Here’s how to reset your network settings:

  1. Open the Settings app on your Galaxy Z Flip 4.
  2. Scroll down and tap on General Management.
general management
  1. Now, tap on Reset.
reset
  1. Select Reset network settings.
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  1. Tap on Reset settings. You may need to enter your PIN, password, or pattern.
  2. Finally, tap on Reset to confirm the action.

Once you have reset your network settings, make sure to set up WiFi calling again.

Fix 04: Do a Software Update

If WiFi calling still isn’t working on your Galaxy Z Flip 4, it might be due to a software issue. Updating your device software will fix these types of problems

Here’s how you can update your Samsung Z Flip:

  1. Open your device’s settings. You can do this by swiping down from the top of your screen and tapping on the gear icon.
  2. Scroll down and tap on Software update.
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  1. Tap on Download and install.
Download and install
  1. Your device will now check for any available updates. If an update is available, tap on Install now.
  2. Your device will restart and the update will be installed.

Fix 05: Do a Factory Data Reset

If none of the above solutions work, you have to perform a factory data reset on your Z Flip 4. Please note that this process will erase all data on your device. Therefore, it is crucial to back up any important data before proceeding.

Here are the steps to perform a factory data reset:

  1. Go to the Settings menu.
  2. Scroll down and tap on General Management.
general management
  1. Tap Reset.
reset
  1. Select Factory data reset.
Factory Data Reset
  1. Tap Reset and then Delete all.
Factory Data Reset Delete all
  1. Wait for the process to complete.

Once the process is completed, your device will automatically restart. Then enable WiFi calling and see if the problem is fixed. Then you can proceed to restore the backup you have taken before.

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