WiFi Calling not Working on iPhone: How to Fix the Issue

Wi-fi calling issue in your iPhone 6 can put you in trouble as sometimes cellular networks fail to perform. To fix Wi-fi calling problem, we have listed a few simple steps to follow.

Having a smartphone like iPhone and not being able to talk to somebody is a sorry state for any user. But at times, users have to undergo such dire circumstances because of poor network connection and all.

If you face any such situation, your Wi-fi calling option can come to your rescue. But what if the Wifi calling feature fails to work in your tough times? You need to fix this issue in your iPhone 6/iPhone 6s.

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WiFi Calling not Working on iPhone

Before we discuss how to fix Wi-fi calling issue in your iPhone, it is better to know why your iPhone 6 faces this issue. Normally, you should be worried about Wifi calling issue when you are not able to activate the feature; can’t place make while using Wi-fi calling; if you listen to a busy tone while making a call; and incoming calls display a different number than the actual caller.

How to Fix Wi-fi Calling Issue on your iPhone 6/6s

There are couple of solutions to get rid of this Wifi calling issues.

#1. First off, you need to check that your iPhone 6 is connected with a Wi-fi network. Sometimes, in hurry, we clean forget to connect our phone after we disable mobile data; therefore, quickly run a check. If you are using a public Wifi network, you need to go for some extra steps for signing in.

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#2. Next, make sure that Wi-fi calling feature is ON in your iPhone 6 running on iOS 8 or iOS 9. Due to an oversight, you may miss this action, so better go and check that Wifi calling feature is toggled ON.

#3. If the above two solutions don’t yield any result, you need to restart the Wi-fi router with which your iPhone 6 is connected. Simply, switch it OFF and then ON.

#4. Still facing the same Wifi calling issue? Go for resetting of network settings. For this tap on Settings app → General → Reset → Reset Network Settings.

#5. When everything fails to work, resort to Restart your iPhone 6. Press and hold sleep/wake button and Home button simultaneously until your iPhone 6 goes blank; keep pressing both buttons. Within a few moments, you can see an Apple logo on your iPhone’s screen. Now release the buttons and your iPhone will be restarted.

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#6. If nothing works, last way is to restore your iPhone from iTunes.

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If you have got any other suggestion, apart from what we have listed above, please share with us in comment, on Facebook, Twitter and Google Plus.

Dhvanesh Adhiyahttps://www.igeeksblog.com
Dhvanesh Adhiya is the founder and editor-in-chief who takes care of audio, visual, and textual contents uploaded on iGeeksBlog.com. He is passionate about wonderful apps that change the way your iPhone interacts in your life.
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