Even the 1 2 year old phone have vowifi. How come this doesn't have hardware support ?
You could explicitly ask the indian office about it.
Even I dont understand this response got from Asus technical support. I have enabled wifi calling with code given in this forum and using for Jio but need to enable after restart. When I enquired for permanent solution with Asus and for Airtel, the response i got is they dont have any idea of rolling out in future, as it dont support. If you still have doubt, you can just raise a complaint and see the response.
I can tell you that this has nothing to do with hardware. Strictly software and agreements between ASUS and the carriers. The technician you spoke to probably just wanted you to stop asking about something that doesn't currently have any solution. It was wrong of this technician to make a false statement. The truth is that we currently don't know if there will be support. Time will tell
Why do we have to always compromise ? I never expected such after sale services from a beast phone like Rog 2.
Yes understood that because wifi calling works for me with temporary code on Jio. But when can we expect permanent solution and wifi calling with all service providers. When Asus can create hype/false marketing for mobile, why cant they do something to improve customer service and support. No updates on latest features and A10. No wonder they cant grow in market.
I done a mistake of moving to Asus from Oneplus. Might be most of them regret the same. Beast etc.. all are just hype created. ROG 2 is little better for gaming and battery but nothing else. It lack most of the thing that basic android mobile has. No support and no updates. Even I was thinking of selling for low price and move to better mobile that has current technology.
I shifted from samsung to Asus , was going for one plus but looking at the specs ,I was more into this than any other smartphone every used but u didn't knew that this is their services and support , I had S10plus (earlier s9plus) even s9plus had the wifi calling option 1 year before this wifi calling was introduced . I think you are right it's just little better nothing else , I should have gone for one plus atleast i dnt have to compromise for camera as I did here for features and performance but was not worth , will go for one plus 8 for sure , also they keep on updating their phones regularly what if they can perform like Rog 2 but atleast their performance is getting enhanced day by day and maybe become better someday? Still no A10 even after 2 months , thankyou Asus for making me realise my mistake.
You will change your mind very soon ;)
Trust me I do want to because, this is the only smartphone which is the best out of every device I have ever used , Rog 2 is a real beast?. Only updates and some features like this will make the difference , thankyou Anders_Asus , I appreciate your efforts and thankyou for always helping us , it's just that we hate late updates and features .
It's understandable and we will look at how we can improve our communication about these things
Now finally A10 started to roll out, any idea for wifi calling service to be enabled in Asus mobiles?
Any update on wifi calling?
It does support it
You need to enter a code in the dialer
It shouldn't have had worked if "hardware" didn't support it
It's just up to Asus to implement it fully in UI
Then the question is why won't Asus enable it officially in ROG Phone 2 when it did in M2 Max Pro?
Good to know that our phone supports the feature.
Rest time would tell when we'll actually get to experience it.
It works only in Jio but not in airtel, even when we enable with code. Asus dont even bother to get into agreeement to enable wifi calling
Asus is worst to the core. I think with the quality and support they provide, they will shutdown the business soon. No Wifi calling with A10 update too. Regretting everyday to move from best Oneplus and buy world worst ROG2. #Boycottasus
Lmao "shut down business"
Rog 2 sold like hot cakes in India (there haven't even been no price drops yet)
Asus is a multi billion dollar tech conglomerate and they "are here to stay"
Stop reposting the same thing everywhere and sell your Rog if it bothers you that much