I have tried the following:
1. Settings - Network - Wi-Fi - (in the upper left hand corner settings) - Advanced- unclick Smart Network Switch
2. Settings - System Update - Update PRL
This has seemed to fix my problem. Just a suggestion.
That did it for me Bud. Mine was already unselected so I selected, updated PRL, reboot then uselected, update PRL, Reboot and all is well. Will try on the other 2 in the morning.
UPDATE Re-enabled Smart Network Switch and everything is still working.
I have the feeling that whatever was broken on Sprint's end is now fixed. Probably a coincidence, but I ended up completely deactivating my phone, then reactivating it a while later. After then doing a SCRTN network reset, the wifi calling came up. It also showed that it was updating the app. All is well.
Glad it helped. I have been able to make a few calls and it seems that all is well. Let us know how the other three phones go.
Mine was already unchecked as well... Did the same as Polnara and now mine works! Thanks for figuring it out, Bud!
After talking to Sprint earlier today and trying many things I have given them a fix which they are disseminating to upper management to roll out to everyone.
Here it is for you to try (there is no risk to this either):
1. Go to Settings
2. Open the Application manager
3. Scroll all the way to the right to the ALL section, then scroll all the way down to the bottom and find "WFC Settings", tap it and clear the cashe, then go back and find "Wi-Fi Calling", tap it and clear the cashe for it as well.
4 turn on your Wifi Calling and it should start to work as it previously did.
I tried everything they told me including a factory data reset that did not help at all. This seems to be the fix. Let me know if this worked for you.
So far nothing seems to really be fixing the WiFi calling. I moved to a new location and new wifi and it worked for maybe 30 minutes, and now will not, gives the error International Location was detected for this access point.
I was able to get Wi-Fi calling to work using that fix Spunkster265, but it worked for 5 minutes. I did poke around on my phone and I noticed:
1. I have a dual band 802.11n router. When Wi-Fi calling did work, it was connected to the 2.4 GHz connection. When I turn off the 2.4 GHz connection in Wi-FI calling, trying to force it to the 5 GHz connection, Wi-Fi calling fails.
2. When I remove Smart Network Switching, update the PRL and reboot, I automatically connect to the 5 GHz connection it stays connected. And my phone doesnt feel hot.