After giving the LG G4 Wi-Fi Calling capabilities back in June, AT&T today announced that another one of its Android phones is gaining support for Wi-Fi Calling.
AT&T is now pushing an update to its LG V10 that includes Wi-Fi Calling support. In fact, that’s the only new feature included in AT&T’s changelog. It’s a pretty big feature, though, because it enables LG V10 owners to send and receive both calls and texts over a Wi-Fi connection, which is useful if you’re in a place where you cellular signal isn’t very good.
This update bumps the AT&T LG 10 to software version H90021v and is 368MB in size. To check for the update manually, grab your LG V10 and connect it to Wi-Fi. Then go into Settings > General tab > About Phone > Update Center > Software Update > Update Now.
AT&T Wi-Fi Calling originally launched in October 2015, but at the time, it was only available on iPhone devices. AT&T has been pushing Wi-Fi Calling to Android devices in recent months, though, and we should continue to see AT&T phones updated to support Wi-Fi Calling in the future.