AT&T brings Wi-Fi calling to the LG V10 with new update rollout
AT&T are very fly with their update policy in these last couple of days and another smartphone that would enjoy this happy bumper package of updates is the LG V10 which is expecting a sibling next month. The update has brought a major feature with it – Wi-Fi calling – and if you happen to be staying in a region or get caught up in a place where the AT&T network is not that strong, you could just link up to any of their Wi-Fi services available and make your call as smoothly as possible.
To make this update, be sure that you are connected to a very strong Wi-Fi network and also, that your battery is either fully charged or your phone plugged in.
The software version that your device would be pushed to after taking the update is H90021v and it has a build number of MRA58K.
If you would be going for this, you should know that it costs about 368MB of data and as per being an OTA Update, you could just head over to your device’s settings and manually request for it.
Recall that the LG V10 has enjoyed such stellar updates in the past, launched in October of last year with the Android Lollipop 5.1 on it and now running the Marshmallow 6.0.
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