Wi-Fi Calling System Setting

dhj49er

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I live in a poor mobile reception area and use wi-fi Calling to get calls and texts.
Enabling Wi-Fi Calling usually involves delving into the Device Settings. However, there is a system setting that allows for easier control of wi-fi Calling.
The attached screenshot shows the setting. This is for a Samsung S20 FE phone, though it's probably present on many other Samsung phones. Unfortunately it may not be present on all phones, but it's worth checking.
Many users will probably set this and leave it set, so may not see the need for a macro to control it.
However, it can be enabled when connected to wi-fi and disabled when wi-fi is not available.
For UK users, wi-fi Calling only works in the UK. I disable wi-fi Calling when the country code is not 234.
 

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FrameXX

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Is ADB hacking possible from one android phone to another phone with usb cable or wirelessly? Pls tell me if that's at all possible and if yes then which app should I use for ADB hack as I don't have a computer.
Try THIS app. It connects to most of the phones and works. Don't forget you still need to have USB debugging enabled.
 

tenduramax2

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"Host (master) is the Android device where you've installed Bugjaeger. Target (slave) is the device you want to control through the Bugjaeger app. Host and target are usually connected via USB cable or WiFi, but sometimes the same device can be host and target at the same time (see #11.)"

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You'll also need an OTG cable, NOT a regular charging cable. They are pinned different. Think "crossover" cable for mobile devices. You can pick them up from Amazon or if ur tech savy you can make one yourself with a few tools. Just Google it.
 
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ipandeyabhishek

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"Host (master) is the Android device where you've installed Bugjaeger. Target (slave) is the device you want to control through the Bugjaeger app. Host and target are usually connected via USB cable or WiFi, but sometimes the same device can be host and target at the same time (see #11.)"

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You'll also need an OTG cable, NOT a regular charging cable. They are pinned different. Think "crossover" cable for mobile devices. You can pick them up from Amazon or if ur tech savy you can make one yourself with a few tools. Just Google it.
Thanks once again. So if I want to do adb hack on my phone to increase macrodroid potential, then I have to install Remote ADB shell on another phone and through that I've to send command to my phone right?
 

tenduramax2

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Bugjaeger: ADB bridge

Spare phone: install Bugjaeger here; acts as PC (sending commands)

Your phone: target device (receiving commands)


Bugjaeger acts as ADB bridge and is installed on spare phone, you'll send commands from this phone to your device.
 

ipandeyabhishek

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Bugjaeger: ADB bridge

Spare phone: install Bugjaeger here; acts as PC (sending commands)

Your phone: target device (receiving commands)


Bugjaeger acts as ADB bridge and is installed on spare phone, you'll send commands from this phone to your device.
Is this the right command or do I need to put it in different format?
 

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