02-22-2019 09:56 PM
07-18-2019 12:55 AM
Why other phones support Airtel volte and motorola doesnt even after updating to Oreo 8.1.
Airtel says your phone is not volte enabled. but when i tell them jio works fine.
They say Talk to the manufacturer and they also said Airtel volte is free for all.
What is the issue?
Can a moderator help us out?
07-18-2019 02:36 AM
Thank you for sharing the details with us, we have taken your feedback and shared with our concern team. We will get back to you on this once we receive further update.
07-19-2019 07:11 PM
when are we going to get a reply from the concerned team?
Are they working or not?
because this forum topic started 27th Oct-2017 01:29 PM.
On a serious note.. u are not taking this forum topic seriously.
if that is soo.. admit it.
we will see what further we can do.
08-05-2019 01:45 AM
useless to post here guys..
this bull**bleep** company is here to argue only.
they are not going to give airtel volte support.
sending you the screenshot.have a look..Accept that Motorola don't want to push an update to moto G4 plus. For getting an Oreo update only.. we have to do much efforts. Infact Oreo was promised by Motorola at the time of launch. Your R&D department is useless.. they wait for us to push..
Don't tell Motorola G4 plus is not compatible.
Jio 4g works in Band 3(1800Mhz), Band 5(850Mhz ) and Band 40( 2300Mhz)
Airtel volte also works on same 3 bands. I did my research.
As per Motorola G4 plus chipset Qualcomm Snapdragon 617. It do support all bands. It mentioned in Qualcomm website.
Well Motorola promised a volte support and that applies for all network. While promising you didn't mention it will be only for Jio. Still you want to talk technically.. it's proved Motorola G4 plus can support Airtel volte. Qualcomm Snapdragon 617 is a octacore chipset and
The same brand, Motorola E4 with Mediatek MT6737 chipset quad core powered support Airtel volte running Android Nougat out of the box.
Both the chipset are made on 28nm process. And it's clear.. U have a worst R&D department.. a bull**bleep** and for your kind information
U missed a lot of features in Android Oreo. Dual volte support