Realme C2 VoWiFi (WiFi calling) support on Jio & Airtel released with March OTA, swipe gestures from both sides added (Download link inside)
VoWiFi enables people to use the Internet as the transmission medium for telephone calls. This is as opposed to cellular networks that have been used to do this since invention of the cellphone.
In the past few months, we have seen more and more OEMs pushing out updates to enable this feature on their phones. Most of these devices are from Chinese OEMs like Xiaomi.
Realme has also rolled out updates to a good number of its devices to enable VoWiFi. Realme 3, 3i, Realme 2 and C1, Realme 2 Pro, Realme 5 Pro, Realme 3 Pro and XT, Realme 1, U1, 5, 5s and 5i and many others in Realme’s portfolio already support this.
Today, the company is adding one more device to the list of supported devices, the Realme C2.
The Realme C2 is getting an update that will bring the Android security patch level up to March 2020. This same update is packed with VoWiFi goodies for users in India, as outlined in the following changelog.
● Android security patch: March 2020
● Added swipe gestures from both sides
● Added Airtel and Jio VoWiFi features( IN only)
Indian owners of the Realme C2 can now take advantage of the VoWiFi feature that is available on both Jio and Airtel after this update.
As has been the case with every OTA rollout from Realme, this one will take a few days, or weeks, before it hits all eligible devices. If you don’t want to wait for the update, here is a download link to the firmware for you to download and manually install on your device.
- Device: Realme C2
- Channel: Global (India) Stable
- Version: RMX1941EX_11.A.24
- Type: Recovery
- Download: Link
- MD5: 0e7d7c92f308c8046165110406170b92
More and more devices continue to get updated to support VoWiFi, especially for the Indian market. This just goes to show how consumer-oriented the Android ecosystem is growing up to be.
NOTE: We have these and many more Realme stories in our dedicated realme section.
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