AT&T Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge Get WiFi Calling Update


Owners of the Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge should be on the watch for a new update from AT&T. Inside this update, labeled as UCU2APG1, the devices are receiving WiFi Calling support. Also listed is IPME (AT&T’s Advanced Messaging) and Setup and Transfer changes. 

The update should weigh in at almost 600MB total.

The changelog is the same for both devices, naturally. Have a look at it below.

Keep your eyes peeled for it.

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