DROID Turbo 2 Update With WiFi Calling is on the Way

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DROID Turbo 2 owners, a new update is on the way to your phones through Verizon. The update will arrive as software version 24.31.22 and will include WiFi Calling, along with the latest Android security updates.

And yep, that’s it! To grab it, head into Settings>System updates. 

With WiFi Calling enabled (do so through Settings>Advanced Calling>Activate Advanced Calling), you will be able to place and receive calls while connected to a WiFi network. That means being able to talk on the phone even when you don’t have a great cell signal.

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