CyanogenMod 13 (According To Android 6.) Includes Support For T-Mobile’s Wi-Fi Calling
T-Mobile users using the latest devices (and often using the latest software updates) understand the inclusion of Wi-Fi with individuals places that the network does not achieve or can’t penetrate inside. Obviously, the truth that Wi-Fi calling can be obtained is a great need to refrain from flashing custom ROMs, even on multi-carrier devices such as the latest batch of Nexus phones. Apparently that will not be considered a problem a lot longer, a minimum of if you are keen on the CyanogenMod ROM.
Cyanogen Corporation. worker (and former leader from the AOKP ROM team) Roman Birg published the screenshot above to Google , clearly showing T-Mobile Wi-Fi contacting an AOSP-style software build. Birg confirms within the comments this is CyanogenMod 13, according to Android 6.. We arrived at to our contacts at Cyanogen, and we have learned the CyanogenMod implementation uses a combination of the Wi-Fi calling code that’s already incorporated in AOSP and a few special sauce added through the Cyanogen team of developers.
With increasingly more manufacturers and finish-users embracing off-contract phones in america, and T-Mobile ongoing to grow its subscriber base, Wi-Fi calling will start to be considered a crucial feature for stock devices and ROMs. As always there is no hard date for CyanogenMod 13, but expect alpha and beta builds to begin appearing within the next couple of several weeks.