AT&T rolls out update for Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 edge, bringing Wi-Fi calling support

AT&T has begun rolling out an update for the Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 edge, adding support for a handy new feature.

The carrier announced last month that it would be bringing support for Wi-Fi calling to "select Android devices", starting with the LG G4. A few weeks ago, the Galaxy S6 active was also added to that rather short list.

Now, it's the turn of Samsung's 2016 flagships. As Android Police reports, the new update weighs in at around 600MB, and bumps the build number on both devices up to AUCU2APG1.

In addition to Wi-Fi calling support, the update also adds support for IPME (AT&T's advanced messaging standard), along with 'AMBS Phase 3', which likely refers to AT&T's Messages Backup & Sync service. Unspecified changes to the Setup and Transfer process are also included.

Source: Android Police

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