The Samsung Galaxy S II is one of the most popular devices in the world, and it’s no different for the likes of the State-side carrier T-Mobile. However, one of the missing features for the handset at launch was WiFi calling. It seems that people were willing to wait to get it, though, and T-Mobile is happy to start updating those devices with the feature beginning today.
As we can see in the document above, T-Mobile USA is set to release a software upgrade for the Samsung Galaxy S II that includes WiFi calling and so much more. You’ll expect changes that include fixes for dropped calls while in a conference call, a fix for caller’s names not appearing on the display, and a fix for the battery indicator showing a full charge when it isn’t.
The update will be available in the Kies Mini software, as well as pushed out in an over the air (OTA) update. Once you upgrade your device, let us know what you think.