Thanks to this tutorial you will be able to get rid of this simple setting, but which can sometimes cause problems in call quality if it is not supported.
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In recent weeks, quite a few users have reached out to us seeking help to deactivate the IMS (IP Multimedia Subsystem) service on Samsung devices. This is essentially a set of telecommunication standards that allows operators to offer multimedia communication services over IP networks.
It is commonly used, especially for VoIP, video conferencing, or multimedia messaging over IP networks. The issue is that it can be resource-intensive and doesn’t add any value if you don’t use it.
Deactivating the IMS Service on a Samsung Mobile
So, here we are to provide a brief tutorial to help you deactivate it without much complication. Keep in mind that the steps may vary depending on the device, but in general, this route should be applicable.
- Go to the “Settings” app on your Samsung device.
- Select “Connections” or “Network and Connection”.
- Look for and select “IMS,” “IMS Services,” or “Wi-Fi Calling”.
- Turn off the switch to disable the service.
How to Configure IMS Service or Wi-Fi Calling on a Device?
The configuration of IMS on a device may vary depending on the manufacturer and model. Generally, you can access the IMS settings through the “Settings” app by following the steps detailed but in reverse.
However, before enabling the service, you should check with your carrier to see if they support Wi-Fi calling, as not all carriers provide this feature.
Note: This content has been translated with an artificial intelligence tool, so the translation may be slightly inaccurate. The original version written by our editor is the the Spanish version