OnePlus 6T and Freedom mobile are not working together

  1. astracd
    Gingerbread Dec 22, 2018

    astracd , Dec 22, 2018 :
    OnePlus is great device, but I have feeling I bought McLaren to drive it off road, instead on race track where it should be.

    It is big shame that with all top notch technology in it. It doesn't work with most of Canadian Carriers.
    Some other cheap *** phones, work no problem.

  2. meatandy
    Oreo Dec 22, 2018

    meatandy , Dec 22, 2018 :
    Willmyphonework claims the 5T works just fine , no reason the 6T shouldn't.

  3. drmartin
    Lollipop Moderator Dec 22, 2018

    drmartin , Dec 22, 2018 :
    Lots of people are using it on Freedom Mobile without any issues, can you explain what you're having problems with? :)

  4. astracd
    Gingerbread Dec 22, 2018

    astracd , Dec 22, 2018 :
    no volte, no wifi calling...
    I'm getting exclamation mark next to 4G every few hours, need to restart the phone...

  5. elanglois
    Lollipop Dec 22, 2018

  6. astracd
    Gingerbread Dec 22, 2018

    astracd , Dec 22, 2018 :
    It is not APN. I already checked. And if it was APN it would not work at all.

  7. drmartin
    Lollipop Moderator Dec 22, 2018

    drmartin , Dec 22, 2018 :
    There is no VoLTE or VoWifi with OnePlus phones in Canada (as of today), because there are no partner contracts with any Canadian carrier.

    Can see you've struggled with this here:

    My carrier, luckily, does have both, and I have to say that VoLTE is kind of overrated, whereas VoWiFi is a godsend.

    This also seems to be confirmed here:

    Android450 likes this.
  8. astracd
    Gingerbread Dec 23, 2018

    astracd , Dec 23, 2018 :
    If OnePlus wants they could make it work...
    I'm waiting screen for OP3 that I bought as genie pig, to play around and make it work... As OP doesn't give a s**t.

  9. astracd
    Gingerbread Dec 24, 2018

    astracd , Dec 24, 2018 :
    So I managed to fix the issue with 4G/LTE

    Now it is 4G+/LTE+, working much better and faster.

  10. astracd
    Gingerbread Dec 24, 2018

  11. astracd
    Gingerbread Jan 6, 2019

    astracd , Jan 6, 2019 :
    Wondering if 2019 will be happy for Freedom mobile users with OnePlus devices

    Happy New Year everyone! :)

  12. Stickyjonz
    Cupcake Jan 8, 2019

    Stickyjonz , Jan 8, 2019 :
    how did you manage it? I would love to have LTE+ on my 6t

  13. astracd
    Gingerbread Jan 8, 2019

    astracd , Jan 8, 2019 :

    1)To be safe, make a backup via TRWP of your EFS partition BEFORE you flash anything! If you're not rooted, do a nandroid backup via fastboot

    2) Download and install:
    https://jamal2367.com/VoLTE-VoWiFi/Q....3 Setup.zip
    Just use the standard settings and click on OK, next, ...

    I'm not sure if these two links are working still, you need to go to xda and find working ones.

    3) Connect your phone to your laptop via USB

    4) open dialer app and enter *#801#
    Set Serial and Full-port switch to ON

    5) Open "PDC" in your QPST start menu folder, best to do by right click & "run as administrator"
    Select your device, right click on "Oversea-Commercial_DS" and deactivate Sub0 and Sub1
    Click on Oversea-Commercial_DS again and click on remove

    6) Close the app and reopen it

    Select Volte_OEM_Lab, right click and SetSelectedConfig for both Sub0 and Sub1

    Click on the profile from step 7 again and click on Activate

    9) Restart your phone

  14. astracd
    Gingerbread Oct 13, 2019

    astracd , Oct 13, 2019 :

    So how to explain that phone that is $100 noname (never sold with any carrier operators) works out of the box?

    @ma678 Umidigi A3 works out of the box.

  15. astracd
    Gingerbread Feb 21, 2020

    astracd , Feb 21, 2020 :
    @gmd123 answer you got in other topic that is locked is incorrect. Other no name devices work without expensive certification no problem.

  16. drmartin
    Lollipop Moderator Feb 24, 2020

    drmartin , Feb 24, 2020 :
    It requires that both the manufacturer and network support VoLTE and VoWiFi. Ask Freedom Mobile to contact OnePlus and work it out. :)