I got a new Xiaomi phone (a Poco F4) and flashed it with Xiaomi.eu. Unfortunately, just like my Poco F3, Voice-over-WiFi wouldn’t work. I had looked before, but I couldn’t find anything, I assumed it was a problem with the phone. This time, I looked again, and found some posts hinting at it being a problem with the provisioning profile, and recommending using Qualcomm’s QPST tool to load the MBN profile.
I tried that, but the profiles weren’t there, or they wouldn’t be enabled, and in general I just couldn’t get it to work. Then, I came across a post on the Xiaomi.eu forums that ended up working for me very easily, and I’m writing it up here in case I need it again.
First, you should disable carrier checks for VoLTE and VoWiFi, just in case. You can do that by going to the dialer and entering the following number:
*#*#86583#*#* (the numbers spell out “volte”, which is easier to remember). Make sure the popup says “carrier check disabled”, otherwise do it again until it does.
Then, do the same for
*#*#869434#*#* (spells out “vowifi”), until that check is disabled too. Now you’ll have the appropriate menus in the settings.
To actually load the profile, you need to enter the number
*#*#663368378#*#* (”modemtest”). Then, go to “MBN config loading and activing tool” shown here:
Then press “Advanced”:
mbn_eea.txt (if you’re in Europe), and then press “validate”.
Wait for it to finish, then you should be set. Restart the phone, enable Airplane mode, enable WiFi and make a call. If it works, you’re done.
Last updated on July 23, 2022. For any questions/feedback, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.