Looking for an Android  shortcut / program / widget from main screen  to quickly change the setting of  Settings/Connections/Wifi/WiFi Calling:  ON - OFF

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For my Android Phone I need to be able to quickly turn on or turn off wifi calling.
The Problem:
When a call comes in and the phone is set to my home office to WiFi calling. The quality and sound of the call is better.
However if you need to record the call for business purposes it is difficult to switch the WiFi calling off for the recording app to work.
The apps I have require WiFi to be off in order to record both sides of the call.
Two way calling is not possible as I only hear my side of the call & not my clients.

Is it possible or am I dreaming as I know nothing of apps but learning Python lately. Can a single button (like an app on my phone screen)  be made that performs like a macro.
Which will allow me to touch one button instead of 4 switching screens each time to turn on or off wifi calling?
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Martin NguyenHelpDesk Technician
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Would you be able to swipe down to bring the quick menu and turn off WiFi before making or receiving a call?
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I just got the S7 a week ago. I am not sure waiting for a call to see if I can. I forget about these things. I may have just started a worthless question. Man I feel stupid if that is all I have to do? Dah.
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Haha, sometimes it the simplest things that we overlook.

I tested it on my Pixel, and I was able to swipe down while I had an incoming call and see the quick menu. Get a coworker or use your business line to try calling yourself to see if your S7 will let you do the same.

Cheers!
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I have been on PCs for 30 years. Smart phones are too smart for me and I cannot see that good either. Thanks for the help. Even young people get old ... if they are lucky and smart.
Martin NguyenHelpDesk Technician
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Glad it worked out for you RUA. They say they make smartphone UX intuitive, but its only intuitive for some.

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