iOS callers keep hearing the ringing sound after I answer

Narien

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I have an iphone 6, my mother has an iphone 4s. When she calls me and I am at home (my phone is connected to my home network), she keeps hearing the ringing sound as if I didn't answer, we can still talk however.



I do have a macbook air 2011 as well. Previously I activated continuity with the continuity activation tool, but have since disabled it.



Has anyone heard of this issue? Or have any idea of how to stop it?
 

C DM

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Are you using WiFi calling, or VoLTE or anything like that (in case that might be playing some role)?
 

Will22

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I have something similar and I only noticed it for the first time today. We had a problem with our land line and had an engineer out to fix the problem and when testing the phone he rang my number(iPhone 6) and when he rang my phone he just hung up without me answering but my iPhone kept ringing for 30 seconds or so after. I tested this with other people ringing me and it was the same. If I answer I can hear myself talking, like an echoe.
 

Narien

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Are you using WiFi calling, or VoLTE or anything like that (in case that might be playing some role)?
I don't think so, but is there any way I can check it?

I have something similar and I only noticed it for the first time today. We had a problem with our land line and had an engineer out to fix the problem and when testing the phone he rang my number(iPhone 6) and when he rang my phone he just hung up without me answering but my iPhone kept ringing for 30 seconds or so after. I tested this with other people ringing me and it was the same. If I answer I can hear myself talking, like an echoe.
Not quite the same issue, I don't really notice this issue myself (today I faintly heard the ringing through the call). It is the caller that gets the issue.
 

C DM

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I don't think so, but is there any way I can check it?



Not quite the same issue, I don't really notice this issue myself (today I faintly heard the ringing through the call). It is the caller that gets the issue.
You would have those options enabled in your cellular/mobile settings on the phone, depending on whether or not your carrier might offer those options.
 

Narien

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You would have those options enabled in your cellular/mobile settings on the phone, depending on whether or not your carrier might offer those options.
It does not appear I have that option.
 

Narien

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I just realized one thing. Since I've been using the continuity activation tool, and everytime osx is updated kext files seems to be reverted, I might have overwritten the original kext files with "continuity unlocked files", if that is the case, and that is in fact the problem I either have to wait for the next osx update or reinstall :(
 
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