These phones support IPv6 on the T-Mobile USA mobile network
Things that work well
More about how T-Mobile's IPv6 service works?
FYI. Samsung Galaxy S II now supports IPv6 with the Android 4.0 update. More info here http://support.t-mobile.com/message/147760
The ICS sgh-t989 upgrade, while it supports ipv6 on t-mobile's network, seems to *break* / *remove* ipv6 support on the wifi interface. That's a regression since gingerbread accepted ipv6 addresses on its wifi interface. Early adopters hoping for better IPv6 support need to be aware of this if they expect ipv6 support on wifi network.
(my phone is now 4.0.3 UVLE1)
When will there be a fix for this regression?!
FYI -- Galaxy S III also supports IPv6
@theipv6guy does the S3 support IPv6 over *wifi* though?
In other words, is T-Mobile screwing up IPv6 over wifi for *all* their ICS phones, or is the sgh-t989 ICS firmware the only one that's broken?
The phones that now support mobile 4G IPv6 are here
Note2 now supported too
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