If you apply the Android 4.0 ICS update to the Samsung Galaxy S II, you can now connect to the T-Mobile USA network using IPv6!
Here are some helpful links
You must reboot the phone after saving and setting the APN
Another link on how to do the upgrade to android 4.0 http://support.t-mobile.com/docs/DOC-3029
Why would a regular guy like myself want IPv6? what (in non smart phone extreme user language) would it do for me?
Honestly, no new features and ideally it has no user impact. The IPv6 initiative is trying to make the internet a bigger and more scalable place. I think this video captures the idea and the importance of IPv6 to the intenet, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-Uwjt32NvVA
I set up ipv6, rebooted and it is working well. The videos and a little research helped me to understand that the limited ip addresses available in ipv4 are basically all used up and that means that at some point new devices trying to connect to the Internet won't be able to do so because there won't be any ip addresses to assign them. My Internet provider, Comcast, is working on switching its customer to ipv6 but it wil take some time. Meanwhile, I am all set othe SG2.
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