hans at guardianproject.info
Fri Jan 17 14:20:24 EST 2014
That will only work if your network provider supports IPv6, either natively or
via some kind of tunnel. You can use IPv6 on your local network easy enough,
but its still barely available on the internet.
On 01/17/2014 12:56 PM, ShootAKite at riseup.net wrote:
> Hey Lee! You just need to enable IPv6. To enable IPv6 root your Android
> device, install Cyanogenmod 10.2, and go to Settings > Wireless &
> Networks > Mobile Networks > Access Point Names > select the IPV6 APN.
> If you don't see an IPv6 APN then you can either hack your PRL to
> connect to another carrier which has IPv6 or switch carriers.
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