Simple as 1 2 3+reboot :)
In these next phone screen shots, I will show you how I configured "google Nexus4". AndroidOS 4.3. Andorid OS ( linux ) , has been ipv6 aware ever since it creations iirc.
Okay 1st ;
Navigate to Settings; Wirelesss &Network Settings;
click the Mobile networks
And find the Access Point Names
On my phone I have the default "T-Mobile US", and a backup that I made. The APN must be configured for ALL data access, so don't change anything else in it , or make a backup and start with that or the original.
I'm confident in my re-configuration skills , but if you paranoid make a backup!
We are going modify your active profile by toggling the APN roaming protocol
After doing this, you will need to reboot the phone to engage the AP and for data establishment. See how simple it was :)
You can use the http://ip6.me website to review your ipv6 settings, and http://test-ipv6.com for testing.
( My IPv6 DNS failed btw )
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