You're running gogonet on your home computer, which provides IPv6 addresses to it. Are you running in the subnet mode, so that it provides IPv6 addresses to other devices? You have to register to use subnet or static address modes.
Also, I'm not aware of the gogoc client for Android. Are you saying you have IPv6 on your phone while away from home?
I also use gogonet on my home network. I have it running in subnet mode on my Linux based firewall/router so that every IPv6 capable device can use it. If you're running Windows, that gogo client also supports IPv4 tunnelling over IPv6, so that the tunnel acts as a VPN. If the devices don't support IPv6, you'd use that method.
I haven't lost my mind. It's around here...somewhere...