Tegra 2 / GTablet does not expose reqGlEsVersion correctly...

by Steve Dorado » Tue, 07 Dec 2010 03:40:39 GMT


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 Trying to test OGLES 2.0 on Viewsonic GTablet (Tegra 2 Based) very odd
results...  First off ConfigurationInfo info =
am.getDeviceConfigurationInfo(); returns 0 for reqGlEsVersion..... Any
ideas?  Has anyone hotten OGLES2.0 working??

You can even see this in adb:
$ pm list features
pm list features
feature:reqGlEsVersion=0x0
feature:android.hardware.camera
feature:android.hardware.touchscreen.multitouch

As compared to Nextus One....
$ pm list features
pm list features
feature:reqGlEsVersion=0x20000
feature:android.hardware.bluetooth
feature:android.hardware.camera
feature:android.hardware.camera.autofocus
feature:android.hardware.camera.flash
feature:android.hardware.location
feature:android.hardware.location.gps
feature:android.hardware.location.network
feature:android.hardware.microphone
feature:android.hardware.sensor.accelerometer
feature:android.hardware.sensor.compass
feature:android.hardware.sensor.light
feature:android.hardware.sensor.proximity
feature:android.hardware.telephony
feature:android.hardware.telephony.gsm
feature:android.hardware.touchscreen
feature:android.hardware.touchscreen.multitouch
feature:android.hardware.wifi
feature:android.software.live_wallpaper
feature:com.google.android.feature.GOOGLE_BUILD
feature:com.google.android.feature.GOOGLE_PLUGIN

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