orb3000 · Apr 28, 2010 at 08:56 am

HD2/Leo 3D Driver Patch v2.0 – Configurable

Our friend Chainfire just updated his great patch CAB to version 2.0.This patch fixes some of the issues related to OpenGL games and apps not working as it should.

Originally posted by Chainfire
I must be crazy for doing this, as all my hacks and patches have only lead HTC to rip me off on the one app I actually sell, but here it is, 3D driver patch for the Leo. Seems HTC royally screwed up in the 3D driver area again.

This patch focusses mainly on a modified OpenGL ES CM, but a CL wrapper is also included (adaptation of NuShrike’s CL wrapper) and so is the TG-01 D3D driver. The latter is faster than the D3D driver that comes with the Leo, but it’s still not very fast.

About
For many Leo users several OpenGL games and apps do not work properly, are very slow, or stutter. This patch aims to fix these issues somewhat. A number of people have helped me test various apps and games with various revisions of this patch, but I’m sure there’ll be some issues with it or in combination with app X and games Y and Z, etc etc.

Usage – READ ME
This patch is a two-parter. It used to be a single package but I decided to split them up. You should install them both on the HD2. On the TG-01 and S200 I would only install the HD2-3D (first) package.
Compatibility
This has only been tested by myself on the HD2/Leo. Some people report it also has positive effects on TG-01 (nico101) and S200/F1 (hdubli).

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