Contact the CEO of qualcomm
Hi it looks like HW acc wil be hard to fix without the source/or help from qualcomm.
We've already started a thread on dev.qualcomm.com plz post there as well.
I doubt that will make any difference but everything should be tried.
I now propose that we all send a mail to the CEO of Qualcomm. I'm gonna copy the first post in the thread (it's very well written), which either can be copied as it is. Or you can write your own personal email (might be a good idea cause he'll probably mark the subject as spam after a bunch of requests)
of the ceo email@example.com
QSD 8250, Adreno 200 hardware-related proprietary libraries for hardware graphics acceleration
As a mobile devices enthusiast, I am here to ask Qualcomm to be a real community oriented company.
You are well aware of hardware accelerated UI in the Android 4.0 ICS, that relies heavily on GPU of device. Google, with its AOSP has decided not support Nexus One and related devices. As a user community, we have long stopped relying on HTC and Google to support the devices - this is now a community effort, that brings joy to millions, and is a true development pass time for many.
Since the ICS source outing, many community projects have been started to bring the new platform to older devices, but all of them (for devices based on this and similiar platforms) are missing the proprietary user space drivers, needed for the Hardware Acceleration to work.
I believe it would be a great move for a company like Qualcomm to support advanced users and entusiast in their efforts to port the ICS to Adreno 200 based devices.
I sincerely hope you will at least consider this request and decide to support the community - the same community that with their enthusiasm helped to make the smartphone market what it is today.
Take into account that we do not ask for much, it just a set of compiled binaries that you surelly have already, or are easy for you to make. We do not expect you to support the release, or do bugfixes. It would be even better if you could supply the source code - but lets not push it too far