Originally Posted by heliosdev
Just did a quick search in the HTC Advantage forum
(use 'search this forum' with the keyword opengl and you'll get three hits). You should try to find another device which has the 'same' chipset (HTC Diamond?) and try to use its drivers. (I'll take no responsibility for any damages or hard resets
P.S.:You've posted the same question in the Test OpenGLES2 thread. I'm answering here as you'll get OpenGLES1.x support if any! And do not cross post, especially when the threads are from the same user as now you can delete the other post and point to this thread/answer...
oops sorry about that, I got a little bit carried away/ desperate & posted in the two threads, not sure which one was still active. As you suggest I will have to delete the other and continue here.
"@optical10 The software renderer is your last resort. The Vincent3d is the only one I know and it's OpenGL ES 1.x. You can copy it to /windows (don't overwrite existing file). Don't expect too high performance."
Quoting from your answer in the other post I just wanted to clarify which file/Folder I should place in the root of Windows, just the "libgles_cm.dll " file or the whole folder "ogles-bin-1.0.0" including its numerous subfolders? Any help appreciated.
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