Every Arm v7 device with the Adreno 2xx is supported!
Re: QSD 8250, Adreno 200 hardware-related proprietary ...
In order to provide enthusiasts with recent improvements made to Snapdragon's Adreno graphics drivers, Qualcomm has made the updated Adreno 2xx graphics driver binaries available here. Note that you will most likely need to be a developer to take advantage of these new drivers since they'll require integration with the CAF release of ICS, but Qualcomm is providing these driver binaries "as is" to those of you who have requested them.
Hope that developers can put these in their roms so we have a nice working ICS machine!
Phones which are using the Adreno 200:
QSD8250 ARMv7 1 GHz Scorpion Adreno 200
Acer Stream/Liquid, Acer neoTouch S200, Dell Venue Pro (Lightning), Dell Streak, Fujitsu Toshiba Mobile REGZA Phone T-01C, HP Compaq AirLife 100, HTC Desire, HTC HD2, HTC 7 Mozart, HTC 7 Surround, HTC 7 Trophy, HTC HD7, HTC 7 Pro, Google Nexus One, Huawei SmaKit S7, Lenovo LePhone, LG eXpo, LG Optimus Q, LG Optimus Z, LG Quantum, LG Panther, Pantech IM-A600S, Pantech IM-A650S, Sharp LYNX SH-10B, Sharp LYNX 3D SH-03C, Samsung Focus, Samsung Omnia 7, Sony Ericsson Xperia X10, Toshiba dynapocket T-01B/KG01, Toshiba TG01/TG02/TG03.
QSD8650 ARMv7 1 GHz Scorpion Adreno 200
Fujitsu Toshiba Mobile REGZA Phone IS04(TSI04), Fujitsu Toshiba Mobile T006(TS006)/iida X-RAY(TSX06), HTC Arrive, HTC Droid Incredible, HTC Supersonic/EVO 4G, LG Apollo GW990, LG Fathom VS750, LG GW820 eXpo, LG GW825 IQ, LG Optimus 7, Sharp IS01(SHI01)/IS03(SHI03)/, Sony Ericsson S004(SO004)/S005(SO005)/S006(SO006)/iida G11(SOX02)/S007(SO007), Toshiba dynapocket IS02(TSI01)/K01, Toshiba T004(TS004), Pantech SIRIUS α IS06(PTI06), Kyocera Echo, 4Geek Horus, Fujitsu Toshiba Mobile T007(TS007), Fujitsu Toshiba Mobile T008(TS008), NEC Casio CA007, Kyocera K009(KY009), Fujitsu F001(FJ001), Sony Ericsson ARBANO AFFARE(SOY05)
Great find, Kevin. I have moved your thread to Android Software Development and left a long redirect so that more people can learn about this, as it impacts all devices with the Adreno 200 GPU, not just the HD2.
Edit: I have featured this thread on the XDA front page. Again, great find, Kevin!
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