GLTools (gfx optimizer)
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GLTools is a custom OpenGLES driver (proxy), that is compatible with any known OpenGLES 2.0-compatible GPU + ARM or x86 processor. If you still don’t understand, what this app is, the closest known analog is Chainfire3D.
- Change resolution and rendering bitness in any app, even if it doesn’t support that by default.
- Change GPU name and enjoy enhanced graphics even on a noname low-end GPU.
- Take full control over textures: now you can decompress/recompress them (even if your GPU doesn’t support that texture format) and resize. Note that decompression feature is available only if you’ll install a plugin (internet is required to do that)
- Optimize shaders on-the-fly for optimal performance (the same optimizer is used in Unity3D engine by default)
- Enable MSAA or CSAA in any app to improve graphics quality (make sure that your GPU supports that)
- Measure gained performance with a nice onscreen FPS counter (or you can output FPS information to Logcat if you are a pro)
Warning : All Operation Are Performed At Your Own Risk ….. Requires Root Rights … But Developer say its 100% safe …
- Nexus 6 @ Android 6.0.1
- Stock Nvidia Shield firmwares
- Some games fail to work on devices with Mail GPU even with GLTools enabled. Adreno is supported much better.
Not working by design on:
- Non-rooted devices.
- Emulators of any kind.
- Added new RAM spoofing method.
- Added framebuffer MSAA.
- Fixed FPS counter in some games.
- Fixed resolution changer in some games (some games are still too complex for it though).
- Fixed 16-bit rendering on some versions of Android.
- Refactored resolution changer: some expert options are now removed, “resolution change method” option added instead.
- Recovery installer now supports system-as-root mode.
- Added more safety checks before install.
How to Install?
- Download Apk (link below).
- On your Android device, go to settings > security > allow unknown sources.
- Find downloaded APK on your phone and install it.
- All Done. Enjoy!