I was trying to download an app from the app store on my iPod Touch 2G. It says that I need "OpenGL ES 2.0" or whatever in order to download. I researched, on Google, and found some steps to get OpenGL ES 2.0 on my iPod Touch 2G (with the Cydia app "iFile"): 1. Go to System/Library/Coreservices/Springboard.app 2. For the iPhone 3G go to N82AP.plist and for the iPod 2G go to N72AP.plist 3.No go search for <key>opengles-1</key> <true/> under that put this <key>opengles-2</key> <true/> 4.Now search for <key>armv6</key> true/> and under that put this <key>armv7</key> true/> 5.Now go to System/Library/Frameworks/OpenGLES.framework/info.plist Open it as a property list viewer You will see numbers there 1ST number : If you see OpenGLES with a number, change the number to 2.0 2ND number : you will see 6.0, you will change it to 7.0 3RD number : the same as number one 4TH number : the same as number one RESPRING! I followed the steps and I still get the message that I need "OpenGL ES 2.0" to install the app store app. Are these accurate steps? If so, did I do something wrong? Is there another way to get OpenGL ES 2.0 so the app that I want can download?