I was pleased to find that upon updating to the Android 14 preview, VK_EXT_dynamic_state + VK 1.3 were both supported. However when updating my application to take advantage of the new vertex binding call - 'bindVertexBuffers2EXT' - making use of both the dynamic stride and limit capabilities, I found that causes severe graphical corruption. Almost as if the GPU just skips some draws entirely and lets others through just fine. I can send an RDC capture or a demo app if necessary.
Pixel 6 Pro
My apologies here, I hope I didn't cause you to waste too much time as after looking further into it, it seems to have been a bit of a edge case on our side.
Our backend was not properly handling the dynamic state 1 disabled (to workaround the stride bug) but dynamic state 2 enabled case thus causing the wrong number of dynamic states to be passed in at pipeline creation time leading to the issue. I'll try to be a bit more cautious reporting driver bugs next time :)
No worries at all! We really appreciate the reports; please do not hesitate to keep reaching out. :) We know how painful it can be to try to debug some of these things at API level -- with little-to-no insights into what happens inside the driver -- and so happy to try to help out wherever we can.