Unity 5 Geometry Shader Broken on Android

I am working on a geometry shader that draws quads based on a supplied set of points. This is working on Windows, but as soon as I change my build target to Android it stops working (Both in Editor and on device).

Everything I am reading is telling me that if my android device supports OpenGL ES3.1 + Android Expansion Pack that it should work.

Any ideas on what I am doing wrong?

Here is my Shader:

Shader "PORT/PointCloudGeometry"
		_Sprite ("Sprite", 2D) = "white" {}
		_Color("Color", Color) = (1,1,1,1)
        _Size("Size", Vector) = (1,1,0,0)
		Tags { "Queue" = "Overlay+100" "RenderType"="Transparent" }

		LOD 100
		Blend SrcAlpha OneMinusSrcAlpha

		Cull off
		Zwrite off


			#pragma target 50
			#pragma vertex vert
			#pragma geometry geom
			#pragma fragment frag

			#pragma multi_compile_fog
			#include "UnityCG.cginc" 
			//User defined variables
			uniform sampler2D _Sprite;
			uniform float4 _Color; 
			uniform float2 _Size;
			uniform float3 _worldPos;

			int _StaticCylinderSpherical = 0; 

			struct data{
				float3 pos;

			StructuredBuffer<data> buf_Points;

			//Base input structs
			struct vertexOutput{
				float4 pos: SV_POSITION;
				float2 uv : TEXCOORD0;
			//Vertex function
			vertexOutput vert(uint id: SV_VertexID){
				vertexOutput o;
				o.pos = float4(buf_Points[id].pos + _worldPos, 1.0f);
				return o;

			//Geometry function
			void geom(point vertexOutput p[1], inout TriangleStream<vertexOutput> triStream){
				float2 halfS = _Size;
				float4 v[4];

				//if(_StaticCylinderSpherical == 0){
					v[0] = p[0].pos.xyzw + float4(-halfS.x, -halfS.y,0,0);
					v[1] = p[0].pos.xyzw + float4(-halfS.x, halfS.y,0,0);
					v[2] = p[0].pos.xyzw + float4(halfS.x, -halfS.y,0,0);
					v[3] = p[0].pos.xyzw + float4(halfS.x, halfS.y,0,0); 

				vertexOutput pIn;

				pIn.pos = mul(UNITY_MATRIX_VP, v[0]);
				pIn.uv = float2(0.0f,0.0f);
				UNITY_TRANSFER_FOG(pIn, pIn.pos);

				pIn.pos = mul(UNITY_MATRIX_VP, v[1]);
				pIn.uv = float2(0.0f,1.0f);
				UNITY_TRANSFER_FOG(pIn, pIn.pos);

				pIn.pos = mul(UNITY_MATRIX_VP, v[2]);
				pIn.uv = float2(1.0f,0.0f);
				UNITY_TRANSFER_FOG(pIn, pIn.pos);

				pIn.pos = mul(UNITY_MATRIX_VP, v[3]);
				pIn.uv = float2(1.0f,1.0f);
				UNITY_TRANSFER_FOG(pIn, pIn.pos);

			//fragment function
			float4 frag(vertexOutput i) : COLOR { 
				fixed4 col = tex2D(_Sprite, i.uv) * _Color;

				UNITY_APPLY_FOG(i.fogCoord, col); // Apply Fog
				return col;

Here is where I am setting the Shaders values:

using UnityEngine;
using System.Collections;

public class PORT_PointCloud_Geometry : PORT_PointCloud {
	public Shader geomShader;
	Material mat;

	public Texture2D sprite;
	public Vector2 size = Vector2.one;
	public Color color = new Color(.75f,.5f,0,1);

	private ComputeBuffer outputBuffer;

	private PointData[] points;

	struct PointData{
		public Vector3 pos;

	void Start(){
		mat = new Material (geomShader);

		points = new PointData[] {new PointData (){ pos = Vector3.zero }};

		outputBuffer = new ComputeBuffer (points.Length, 12);
		outputBuffer.SetData (points);


	void OnRenderObject(){
		mat.SetPass (0);
		mat.SetColor ("_Color", color);
		mat.SetBuffer ("buf_points", outputBuffer);
		mat.SetTexture ("_Sprite", sprite);
		mat.SetVector ("_Size", size);
		mat.SetVector ("_worldPos", transform.position);

		Graphics.DrawProcedural (MeshTopology.Points, outputBuffer.count);

	void OnDestroy(){
		outputBuffer.Release ();

After contacting and getting help from Unity Support I have found the solution. To get it working in editor I had to select “Edit > Graphics Emulation > None”. And for it to work on an Android device I had to use a phone with Android 6.0+ with Android Extension Pack on it. In essence only really new phones, and apparently not all hardware supports it so its kind of hit or miss at this point.