Progress on GTA01 power management issues !
duffyd at kokorice.org
Wed Apr 23 22:10:42 CEST 2008
All I can say is since loading the 17th April image on my Neo it has in
terms of battery life become *very* usable. I'm soooo glad now that I
can set the 'power management' to 'dim then lock' and now I can happily
use it for a whole day (or more as haven't tested its thresholds yet)!
On Wed, 2008-04-23 at 15:28 +0200, Fredrik Markström wrote:
> Hello Richter !
> I have not made any complains regarding the software, what I am
> complaining about is the fact that
> no representative from openmoko has commented on the bug that makes
> the GTA01 not wakeup from
> suspend on incoming calls and/or SMS:es. (reliably anyway)
> As far as I understand people in the community has been investigating
> this and indicated that
> it is likely to be a bug related to the modem hardware or firmware. Me
> and others has asked this question
> a number of times on this list, but so far no official comments.
> I didn't expect the GTA01 (or any product as complex as this) to be
> bug free, but I did expect openmoko to
> be open and supportive. If this is how they will handle current and
> future problems (with silence), I'd advice
> against buying their stuff.
> On Mon, Apr 21, 2008 at 4:48 PM, Flemming Richter Mikkelsen
> <quatrox at gmail.com> wrote:
> > On 4/21/08, Fredrik Markström <fredrik.markstrom at avalon-technology.se> wrote:
> > > Still no official comments on this issue ?
> > >
> > > Until this is resolved I advice newcomers to be careful before
> > > spending $399 on another piece of potentially
> > > useless hardware (GTA02). From my point of view openmoko might be as
> > > silent and unresponsive, using "busy
> > > with nextgen hardware" as an excuse with any future hardware revision.
> > I think you have misunderstood the consept. Now Openmoko works
> > hard to bring out the GTA02 STK to software developers. The software
> > developers are the community. We will implement power management
> > and Openmoko is nice enough to help us by (they hired people just to
> > help us).
> > >
> > > The iPhone is not open but at least useful, and also $399 !
> > Then go and buy an iPhone if you rather have that. If you do not want
> > a developer edition, but a consumer ready phone, you should not
> > buy the Freerunner yet.
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