kalle.happonen at iki.fi
Thu Jul 17 11:26:35 CEST 2008
I just installed script, and made a menu command for it to see what it
does to my battery. However, the phone wakes up inside a few minutes.
Someone earlier wrote:
That's currently the crux of the problem, and why I don't yet use suspend. It
resumes on cell registration messages, and each resume is another chance to
fail. It also has to resume to accept a call, and not being able to reliably
resume makes it an unreliable phone.
So is the cell registration the problem? Is it normal that it wakes up
from susped this often, which pretty much voids any benefits atm. I know
it's under development, just curious.
Adam Talbot wrote:
> I am currently using the 20080716 build, from:
> Try running the apm -s That will suspend to ram. I do this by hand
> every time I want the phone to suspend. The power button, or a call will
> wake it. Please keep in mind, suspend to ram is currently unstable.
> Just give it a 12~100 hour test, let me know. apm with out any arguments
> will give you the battery status. None of this is any good if I am the
> only one who can get these numbers ;-)
> On Wed, 2008-07-16 at 21:35 -0500, Steven ** wrote:
>> I too am using the 2007.2 image upgraded. But I have no problem with
>> dim+lock. I haven't had my FreeRunner for long enough to definitively
>> say how long the battery will last. But I had it at work today,
>> showing it off several times. The remaining time it mostly sat on my
>> desk with dim+lock (I picked it up and played with something every 30
>> minutes or so). "apm" showed 61% at the end of the work day. Perhaps
>> apm isn't accurate, but it would imply I could get quite a lot of
>> standby time if I truly left the Freerunner alone.
>> On Wed, Jul 16, 2008 at 6:24 PM, Christoph Anton Mitterer
>> <calestyo at scientia.net> wrote:
>>> How are you doing this?
>>> If I fully charge my GTA02 battery before I go to bed,.. it will be
>>> nearly empty when I wake up (I seep 7-8 hours),...
>>> Dim+nolock is choosen, as dim+lock seems to crash the device and I have
>>> to remove the battery to reboot (nothing else works). Does anybody else
>>> suffer from this?
>>> I'm using the 2007.2 image with everything upgraded...
>>> What are you using?
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