OM2008.8, sound not working after resume from suspend

Sarton O'Brien roguemoko at
Wed Sep 3 02:50:08 CEST 2008

On Tuesday 02 September 2008 17:03:30 Nishit Dave wrote:
> What I am after is a way to lock the screen with the aux button first, and
> allow it to blank automatically after 5,10,30 or 60 seconds.  It should not
> light up without pressing the aux button again - in this way, you can keep
> it in your pocket without resorting to suspend and losing sound after
> resume.

OK. Except for the requirement of not lighting up until unlocked, that is 
exactly how mine operates.

I store mine in an old leather ipaq cover that sits flush and doesn't knock 
the screen when moving so I don't have the issue of it lighting from random 
taps. I can go a whole day without a charge (woohoo).

Without knocking something up yourself, I doubt anything will facilitate what 
you are after as suspend is suppose to cover this scenario and I'd say that's 
where the focus currently is, unless someone core decides a permanently 
blanked screen while locked is useful.

> I don't know if there is a way to do this after recent updates, so I'll
> un-mothball the moko and try, and post my experience again.

You'll have to manually hook something into the aux button to keep the screen 
blanked even when tapped as the feature will likely only have merit on an 
individual basis .... once suspend works.


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