ivanshirokoff at gmail.com
Wed Oct 7 11:39:32 CEST 2009
Thanks a lot. I'll give it a try =)
On Wed, Oct 7, 2009 at 1:36 PM, Thomas HOCEDEZ <thomas.hocedez at free.fr> wrote:
> David Garabana Barro a écrit :
>> On Wednesday 07 October 2009 10:57:02 Christ van Willegen wrote:
>>> On Wed, Oct 7, 2009 at 10:50 AM, Ivan Shirokov <ivanshirokoff at gmail.com>
>>>> I've been wondering if all the freerunners are affected by bug #1024?
>> No, not all FR are affected, AFAIK
>>> I've been wondering the same thing...
>>> It would seem that the extra current draw in suspend would affect all
>>> FRs, so having a #1024 fix-party would be a good idea in any case (?).
>> #1024 is not causing extra current drain, but the software solution to this
>> Not allowing Calypso entering deep sleep mode.
>> You can check if your FR is suffering from #1024 editting /etc/frameworkd.conf
>> and changing
>> ti_calypso_deep_sleep = never
>> ti_calypso_deep_sleep = always
>> then restarting framework:
>> /etc/init.d/frameworkd restart
>> After doing so, if your FR suffers from this bug, your modem will continuously
>> register/unregister from GSM network when suspended, and you will lose calls
>> On my case, it was nearly impossible to call FR when suspended + calypso deep
>> But not all FR suffer from this bug. You should try it after fixing it.
> Most of GTA02-A5/A6 have this bug.
> Once TI_CALYPSO_DEEP_SLEEP set to "always", you can check with a little
> script done by KaZEr (see bleow)
> Launch it on screen, and redirect output to a file.
> If you have something like
> [2009-09-09 12:36:09.189663] Signal : cid=3BB3, lac=0D48
> [2009-09-09 12:36:15.088936] Signal : cid=3BB3, lac=0D48
> [2009-09-09 12:38:10.442808] Signal : cid=3BB3, lac=0D48
> [2009-09-09 12:38:13.020126] Signal : cid=3BB3, lac=0D48
> [2009-09-09 12:40:25.772918] Signal : cid=3BB3, lac=0D48
> [2009-09-09 12:40:28.620096] Signal : cid=3BB3, lac=0D48
> [2009-09-09 12:41:17.557676] Signal : cid=3BB3, lac=0D48
> [2009-09-09 12:41:20.404582] Signal : cid=3BB3, lac=0D48
> Then you have the bug (trying to connect to GSM every second!)
> Here's KaZeR's script :
> import dbus
> import dbus.glib
> import gobject
> import datetime
> def onNetworkStatus(status ):
> print '[%s] Signal : cid=%s, lac=%s' %
> (datetime.datetime.now(),status['cid'],status['lac'] )
> bus = dbus.SystemBus();
> bus.add_signal_receiver( onNetworkStatus,
> "/org/freesmartphone/GSM/Device" )
> main_loop = gobject.MainLoop()
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