Detecting 1024 on qtmoko (and others)
openmoko at mazikeen.demon.co.uk
Fri Apr 23 19:19:30 CEST 2010
On Friday 23 April 2010, Peter Mogensen wrote:
> I'm about to wake up from having spend the last year being 100%
> dependent on a always working phone, so the FR have been on the shelf.
> Now, I'm trying to figure out if I should have the phone #1024 fixed.
> Initial tests on SHR using the deep-sleep-check.py script from the Wiki
> and trying the AT-command sequence from handheld-linux.com seems to show
> no signs of the bug.
> However, when I tried with QtMoko and changed the deep sleep modem conf
> Active=never to Active=always, the PIN dialog never came up and QtMoko
> just showed a "No network" message.
> So do anyone have pointers to fool-proof 1024 bug detection on QtMoko
> and SHR?
> It seems what I've done until now points in 2 different directions.
The QtMoko behaviour seems more like a bug than a manifestation of #1024.
Since you don't get as far as entering the PIN it won't try to register.
deep-sleep-check.py will show if you suffer from the bug at the time tested,
but it is temperature dependent so test it when the phone is warm.
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