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1. Re: Power leakage: save 40mW by turning GSM on (Andy Green)
2. Weird hardware mod ??? (scholbert)
Date: Tue, 20 Jan 2009 11:02:27 +0000
From: Andy Green <andy at openmoko.com>
Subject: Re: Power leakage: save 40mW by turning GSM on
To: Rask Ingemann Lambertsen <rask at sygehus.dk>
Cc: hardware at lists.openmoko.org
Message-ID: <4975AF43.6030908 at openmoko.com>
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Somebody in the thread at some point said:
| I'm unable to measure any difference in power consumption between
| and WiFi off. In the list archives, I see there has been much discussion
| about WiFi power management. It appears that you can't really turn off
It's a bit of a saga, but the end result seems unbinding the driver from
the device or now they are modular in packaging config, rmmod-ing the
modules should do well for power on andy-tracking HEAD.
Previously there was a pin on the module that looked like an on-off
control, but it turned out it was nothing of the sort.
| Playing with the openmoko-panel-plugin gives:
| BT on increases current draw by 7,5 mA @ 3,79 V.
| GPS on increases current draw by 47 mA @ 3,79 V.
| For both BT and GPS, current draw reduces to the previous level by
| turning off the device through openmoko-panel-plugin. On to GSM:
Sounds good, although the GPS side may change its consumption radically
depending on whether it has acquired the satellites or not.
| GSM off further increases current draw by 17 mA @ 3,80 V. :-(
| GSM on now _decreases_ current draw by 17 mA @ 3,80 V.
| I reboot with 'shutdown -r now', hold AUX to get into NOR u-boot
| from SD-card. That also recovers the 2,2 mA initially drawn by GSM.
All these things with closed firmware and private state are full of
Do we know what the panel-plugin sources are doing to turn it off?
Sending AT commands, or using the /sys, or both?
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Date: Wed, 21 Jan 2009 02:44:50 -0800 (PST)
From: scholbert <scholbert at web.de>
Subject: Weird hardware mod ???
To: hardware at lists.openmoko.org
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after having a deeper look into the schematics of freerunner, i realized
that most of the pins of the Glamo camera interface are physically
accessible at the resistor networks RP1801..1804.
This led me to a wicked idea:
Solder some thin wires to the dedicated signals and use this interface for a
I thought about ripping it off from another phone (e.g. Nokia 6600 or 6680)
and attach it to the freerunner.
Of course a kernel driver would also be needed.
Are there any details known about this interface of the Glamo?
Any source code available??
Any comments are welcome!
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