Modem wakeup...

Arnaud Patard (Rtp) arnaud.patard at
Wed Jul 25 22:05:18 CEST 2007

Nils Faerber <nils.faerber at> writes:


> Arnaud Patard (Rtp) schrieb:
>> Nils Faerber <nils.faerber at> writes:
> [...]
>>>>> Good news: I had it suspended during the night and today morning it
>>>>> resumed just fine! The GSM modem was also still GSM conected, i.e.
>>>>> registered to the provider and accepting calls.
>>>> being curious, did you compare the battery level before and after ? 
>>> He, darn, I did not look at the exact level...
>>> I had a battery monitor with four bars running and one bar was missing.
>>> This mean that we lost something up to 25%.
>>> I will try to make this more exact, promised ;)
>> I didn't want an exact value :)
>> I wanted to see how bad/good was the neo in suspend compared to others
>> devices like the n800.
> Not really en-par yet ;)
> I tested it last night: with GSM on and assuming that the batery meter
> is accurate und halfway linear I had a 30% loss within 15 hours of
> standby. This would add up to about two days of standby.

Heh, that's better than what I expected. I was thinking about 1 day.

> For a first try not bad, for real use probably too short, compared to
> the rest of the smartphone market almost a show stopper.
> But this is (hopefully) unoptimised and with room for improvement, even
> with the GTA01V4 hardware.

agreed. imho, there's a lot of room for improvement but we need first to
get basic stuff working (like the wakeup on modem :P)


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