wolfgang at openmoko.com
Mon Jan 28 15:39:31 CET 2008
great the list is getting better & better:
4. buttons (AUX + power)
5. motion sensors
6. jack insert
7. RTC alarm
I guess nobody thinks we can wakeup from deep sleep on bluetooth events.
Just collecting hardware verification & testing items...
On Jan 28, 2008, at 10:37 PM, Andy Green wrote:
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> Somebody in the thread at some point said:
>> Somebody in the thread at some point said:
>>> OK, so do we believe this list is complete?
>>> Wakup from deep sleep CPU state can be:
>>> 1. wifi
>>> 2. GSM
>>> 3. usb
>>> 4. buttons (both AUX and power)
>>> 5. motion sensor
> 6. Jack insert
> 7. RTC Alarm <====
> p 7-15 of the Samsung datsheet is pretty clear:
> ''The wakeup from SLEEP mode can be issued by the EINT[15:0] or by
> RTC alarm interrupt.''
> So there's one more input to it only: the Real Time Clock alarm
> interrupt. So you can set the alarm to wake you up and put it in deep
> sleep and it is capable to wake at the time, figure out why it woke I
> guess and then do the alarm thing.
> That's the last one AFAIK.
> - -Andy
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