Android openmoko todo list
trimarchi at gandalf.sssup.it
Sat Jan 3 21:52:54 CET 2009
Andy Green wrote:
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> Somebody in the thread at some point said:
> | Hi,
> |> | - power off does't work
> |> Power off broken was told before Christmas, but when I tested it here
> |> reboot command worked fine. Is it shutdown -h that is broken? Is it
> |> broken for everyone Android or not?
> | I think that a correct power off is obtained by register the
> | pm_power_off function.
> | This function must if I have a good u-boot source must write 0x1
> using the
> | pcf50633_reg_write(PCF50633_REG_OOCSHDWN, 0x01);
> | So I saw there is a i2c pcf50633 driver chips. I don't know why it is
> | not active,
> | maybe because it don't compile? So if I provide this function the halt
> | sequence
> | must be work. It is correct?
> That's right. Somewhere along the regulator changes it looks like we
> lost this? There's still code in drivers/i2c/chips/pcf50633.c
> /* go into 'STANDBY' mode, i.e. power off the main CPU and peripherals */
> void pcf50633_go_standby(struct pcf50633_data *pcf)
> ~ pcf50633_reg_set_bit_mask(pcf, PCF50633_REG_OOCSHDWN,
> ~ PCF50633_OOCSHDWN_GOSTDBY, PCF50633_OOCSHDWN_GOSTDBY);
> but the main usage of it says
> ~ /* register power off handler with core power management */
> ~ /* FIXME : pm_power_off = &pcf50633_go_standby; */
> Balaji does this ring any bells from the regulator changes?
> - -Andy
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I must test...
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