FSO 2.6.28 usage report
simon.kagstrom at gmail.com
Mon Jan 12 20:59:25 CET 2009
On Mon, 12 Jan 2009 19:41:09 +0100
Stefan Schmidt <stefan at openmoko.org> wrote:
> > So I think the daemon could set the threshold high at start, wake up
> > when the user starts moving around the phone and set the threshold
> > to zero until the device stops moving.
> Hmm, interesting approach. We should discuss about this once we have
> fso MS5 out. Hopefully in February we can go in hack-and-break mode
> again. :)
I guess there are more pressing matters :-). Anyway, I'd like to thank
everyone for FSO: that's exactly the kind of system I wanted when I
bought the phone, very open and hackable in an easy way.
> BTW, what was the last word on wakeup from the accels? With a god
> threshold this could be nice. :)
Sadly no news there. I tried a lot of different things earlier but
couldn't get it to suspend, it would just wake up directly from the
accelerometers from this. I'm pretty sure that the accelerometers are
setup correctly (I went through the data sheet and application notes
over and over), and nothing I've tried have helped.
For example, I tried leaving them powered in mach-gta02.c, but no
It almost feels like the level on some of the pins to the accelerometer
chip are unsteady while the suspend is ongoing, but I have neither the
scope nor the competence to sort that out.
So acceleration wakeup is off for now.
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