[QT Extended Improved 20090316 snapbuild] Wake up from suspend on incoming call
photogeekmtl at gmail.com
Mon Mar 23 14:47:56 CET 2009
Hmm - I haven't tried one of the QT 4.4.3 builds yet, but I've been running
a 4.4.2 build for many months and it resumes fine, and (unlike 2008.X)
resumes quickly enough that I can actually answer my calls.
I did see some discussion on the list about kernel logging levels impacting
the speed of resume - I'm not sure that it impacts whether the resume
happens at all.
On Mon, Mar 16, 2009 at 12:53 PM, Ian <darkstarsword at gmail.com> wrote:
> This is the same issue that made me dismiss Qtopia earlier on but
> frustrated with every other available distro I decided to see if it
> had been solved yet: QT Extended won't resume from suspend on an
> incoming call (possibly SMS as well), it will only respond to the
> event if it is already on. If it was suspended it believes that it is
> receiving the event when it is later turned on, likely well after the
> Is this why the default setting is not to suspend?
> Is there another power saving work around (such as replacing the lock
> program with something that forces the display to remain off until a
> physical button is pressed, a call received or so forth)?
> I haven't tested it extensively yet (freshly flashed... again), but
> how are other users dealing with the lack of decent power management
> (carry a second battery, charger or USB cable?), or am I missing
> something obvious?
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