LED is always on (RED)

Andy Green andy at openmoko.com
Wed Aug 6 19:01:43 CEST 2008

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Somebody in the thread at some point said:
| On Wednesday 06 August 2008 09:54:17 Jay Vaughan wrote:
|> Hi,
|> Can we please get a bit of a succinct explanation on how the LED is
|> supposed to behave from now on?  I've noticed today, after doing an
|> update last night, that the LED is always on (RED), regardless of
|> whether power is connected or if the battery is low.  My FR currently
|> has a fresh, fully-loaded battery (has been connected to power for the
|> last few days), and the LED being on is confusing.
|> FWIW, my opinion is that the LED's shouldn't be on all the time.  The
|> only reason they should come on is to indicate some state to the user
|> that requires attention - such as flashing when the battery level is
|> low, or so on.  Is there a design on this issue, clearly stated, yet?
| Hey,
| that is the charging indicator and it is connected to the "charging"
| now that bit of the kernel logic might be "wrong", confused, or ahead of
| technology.
| Wendy,Regina, do we have a bug report for the charging indicator
| indicating charging even when not being connected (charging over the
air)? If
| not could you file one for system software and assign to openmoko-kernel?

I already fixed it Holger, it's in stable.

Somehow the patch didn't make it to kernel list yet.

- -Andy
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