>> I am quite sure they are not called after disconnect. I think that the kernel >> is responsible to turn wifi off in suspend (unless you want to keep it on >> during >> suspend e.g. for wake-on-wlan function). > > Yes, in suspend the kernel turns off the module completely, it > shouldn't drain anything, at least it never used to.
ok, after some testing sessions I can confirm a unbind/bind cycle can be used as workaround and the battery is in safe. also empirically, I feel my gta02 gets warm a little when in stdby if I do not unbind, removing the rear cover, in the area between the battery and the "smile" hole. instead if I never use wifi or unbind/rebind after the use, it keeps the normal (ambient) temperature. _______________________________________________ Openmoko community mailing list firstname.lastname@example.org http://lists.openmoko.org/mailman/listinfo/community