Just remembered that Mir actually doesn't control the backlight at all.
That's USC/repowerd communicating with the kernel.

** Changed in: mir
       Status: New => Invalid

** Changed in: mir
    Milestone: 0.25.0 => None

** Changed in: mir (Ubuntu)
       Status: Confirmed => Invalid

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  Unexpected display on

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Bug description:
  NOTE: kgunn suggests this bug be about 1) not 2) here

  I have been noticing my phone and tablet occasionally turning on without 
interaction. Several times with my phone in my pocket I found it in the 
emergency call UI
  I also see the tablet display turn on while lying idle on the desk. Freiza & 

  I have reproduced one case such that turning on a BT device (headset) causes 
the phone to light up and display the volume slider. Similarly turning on the 
BT keyboard while the tablet screen is off caused the display to turn on.These 
may be as intended.

  I suspect other BT events can similarly resume the device and/or turn on the 
display if it happens to be awake due to the 5 min polling timer.
  The proximity sensor is also not honored when this happens, if its covered 
the screen still comes on.

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