Re: Phone wakes up after being powered off

2012-05-23 Thread ed

Hello Ed,

Thanks for your replies.

Unfortunately the man command doesn't work with rtcwake on the phone
(but does with other software, e.g. 7zr). A specific command to try
would be very helpful. On the desktop running as root rtcwake -m show
shows the alarms that are on (but this command does not work on the
phone, specifically on QtMoko v26).

I noticed the issue regarding the phone turning itself on was reported
in Android on Freerunner's bug tracker here:
http://code.google.com/p/android-on-freerunner/issues/detail?id=24

trevi55 suggested to switch off alarms and update hardware clock. I'll
try this (using echo -e W\n  /var/spool/at/trigger).

Alon.
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Hi Alon,

check if you can use:
/usr/sbin/rtcwake --verbose --seconds 1 --mode disable

Or if disable is not available in your version of rtcwake:

/usr/sbin/rtcwake --verbose --seconds 1 --mode no
Using UTC time.
delta   = 1
tzone   = 0
tzname  = UTC
systime = 1337703739, (UTC) Tue May 22 16:22:19 2012
rtctime = 1337703738, (UTC) Tue May 22 16:22:18 2012
alarm 0, sys_time 1337703739, rtc_time 1337703738, seconds 1
rtcwake: wakeup from no using /dev/rtc0 at Tue May 22 16:22:20 2012

And you can check the RTC with:
cat /proc/driver/rtc

rtc_time: 16:25:13
rtc_date: 2012-05-22
alrm_time   : 16:22:20
alrm_date   : 2012-05-22
alarm_IRQ   : yes
alrm_pending: yes
24hr: yes

And see if it has any effect.

Kind regards,
Ed
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Re: Phone wakes up after being powered off

2012-05-23 Thread Łukasz Pankowski
e...@kapitein.org writes:

 

 Hello Ed,

 Thanks for your replies.

 Unfortunately the man command doesn't work with rtcwake on the phone
 (but does with other software, e.g. 7zr). A specific command to try
 would be very helpful. On the desktop running as root rtcwake -m show
 shows the alarms that are on (but this command does not work on the
 phone, specifically on QtMoko v26).

 I noticed the issue regarding the phone turning itself on was reported
 in Android on Freerunner's bug tracker here:
 http://code.google.com/p/android-on-freerunner/issues/detail?id=24

 trevi55 suggested to switch off alarms and update hardware clock. I'll
 try this (using echo -e W\n  /var/spool/at/trigger).

Are you using original atd or atd-over-fso? atd-over-fso has the
following bug (which I have not fixed and it may be related): if you set
an alarm at time t0 and t0 happens to be the next alarm and then you
remove alarm t0 and a later alarm will become the next alarm
atd-over-fso will nevertheless wake up the phone at time t0.


 Alon.

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 Hi Alon,

  

 check if you can use:

 /usr/sbin/rtcwake --verbose --seconds 1 --mode disable

  

 Or if disable is not available in your version of rtcwake:

  

 /usr/sbin/rtcwake --verbose --seconds 1 --mode no

 Using UTC time.

 delta   = 1

 tzone   = 0

 tzname  = UTC

 systime = 1337703739, (UTC) Tue May 22 16:22:19 2012

 rtctime = 1337703738, (UTC) Tue May 22 16:22:18 2012

 alarm 0, sys_time 1337703739, rtc_time 1337703738, seconds 1

 rtcwake: wakeup from no using /dev/rtc0 at Tue May 22 16:22:20 2012

  

 And you can check the RTC with:

 cat /proc/driver/rtc

  

 rtc_time: 16:25:13

 rtc_date: 2012-05-22

 alrm_time   : 16:22:20

 alrm_date   : 2012-05-22

 alarm_IRQ   : yes

 alrm_pending: yes

 24hr: yes

  

 And see if it has any effect.

  

 Kind regards,

 Ed

  

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Re: Phone wakes up after being powered off

2012-05-23 Thread alonivtsan
On Wed, 2012-05-23 at 15:12 +0200, Łukasz Pankowski wrote:
 Are you using original atd or atd-over-fso? atd-over-fso has the
 following bug (which I have not fixed and it may be related): if you set
 an alarm at time t0 and t0 happens to be the next alarm and then you
 remove alarm t0 and a later alarm will become the next alarm
 atd-over-fso will nevertheless wake up the phone at time t0.

Not sure. Using whatever is shipped with QtMoko v26.



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Re: Phone wakes up after being powered off

2012-05-23 Thread alonivtsan
On Wed, 2012-05-23 at 14:57 +0200, e...@kapitein.org wrote:
 Hi Alon,
 
  
 
 check if you can use:
 
 /usr/sbin/rtcwake --verbose --seconds 1 --mode disable
 
  
 
 Or if disable is not available in your version of rtcwake:
 
  
 
 /usr/sbin/rtcwake --verbose --seconds 1 --mode no
 
 Using UTC time.
 
 delta   = 1
 
 tzone   = 0
 
 tzname  = UTC
 
 systime = 1337703739, (UTC) Tue May 22 16:22:19 2012
 
 rtctime = 1337703738, (UTC) Tue May 22 16:22:18 2012
 
 alarm 0, sys_time 1337703739, rtc_time 1337703738, seconds 1
 
 rtcwake: wakeup from no using /dev/rtc0 at Tue May 22 16:22:20 2012
 
  
 
 And you can check the RTC with:
 
 cat /proc/driver/rtc
 
  
 
 rtc_time: 16:25:13
 
 rtc_date: 2012-05-22
 
 alrm_time   : 16:22:20
 
 alrm_date   : 2012-05-22
 
 alarm_IRQ   : yes
 
 alrm_pending: yes
 
 24hr: yes
 
  
 
 And see if it has any effect.
 
  
 
 Kind regards,
 
 Ed
 
  
 
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Unfortunately, modes no and disable aren't recognized.
After the device woke itself up again two days ago, I just took out the
battery last night and synchronized time using ntpdate-debian without
setting hardware clock. The cat command shows the date is 01.01.2000 and
alrm time and alrm date at 23:59:59 and 01.01.2000 respectively.
Also, alarm IRQ is yes and alrm pending is no. How can no alarm be
pending while there is an alarm time?



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Re: Phone wakes up after being powered off

2012-05-21 Thread ed
On Monday 21 May 2012 07:21:02 alonivtsan wrote:
 Hello kind members of Openmoko mailing list,
 
 I'm suffering from a very bizarre wake up problem related to the Neo
 Freerunner phone.
 
 The phone wakes itself up after being powered off a few hours later
 (e.g. if I shut the phone off before going to bed when I wake up the
 phone is already switched on).
 
 I thought at first this was a hardware problem related to the battery,
 but this doesn't seem to be the case as it has happened on two different
 phones after setting reminders in the QtMoko calendar (using v26).
 
 Unfortunately, even after removing the reminders the phone still wakes
 itself up. I'm wondering if it is possible to clear all data causing the
 phone to wake up.
 
 Thanks,
 
 Alon.

Hi Alon,

Are you sure the phone is completly shutdown e.g. did you issue init 0 from 
a console or ssh session?
I'm currious if the phone  could wake from init 0.
You can try to clear the RealTimeClock by using the rtcwake command, if that 
is available on your phone.

Kind regards,
Ed


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Re: Phone wakes up after being powered off

2012-05-21 Thread alonivtsan
On Mon, 2012-05-21 at 09:08 +0200, e...@kapitein.org wrote:
 Hi Alon,
 
 Are you sure the phone is completly shutdown e.g. did you issue init 0 from 
 a console or ssh session?
 I'm currious if the phone  could wake from init 0.
 You can try to clear the RealTimeClock by using the rtcwake command, if that 
 is available on your phone.
 
 Kind regards,
 Ed
 

Hello Ed,

The phone was definitely off. After switching it off I verified by
booting into u-boot via power and AUX buttons and selecting power off.

Are the wake up settings cleared by removing the battery (e.g. for 10
minutes)?

I'll test switching off the phone via the init 0 command from a
terminal. rtcwake is available (in QtMoko v26) - is there a specific
command I should use to prevent the phone from turning on when shut
down?

Thanks,

Alon.



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Re: Phone wakes up after being powered off

2012-05-21 Thread urodelo
My phone has always suffered for this weird bug too. No matter which  
distro I use, if I turn it off, even by taking away the battery and after  
some minutes putting it back, after some minutes the haunted fr goes back  
to life. This is especially a botehr when you have an alarm set on qtmoko  
and didn't use it when the alarm should ring: it rings once the os is up  
and running; it's a bother when you turn off the pphone and go to sleep  
and then it wakes up and begin to ring for the old alarm


Sorry, I didn't find any solution. You can check old msg on this ml,  
others (included me) have reported this issue.


urodelo

On Mon, 21 May 2012 11:20:03 +0200, alonivtsan alonivt...@gmail.com  
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On Mon, 2012-05-21 at 09:08 +0200, e...@kapitein.org wrote:

Hi Alon,

Are you sure the phone is completly shutdown e.g. did you issue init  
0 from

a console or ssh session?
I'm currious if the phone  could wake from init 0.
You can try to clear the RealTimeClock by using the rtcwake command, if  
that

is available on your phone.

Kind regards,
Ed



Hello Ed,

The phone was definitely off. After switching it off I verified by
booting into u-boot via power and AUX buttons and selecting power off.

Are the wake up settings cleared by removing the battery (e.g. for 10
minutes)?

I'll test switching off the phone via the init 0 command from a
terminal. rtcwake is available (in QtMoko v26) - is there a specific
command I should use to prevent the phone from turning on when shut
down?

Thanks,

Alon.



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Re: Phone wakes up after being powered off

2012-05-21 Thread alonivtsan

 Hi Alon,
 
 Funny, i never known that it was capable of waking from power down, i always 
 wake from suspend.
 There is no need tot test the init 0 scenario, powering down from u-boot is a 
 real powerdown.
 Anyhow, rtcwake has a mode disable, which should disable the RTC alarms.
 See man rtcwake for more info
 
 Kind regards,
 Ed

Hello Ed,

Thanks for your replies.

Unfortunately the man command doesn't work with rtcwake on the phone
(but does with other software, e.g. 7zr). A specific command to try
would be very helpful. On the desktop running as root rtcwake -m show
shows the alarms that are on (but this command does not work on the
phone, specifically on QtMoko v26).

I noticed the issue regarding the phone turning itself on was reported
in Android on Freerunner's bug tracker here:
http://code.google.com/p/android-on-freerunner/issues/detail?id=24

trevi55 suggested to switch off alarms and update hardware clock. I'll
try this (using echo -e W\n  /var/spool/at/trigger).

Alon.

 



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