Re: qtMoko UI questions...

2015-01-04 Thread Robert 'Bobby' Zenz
Yes, it is worth being enabled if your phone has been fixed. If I remember correctly there was a hardware bug that would not allow to go the modem to deep sleep (to save energy), instead of sleeping it oscillated between being awake and sleeping or something like that. I think it was bug #1024,

Re: qtMoko UI questions...

2015-01-04 Thread Jorge
Ok, thanks, will see what change I see. Right now, on suspend I get 3 days, the same time that with my Nokia 1112, a seawater inmersion survivor. This is, not bad :) Jorge On 04/01/15 08:53, Robert 'Bobby' Zenz wrote: Yes, it is worth being enabled if your phone has been fixed. If I

Re: qtMoko UI questions...

2015-01-03 Thread Robert 'Bobby' Zenz
From memory (without verification), the two numbers should be the cell identification/location of the mobile network (not sure what it is exactly, though). The P should be the air/atmospheric pressure, the GTA02 does not have a sensor for it. No exact idea about the charge rate. On Sat, 03 Jan

Re: qtMoko UI questions...

2015-01-03 Thread Christ van Willegen
Hi, On Sat, Jan 3, 2015 at 3:13 AM, Jorge xxo...@gmail.com wrote: Also, how are the two charge rate computed? Over what period? And I suppose that while suspended no data is logged, how that is dealt with? There's a charge counter inside the battery. When suspending, the charge and suspend

Re: qtMoko UI questions...

2015-01-03 Thread Jorge
Thank Christ and Robert. Another question, in the NeoControl (Neo Hardware Tool) application there's a Deep Sleep option, unchecked. Is it worth enabling? It seems modem related, what's supposed to do? There's also an unchecked Use FSO (freesmartphone.org), what is qtMoko's status with FSO?