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28th April 2012, 02:08 PM |#21  
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so this means it doesnt process calls messages anything during deep sleep like you said before

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8th July 2012, 02:57 PM |#22  
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Storage wake intertupt
Has anyone found the interrupt handler for external input that wakes from Deep Sleep or the jump vector for basic IO interrupt handler. Also any have contact for custom prom dev for modifying the values if the jump table for this can be accessed?

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Additionally, has anyone attempted to modify the copy of the IO interrupt table that should be in memory?
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II dont know what u really mean deep sleep .hibernate ?
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In sleep mode Normally in a windows pc the cpu would go completely dead and only the ram and the bios will remain powered. The bios wake up the processor the hard drive and the peripherals.
As soon as the processor wakes up ,the system will immediatelly continue from where it stopped.
Assuming tegra ii is a soc the system either is on or all the hardware is off power. Real sleep mode is impossible as the processor would still get power.

In hibernate the content from ram is saved in the internal storage, everything is shut down ,and the system draw 0 power. To continue image stored on storage moves again in ram .This* loading * takes some time and thats why deep sleep is slower
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Originally Posted by mixlis

II dont know what u really mean deep sleep .hibernate ?
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In sleep mode Normally in a windows pc the cpu would go completely dead and only the ram and the bios will remain powered. The bios wake up the processor the hard drive and the peripherals.
As soon as the processor wakes up ,the system will immediatelly continue from where it stopped.
Assuming tegra ii is a soc the system either is on or all the hardware is off power. Real sleep mode is impossible as the processor would still get power.

In hibernate the content from ram is saved in the internal storage, everything is shut down ,and the system draw 0 power. To continue image stored on storage moves again in ram .This* loading * takes some time and thats why deep sleep is slower

do you actually have any kind of knowledge about the way SoCs work? i don't see why turning off only some of the hardware would be a problem. i think it is pretty much the same as with the PCs... i'm not sure tho.
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If I recall sleep mode kills your data permanently (bug)....
10th July 2012, 02:08 AM |#26  
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so this means it doesnt process calls messages anything during deep sleep like you said before

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Don't forget the baseband is its own little computer. It can use any radio related events (eg calls etc) to wake the CPU.

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