Mmm... Maybe I should correct myself. I still don't know, but I read an update at pine64.org that seems to indicate the PinePhone suspends when unused and will resume when a call comes in time to pick it up. So maybe idling is not necessary for telephony with a Pyra???Or does suspend and hibernate not work on the Pyra ? And then it is just work on software to make it work, or there's some reason it can't ever work ?
Ah, I see it. You want the modem on, tracked by telephony towers and wake up the whole system when a call comes, is that the problem ? Then you would need some small cpu somewhere to wake the system up, but could miss the handshake with the phone network, the call or whatever, if awakening is too slow.
(boldtype mine)Lastly, I also found that the PinePhone now resumes faster from suspend on incoming calls, and that the Bluetooth adapter functions reliably. Both of these features, while relatively minor when compared to the major strides made in the past month, are actually very significant in terms of making the PinePhone viable as a daily driver. This, combined with the much improved voice call audio quality in the newest kernel, means that my SIM card now resides exclusively in the PinePhone, while I keep my Android phone for auxiliary tasks. We’ve come a long way since January 2020 and at this pace I feel the PinePhone may become a viable daily driver for many users early next year – I truly believe this.
I'm a complete ignorant on these things but it may be that 3G/4G modem is able to do a wake-on-lan kind of thing? Will be Pyra capable of something similar?As per my understanding in suspend mode running state of system is saved in RAM, and power supply to all other parts excluding RAM is cut off. So how did pinephone is able to detect incoming call in suspend mode, and what triggers it to come out of suspend mode ?
My understanding is the same. I assume the modem chip keeps powered on and can activate an IRQ line to wake up the SOC.As per my understanding in suspend mode running state of system is saved in RAM, and power supply to all other parts excluding RAM is cut off. So how did pinephone is able to detect incoming call in suspend mode, and what triggers it to come out of suspend mode ?
Not sure it does? Just tested mine, and it doesn't wake up for a call.
Maybe you can update your software somehow with the changes Lukasz Erecinski attributed to Ondrej (Megi) Jirman ?Correction - my PinePhone did apparently try to wake up. It just crashed in the process.
In one, you need the OS. Because each command was actually loaded from floppy.Nice it's got two floppy drives, I bet that's so that it can crunch through two .bat files at the same time.