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posted 2018-11-28 06:54:45 +0300

What happens when you put it in flight mode during the night?

If I looked correctly then therr is almost no drainige. Maybe some of you can measure (see, track, etc) to confirm this. It may pinpoint the developers to the part that is not as energy efficient as it is under other os-es.

Else maybe this post on may help or give clues.

What happens when you put it in flight mode during the night?

If I looked correctly then therr is almost no drainige. Maybe some of you can measure (see, track, etc) to confirm this. It may pinpoint the developers to the part that is not as energy efficient as it is under other os-es.

Else maybe this post on Stackoverflowmay help or give clues.

What happens when you put it in flight mode during the night?

If I looked correctly then therr there is almost no drainige. Maybe some of you can measure (see, track, etc) to confirm this. It may pinpoint the developers to the part that is not as energy efficient as it is under other os-es.

Else maybe this post on Stackoverflow may help or give clues.

What happens when you put it in flight mode during the night?

If I looked correctly then there is almost no drainige. Maybe some of you can measure (see, track, etc) to confirm this. It may pinpoint the developers to the part that is not as energy efficient as it is under other os-es.

Else maybe this post on Stackoverflow may help or give clues.

Edit: I checked it between 5.30 en 19.00 today, so 13,5 hrs on flight mode, only lost 5% :)

What happens when you put it in flight mode during the night?

If I looked correctly then there is almost no drainige. Maybe some of you can measure (see, track, etc) to confirm this. It may pinpoint the developers to the part that is not as energy efficient as it is under other os-es.

Else maybe this post on Stackoverflow may help or give clues.


Edit: Edit:

I checked it between 5.30 en 19.00 today, so 13,5 hrs on flight mode, only lost 5% :)

This would mean a full charged device would survive 270hrs (or 11+ days) in flight mode. Hopefully they are able to fix this in the upcoming 3.0.1 release.

What happens when you put it in flight mode during the night?

If I looked correctly then there is almost no drainige. Maybe some of you can measure (see, track, etc) to confirm this. It may pinpoint the developers to the part that is not as energy efficient as it is under other os-es.

Else maybe this post on Stackoverflow may help or give clues.


Edit:

I checked it between 5.30 en 19.00 today, so 13,5 hrs on flight mode, only lost 5% :)

This would mean a full fully charged device would survive 270hrs (or 11+ days) in flight mode. Hopefully they are able to fix this in the upcoming 3.0.1 release.

What happens when you put it in flight mode during the night?

If I looked correctly then there is almost no drainige. Maybe some of you can measure (see, track, etc) to confirm this. It may pinpoint the developers to the part that is not as energy efficient as it is under other os-es.

Else maybe this post on Stackoverflow may help or give clues.


Edit:

I checked it between 5.30 en 19.00 today, so 13,5 hrs on flight mode, only lost 5% :)

This would mean a fully charged device would survive 270hrs (or 11+ days) in flight mode. Hopefully they are able to fix this in the upcoming 3.0.1 release.


Nice background info regarding this topic. Maybe Jolla has to call the Helsinki University ;)

Else the team at Jolla may be able to trace the consumption in the Linux environment:

  • Studying the time the processors spend at different performance states (P states) and different power states (C states) as well as interrupt activity can also help identify if an "idle" machine is actually busier than it should be. Tools such as 'idlestat' can be helpful to identify busy states.

More good research info can be found here:

What happens when you put it in flight mode during the night?

If I looked correctly then there is almost no drainige. Maybe some of you can measure (see, track, etc) to confirm this. It may pinpoint the developers to the part that is not as energy efficient as it is under other os-es.

Else maybe this post on Stackoverflow may help or give clues.


Edit:

I checked it between 5.30 en 19.00 today, so 13,5 hrs on flight mode, only lost 5% :)

This would mean a fully charged device would survive 270hrs (or 11+ days) in flight mode. Hopefully they are able to fix this in the upcoming 3.0.1 release.


Nice background info regarding this topic. Maybe Jolla has to can call the Helsinki University ;)

Else the team at Jolla may be able to trace the consumption in the Linux environment:

  • Studying the time the processors spend at different performance states (P states) and different power states (C states) as well as interrupt activity can also help identify if an "idle" machine is actually busier than it should be. Tools such as 'idlestat' can be helpful to identify busy states.

More good research info can be found here: