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posted 2014-02-01 18:59:15 +0200

Phone fails to wake up after having slept a while

My (1.0.3.8) Jolla has started to sometimes fail to wake up after having been put to sleep using gesture (swipe from top of home screen). The same symptom doesn't seem to show up when it has been put to sleep using the power button. However, I haven't had time to thoroughly test this thesis.

When trying to wake it up, the backlight comes on but nothing else happens. Logging in using ssh and killing lipstick brings the display back to life.

Here are som dmesg dumps, don't know if they help:

Before killing lipstick: http://albin.abo.fi/user/jfors/jolla/dmesg_2014-02-01_1658.txt
After killing lipstick: http://albin.abo.fi/user/jfors/jolla/dmesg_2014-02-01_1702.txt

Phone Phone/display fails to wake up after having slept a while

My (1.0.3.8) Jolla has started to sometimes fail to wake up after having been put to sleep using gesture (swipe from top of home screen). The same symptom doesn't seem to show up when it has been put to sleep using the power button. However, I haven't had time to thoroughly test this thesis.

When trying to wake it up, the backlight comes on but nothing else happens. Logging in using ssh and killing lipstick brings the display back to life.

Here are som dmesg dumps, don't know if they help:

Before killing lipstick: http://albin.abo.fi/user/jfors/jolla/dmesg_2014-02-01_1658.txt
After killing lipstick: http://albin.abo.fi/user/jfors/jolla/dmesg_2014-02-01_1702.txt

Phone/display fails to wake up after having slept a while

My (1.0.3.8) Jolla has started to sometimes fail to wake up after having been put to sleep using gesture (swipe from top of home screen). The same symptom doesn't seem to show up when it has been put to sleep using the power button. However, I haven't had time to thoroughly test this thesis.

When trying to wake it up, the backlight comes on but nothing else happens. Logging in using ssh and killing lipstick brings the display back to life.

Here are som dmesg dumps, don't know if they help:

Before killing lipstick: http://albin.abo.fi/user/jfors/jolla/dmesg_2014-02-01_1658.txt
After killing lipstick: http://albin.abo.fi/user/jfors/jolla/dmesg_2014-02-01_1702.txt

Phone/display fails to wake up after having slept a while

My (1.0.3.8) Jolla has started to sometimes fail to wake up after having been put to sleep using gesture (swipe from top of home screen). The same symptom doesn't seem to show up when it has been put to sleep using the power button. However, I haven't had time to thoroughly test this thesis.

When trying to wake it up, the backlight comes on but nothing else happens. Logging in using ssh and killing lipstick brings the display back to life.

Here are som dmesg dumps, don't know if they help:

Before killing lipstick: http://albin.abo.fi/user/jfors/jolla/dmesg_2014-02-01_1658.txt
After killing lipstick: http://albin.abo.fi/user/jfors/jolla/dmesg_2014-02-01_1702.txt

Update

Just woke the device and started getting graphical glitches (colored noise) every couple of seconds, like something was reinitializing in the display stack.

Phone/display fails to wake up after having slept a while

My (1.0.3.8) Jolla has started to sometimes fail to wake up after having been put to sleep using gesture (swipe from top of home screen). The same symptom doesn't seem to show up when it has been put to sleep using the power button. However, I haven't had time to thoroughly test this thesis.

When trying to wake it up, the backlight comes on but nothing else happens. Logging in using ssh and killing lipstick brings the display back to life.

Here are som dmesg dumps, don't know if they help:

Before killing lipstick: http://albin.abo.fi/user/jfors/jolla/dmesg_2014-02-01_1658.txt
After killing lipstick: http://albin.abo.fi/user/jfors/jolla/dmesg_2014-02-01_1702.txt

Update

Just woke the device and started getting graphical glitches (colored noise) every couple of seconds, like something was reinitializing in the display stack.