Ticket #136 (closed defect: invalid)
keeping stylus on touchscreen doesn't reset/stop idle timer
|Reported by:||helge.hafting@…||Owned by:||ainulindale|
|Component:||Frameworkd / FSO||Version:|
I downloaded the game liquidwar from opkg.org.
This game is played using the touchscreen.
While playing, the screen suddenly dimmed the way it does when you haven't been using the phone for a while. Strange, because this game needs clicking/dragging all the time.
From then on, nothing helped. The game (and window manager and other apps) all reacted normally to clicks, but the backlight stayed dim, and then the phone suspended itself shortly after dimming.
I pressed the power button to wake it up. It woke up briefly and suspended again. A second press woke it up properly.
From then on, this became the pattern:
The phone suspended 30s or so after it woke up, no matter how actively I used it. (game or other use) Pressing the power button always woke it up briefly before going black again and then a second press gave me another 30s before the backlight dimmed and the phone suspended again.
It was as if it no longer saw touchscreen usage as reason enough to restart the suspend timeout. The situation persisted even though I quit the game.
The phone remained useable but unfriendly (wake it up every 30s...),
except that sound did not come back after the first mistaken suspend.
A working suspend is a very nice thing to have, but kind of annoying when it happens too much. I'll turn suspend off for now.
I don't know what the game did to get the phone into such an odd state.
comment:1 in reply to: ↑ description Changed 6 years ago by ainulindale
- Status changed from new to accepted
- Priority changed from major to minor
- Component changed from SHR Image to framworkd / FSO
- Summary changed from Play "liquidwar" and then touchscreen usage don't prevent suspend anymore to keeping stylus on touchscreen doesn't reset/stop idle timer