[maemo-users] 770's spontaneous boot

From: DrFredC.com drfredc at drfredc.com
Date: Fri Nov 9 00:26:52 EET 2007
Sounds like you've got an alarm going off, which turns the unit on.  
Check your clocks and calendars.  I don't think it's possible to have 
the unit turn itself automatically on to check emails, or RSS.  However, 
I suppose it's possible, if you've got some software that allows for 
that option. 

Zoran Kolic wrote:
> Howdy!
> After few days of absolute surprise, I gather info
> to post a question.
> Not using 770 with 3.2006.49-2 for some time, I
> found it not able to boot. The cure was to recharge
> the battery. The system worked as it should. Now,
> every day past noon, when I open the cover of the
> device, I find it up and happily lighting to me.
> Never before noon, never twice a day. No error mes-
> sage. Just goes up and stays there. I took the
> battery out and let it stay that way for hour or so.
> No change in behaveor. I recall posts months ago,
> with similar problem, but cannot find them now.
> I trust in unix not to reinstall, but fix it. Does
> this triggers some memory, how the issue was solved?
> I'm aware that there could be a value changed from
> 0 to 1 or reverse in this battery issue. Rather to
> change variables manualy then reflash the device.
> If I have to post more information, let me know.
>                                Zoran
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