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Hibernate when using Glide


#1

I would like to put the Cobra into Hibernate mode after a short timeout, and then re-awaken when the user touches the LCD screen.

I don’t know which interrupt to specify in the Power.Hibernate method to make this happen.


#2

Just to be sure. How is this related to glide?


#3

I’d like to do something similar, turn off the screen, but keep I/O functioning. and only awaken screen on touch (or alarm)

One reason is I am finding the FEZ Cobra 4.3" screen in the case runs hot at one point inside the case.


#4

Basically, this is done usually by turning the display back-light off not the display itself. The backlight is the power hungry side.


#5

Sorry, I wasn’t exactly which category to put this under.

The Glide library hooks into the Touch interrupts and generates events that my application can attach to.

I need those touch interrupts to cause the Cobra to wake up.

I guess my question is: What parameters should I pass to the Hibernate Method to cause this to happen?


#6

Would this help? http://wiki.tinyclr.com/index.php?title=Low_Power