Xavier Del Campo Romero
This might help avoiding stability issues with WiFi.
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Helper scripts for PinePhone and PinePhone Pro users
"Proof-of-concept" bash script to periodically wake up the phone to check web-based notifications (such as messenger or e-mail notifications). The goal of this is to get a better battery time while still being able to receive web-based notifications. Currently, only calls and SMS will make the phone wake up, when deep sleep is used.
By default, the script will make the phone sleep within 60 seconds, when the screen is turned off (sleep mode will not apply while the screen is on) and will make the phone sleep for 10 minutes (if not interrrupted by pressing the power button to wake the phone). It will then keep the phone awake for 30 seconds and put the phone immediately back to sleep mode for another 10 minutes and so on. You can change the durations directly at the top of the script. While the phone is sleeping, the RGB LED will light up constantly green and when it is awake for the short period of time, it will be a blinking red. The LED will be turned off, when the phone screen is enabled (for example by pressing the power button).
Any active suspend inhibitors (e.g.: some music players) will keep the phone awake until the inhibitor is deactivated.
Howto install and use:
- Save the 'sleepwalk' script to /usr/local/bin and the systemd service file 'sleepwalk.service' to '/etc/systemd/system/'
- Disable deep sleep in your desktop managers settings such as phosh
- Execute 'systemctl enable sleepwalk.service' and 'systemcl start sleepwalk.service' to enable and start the service