maemo.org Bugzilla – Bug 3735
Shutdown happens too fast after last Critical battery warning
Last modified: 2008-12-29 15:36:10 UTC
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STEPS TO REPRODUCE THE PROBLEM:
Time between recharge battery notiificattion and reboot to drop
your beer and connect the chsrger.
Not long enough to do anything about it!
Every ruddy time!
EXTRA SOFTWARE INSTALLED:
You give a reasonable number of warnings, for sure, but could you make
the last final one just a leetle bit longer than 10 seconds. Please?
Or make the one before say "Last chance" maybe.
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This is not about reboot, but about shutdown in case of empty battery.
> STEPS TO REPRODUCE THE PROBLEM:
> Just wait.
I don't quite understand this bug. My device beeps about low battery
for hours before it shuts down itself?
Sorry Eero, probably I was not specific enough.
My problem is only with the FINAL warning,
the one right before the shutdown. (That one differs
from the others in that it says "Recharge battery"
while all the previous ones were "Battery low".)
That notification is shown only about 5 seconds before
the actual shutdown. Such a short delay gives you no
time to do anything about it. Which rather defeats the
object of having a *final* warning.
So you ignore all the "Battery low" warnings and then complain that the very
last warning is too late?
Trivial workaround: Don't ignore the Battery low information.
I tend to close this report as WONTFIX.
I don't see this as an issue either. Actually as a user I didn't even know
there was a last, different message since I either a) recharged as soon as I
started getting Low Battery messages or b) found it shut down because I left it
on somewhere for many days.