FreeRunner/Buttons and LEDs

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==Buttons==
 
==Buttons==
AUX = Button on the left side of the device, upper area
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* AUX = Button on the left side of the device, upper area
POWER = Button on the right side of the device, center area (right below the USB socket)
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* POWER = Button on the right side of the device, center area (right below the USB socket)
  
 
==Leds==
 
==Leds==
EVENT = Red LED behind the AUX Button
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* EVENT = Red LED behind the AUX Button
HEARTBEAT = Orange LED behind the Power Button
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* HEARTBEAT = Orange LED behind the Power Button
WIRELESS = Blue LED behind the Power Button
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* WIRELESS = Blue LED behind the Power Button
  
 
==Modes==
 
==Modes==
OFF = Device has no power or has been shutdown
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* OFF = Device has no power or has been shutdown
ON = Device is fully powered
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* ON = Device is fully powered
LOCKED = Device is fully powered, but has screen lock displayed
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* LOCKED = Device is fully powered, but has screen lock displayed
SUSPENDED = Device has been suspended to low-power mode
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* SUSPENDED = Device has been suspended to low-power mode
  
 
=Basic Button Usage=
 
=Basic Button Usage=

Revision as of 19:02, 16 April 2008

This is the Software specification for the Openmoko Neo FreeRunner Button and LEDs. Note that this is a future specification which is not yet implemented in the software

Contents

Taxonomy

Buttons

  • AUX = Button on the left side of the device, upper area
  • POWER = Button on the right side of the device, center area (right below the USB socket)

Leds

  • EVENT = Red LED behind the AUX Button
  • HEARTBEAT = Orange LED behind the Power Button
  • WIRELESS = Blue LED behind the Power Button

Modes

  • OFF = Device has no power or has been shutdown
  • ON = Device is fully powered
  • LOCKED = Device is fully powered, but has screen lock displayed
  • SUSPENDED = Device has been suspended to low-power mode

Basic Button Usage

This is grouped by mode:

Mode = OFF

...

Mode = ON

MODE = OFF

Basic LED Usage

...

Advanced Button/LED Usage

...

Personal tools

This is the Software specification for the Openmoko Neo FreeRunner Button and LEDs. Note that this is a future specification which is not yet implemented in the software

Taxonomy

Buttons

AUX = Button on the left side of the device, upper area POWER = Button on the right side of the device, center area (right below the USB socket)

Leds

EVENT = Red LED behind the AUX Button HEARTBEAT = Orange LED behind the Power Button WIRELESS = Blue LED behind the Power Button

Modes

OFF = Device has no power or has been shutdown ON = Device is fully powered LOCKED = Device is fully powered, but has screen lock displayed SUSPENDED = Device has been suspended to low-power mode

Basic Button Usage

This is grouped by mode:

Mode = OFF

...

Mode = ON

MODE = OFF

Basic LED Usage

...

Advanced Button/LED Usage

...