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    Deep sleep?

    I've been reading a lot of comments about deep sleep and CPU spy. I just took a little nap after getting off work and put my TF into sleep mode. I assume tapping the power button means sleep.

    About 20 minutes or so later, I got up and checked CP spy and found deep sleep as an unused state.

    Do how do I get my TF into deep sleep and get the battery savings?

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    Last edited by skallal; 12-01-2011 at 09:56 PM.

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    There is an app that has been discussed at length on the forum called Auto Airplane Mode, (by DON). It will automatically cut off the WiFi by default when you put the TF in sleep mode. If you aren't using it, you should. CPU spy will then provide the results you are looking for.

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    Thanks, but I am already using the DON Auto Airplane Mode app. CPU Spy doesn't ever report Deep Sleep mode. What else should I be looking for?

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    That doesn't compute. When you wake your TF up do you see the little airplane symbol in the notification area? The only time what you have described has happened to me was once when I turned AAM off and forgot to turn it back on.

    By default, assuming you haven't changed any of the settings in AAM, it will activate on a restart.

    If you don't see the icon check the AAM settings.

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    Everything is set the way you mentioned. AAM is set to start. There must be other services running. I know for sure wifi is shutting down, because some apps complain about the network connection upon waking. And yes I see the airplane symbol on wake up.

    One thing to note is I get Facebook notifications immediately on wake up. In my case it is Friendcaster. I wish there was a way to disable those services without removing the app.

    I am also running JuiceDefender. Wonder if I should start removing apps to find the offenders?

    Still looking for a solution.

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    Mine does not usually go to deep sleep either.
    It has to be in airplane mode to go to deep sleep but it does not make differece (on my experience) if it's done by Don's AA or put manually on airplane mode.
    It just sometimes goes to deep sleep but often (mostly) not.

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    Mine won't show deep sleep on CPU spy even if I manually put it in airplane mode.

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    Try disabling Juice Defender for a bit. I think that this may be keeping some stuff alive to keep it from reaching deep sleep.


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    No deep sleep in mine either. Airplane mode, wifi off, ... but no deep sleep. CPU reports 89% at 216 MHz. Of course, battery drain. Compilation 8.6.5.19. I presume is some active service preventing to sleep, but I don't know which one.
    Help will be appreciated.

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    Do how do I get my TF into deep sleep and get the battery savings?
    I may have my terms wrong, but how about shutting down...that's as deep as you can get, right?

 

 
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