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The APIs you mention, do they actually allow you to know what device woke up the system? I thought they were mostly for not going to suspend.
Waking systems from suspend
Posted Mar 3, 2011 17:52 UTC (Thu) by PaulMcKenney (subscriber, #9624)
According to the Android developers, wakelocks handle this handoff in a natural way. Others argue that all of the suspend-blocking work should happen in user space, so that the kernel does not need to worry about it. And there are probably a large number of other opinions out there about how all of this should work, both informed and otherwise. ;-)
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