Some regressions in power use in system sleep on original Pinephone
With my new setup, I've noticed that original Pinephone again has the issue
with touchscreen consuming a lot of power during sleep.
It turns out just holding it in reset doesn't work for some reason. Is reset
signal even connected to the touch controller? It's hard to see how the
controller can be held in reset during system sleep and yet vary the power
consumption when the screen is touched.
Something is fishy in there.
Truly powering the touch
So instead of „hold in reset“ approach, I decided to try to power down
the regulators powering the controller. This is not as simple as it sounds,
because these regulators are shared by multiple devices, some of which don't
have code to power them down during sleep, or actively don't want to power
After these patches, original Pinephone again has much improved power use in
deep sleep, not affected by the misbehaving controller that refuses