Background My previous Android tablet's power switch became dodgy and took several presses and wiggles to work. Very annoying. I looked at a program: Shake that would wake up a tablet when the tablet was shaken. But it wasn't 100% reliable. So I wrote my own wakeup program to turn on the screen when the tablet was raised ~70 deg from horizontal.
The problem It usually works as desired, however some times it takes ~30 seconds to turn on.
My question is: Is there anything I can do to make it 100% reliable?
The debug output:
WU Sensor values=[-6.454, 1.034, 4.549], hitCount=1, cnt=84421 at T 17:01:17
WU Sensor values=[-9.96, 1.063, 2.499], haveShown=false, hitCount=1, cnt=84424 at T 17:01:18
Sensor values=[-9.96, 1.063, 2.499], since last=9255866, cnt=84425, hitCount=2 at T 17:01:18
ScrnOnOffSrvc turnOnScreen acquire at T 17:01:18 <<<< Before call to acqquire
ScrnOnOffSrvc Turned on screen at T 17:01:48 ScreenOn=true <<<<<<<<<<<<<<< 30 seconds later<<<<<<<<<