WO2012151977A1 - Method for waking up mobile terminal, and mobile terminal - Google Patents

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WO2012151977A1
WO2012151977A1 PCT/CN2011/083716 CN2011083716W WO2012151977A1 WO 2012151977 A1 WO2012151977 A1 WO 2012151977A1 CN 2011083716 W CN2011083716 W CN 2011083716W WO 2012151977 A1 WO2012151977 A1 WO 2012151977A1
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刘修田
张猛
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Disclosed are a method for waking up a mobile terminal, and a mobile terminal. In the method mentioned above, in response to a touchless operation of a user, a sensor of a mobile terminal collecting infrared light intensity (S102); the sensor comparing the collected infrared light intensity with a preset threshold value (S104); and when the infrared light intensity is greater than the preset threshold value, the sensor sending an interrupt instruction to the CPU in the mobile terminal, wherein the interrupt instruction is used for instructing the CPU to perform a wakeup operation (S106). The present application solves the problem that the method of waking up mobile terminal in the prior art that the wakeup function of the mobile terminal is realized by way of physical keystroke, thus achieving the effects of realizing the wakeup function of the terminal in a touchless manner, making it more convenient for the user to use, and bringing better user experience.

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The present invention relates to the field of communications, and in particular to a method for waking up a mobile terminal and a mobile terminal. BACKGROUND At present, the entire mobile terminal market is developing in the direction of a smart phone, mainly represented by an operating system such as Android, Window7 or Symbian, and is equipped with a large-sized display screen, which is favored by consumers. Along with this, the control mode of the mobile terminal is also changed from the traditional keyboard physical button mode to the resistive touch screen or the capacitive touch screen mode, wherein the capacitive touch screen gradually becomes the mainstream of the mobile terminal control mode. In a mobile terminal equipped with a capacitive touch screen, the Proximity Sensor becomes an indispensable collocation device due to the inherent defects such as the capacitive touch screen contact, and the proximity of the capacitive touch screen is realized when the telephone is called or turned on. Trigger hang up and other functions. In the related art, when a mobile terminal (for example, a mobile phone) is not operated for a long time, the mobile terminal may enter an inactive mode (or referred to as a sleep state), and in order to wake up the mobile terminal, a physical button is usually implemented. However, with this method, the operation is cumbersome and it is difficult to meet the trend of intelligentization. SUMMARY OF THE INVENTION The present invention provides a wake-up method for a mobile terminal and a mobile terminal, to solve at least the above, in the related art, where the wake-up mode of the mobile terminal is implemented by physical buttons, and the operation is cumbersome and difficult to meet the trend of intelligent development. problem. According to an aspect of the present invention, a wake-up method of a mobile terminal is provided. The method for waking up the mobile terminal according to the present invention includes: the sensor in the mobile terminal collects the intensity of the infrared light in response to the non-touch operation of the user; the sensor compares the intensity of the collected infrared light with a preset threshold; when the intensity of the infrared light When it is greater than a preset threshold, the sensor sends an interrupt instruction to a central processing unit (CPU) in the mobile terminal, wherein the interrupt instruction is used to instruct the CPU to perform a wake-up operation. In the above method, after the sensor determines that the infrared light intensity is greater than the threshold, before the sensor sends the interrupt instruction to the CPU in the mobile terminal, the method further includes: the sensor recording the non-touch operation corresponding to the infrared light intensity as a valid operation; after recording the effective operation Within the predetermined time period, if the total number of valid operations recorded is the same as the preset number of times, it is determined to send an interrupt instruction to the CPU. In the above method, the preset number of times is two. In the above method, the sensor transmitting an interrupt instruction to the CPU includes: the sensor transmitting an interrupt instruction to the universal 10-port having a wake-up function in the CPU through its interrupt pin. According to another aspect of the present invention, a mobile terminal is provided. A mobile terminal according to the present invention includes: a sensor and a CPU; the sensor includes: an acquisition module configured to collect infrared light intensity in response to a user's non-touch operation; and a comparison module configured to set the intensity of the collected infrared light with a preset The threshold is compared; the sending module is configured to send an interrupt instruction to the CPU in the mobile terminal, wherein the interrupt instruction is used to instruct the CPU to perform a wake-up operation. The CPU comprises: a receiving module, configured to receive an interrupt instruction sent by the sending module; and a wake-up module configured to perform an operation of waking up the mobile terminal according to the interrupt instruction. In the above mobile terminal, the sensor further includes: a recording module configured to record a non-touch operation corresponding to the infrared light intensity as an effective operation; a timing module configured to start timing after the recording effective operation; and a determining module set to be in the timing module After the recorded time reaches the predetermined time, it is determined whether the total number of valid operations of the record is the same as the preset number of times. In the above mobile terminal, the preset number of times is two. In the above mobile terminal, the sending module includes: an interrupt pin; the receiving module includes: a universal 10-port; wherein the universal 10-port is connected to the interrupt pin. In the above mobile terminal, the CPU further includes: an internal integrated circuit bus I2C interface, and the I2C interface is connected to the sensor, and is configured to configure a control command of the sensor and send and receive data information. According to the present invention, the collected infrared light intensity is compared with a preset threshold by using a sensor in the mobile terminal; when the infrared light intensity is greater than a preset threshold, the sensor sends an interrupt to the central processing unit CPU in the mobile terminal. The CPU executes the wake-up operation according to the interrupt instruction, which solves the problem that the wake-up mode of the mobile terminal in the prior art is realized by physical buttons, thereby achieving the wake-up function of the mobile terminal through the non-touch method, and the user is more convenient to use. , the user experience better results. BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE DRAWINGS The accompanying drawings, which are set to illustrate,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, In the drawing: 1 is a flowchart of a method for waking up a mobile terminal according to an embodiment of the present invention; FIG. 2 is a flowchart of a method for waking up a mobile terminal according to a preferred embodiment of the present invention; and FIG. 3 is a structural block diagram of a mobile terminal according to an embodiment of the present invention; 4 is a structural block diagram of a mobile terminal according to a preferred embodiment of the present invention; and FIG. 5 is a schematic diagram of an internal structure of a mobile terminal according to an example of the present invention. BEST MODE FOR CARRYING OUT THE INVENTION Hereinafter, the present invention will be described in detail with reference to the accompanying drawings. It should be noted that the embodiments in the present application and the features in the embodiments may be combined with each other without conflict. FIG. 1 is a flowchart of a method for waking up a mobile terminal according to an embodiment of the present invention. As shown in FIG. 1 , the method mainly includes the following processing: Step S102: The sensor in the mobile terminal collects infrared light intensity in response to a non-touch operation of the user; Step S104: The infrared light intensity collected by the sensor is preset The threshold is compared; Step S106: When the infrared light intensity is greater than a preset threshold, the sensor sends an interrupt instruction to the CPU in the mobile terminal, wherein the interrupt instruction is used to instruct the CPU to perform the wake-up operation. In the related art, the wake-up mode of the existing mobile terminal is implemented by physical buttons. Using the method shown in FIG. 1, the sensor in the mobile terminal collects infrared light intensity in response to the user's non-touch operation; the sensor sends an interrupt instruction to the CPU in the mobile terminal, and the CPU performs a wake-up operation according to the interrupt instruction, thereby solving the existing In the technology, the wake-up of the mobile terminal is completely realized by the physical button mode, thereby enabling the user to realize the wake-up function of the mobile terminal by means of non-touch. Preferably, after the sensor determines that the infrared light intensity is greater than the threshold, the sensor may further include the following processing before sending the interrupt instruction to the CPU in the mobile terminal:

(1) The operation of the sensor to record the intensity of the infrared light is effective;

(2) It is determined that an interrupt instruction is transmitted to the CPU if the total number of valid operations of the recording is the same as the preset number of times within a predetermined time after the recording of the effective operation. In the preferred implementation process, the preset number of times may be two times. Of course, it may be set to three times, four times, etc., and may be set according to actual conditions. In the solution described in the foregoing steps S102 to S104, after the sensor of the mobile terminal determines that the infrared light intensity is greater than the threshold, the sensor may send an interrupt instruction to the CPU to instruct the CPU to perform the wake-up operation. In a preferred implementation, in order to avoid user's erroneous operation (for example, the user accidentally performs a non-touch operation), the number of effective non-touch operations can be set in advance, and the number of times the user performs an effective non-touch operation. When the preset number of times is the same, the CPU of the mobile terminal determines to perform the wake-up operation. Preferably, in step S106, the sensor can send an interrupt instruction to the general purpose 10 (General Purpose 10, GPIO for short) port having a wake-up function in the CPU through its interrupt pin. That is, in the hardware implementation, the sensor interrupt (referred to as INT) pin can be connected to the GPIO interface of the CPU, so that the GPIO interface can receive the interrupt instruction transmitted by the interrupt pin. Preferably, FIG. 2 is a flow chart of a method for waking up a mobile terminal in accordance with a preferred embodiment of the present invention. As shown in FIG. 2, the initial state of the mobile terminal is a sleep state, and the wake-up operation of the mobile terminal mainly includes the following processing: Step S202: The sensor interval in the mobile terminal continuously collects infrared light intensity; Step S204: The infrared light intensity is compared with a preset threshold, if yes, step S206 is performed; otherwise, step S202 is returned; step S206: when the collected infrared light intensity value is greater than a preset threshold, the sensor records the infrared light intensity correspondingly The non-touch operation is an effective operation; Step S208: Record the total number of valid operations within a predetermined time after the effective operation (configurable as any time, such as: Is); Step S210: Record the total number of valid operations and preset The number of times (can be configured as any number of times, such as: 2 times) is the same, if yes, step S212 is performed, otherwise, step S204 is returned; step S212: if the same, the sensor sends an interrupt instruction to the CPU in the mobile terminal, wherein The interrupt instruction is used to instruct the CPU to perform a wake-up operation. FIG. 3 is a structural block diagram of a mobile terminal according to an embodiment of the present invention. As shown in FIG. 3, the mobile terminal includes: a sensor 10 and a CPU 20; wherein the sensor 10 includes: an acquisition module 102 configured to collect infrared light intensity in response to a user's non-touch operation; and a comparison module 104 configured to collect The intensity of the infrared light obtained is compared with a preset threshold; The sending module 106 is configured to send an interrupt instruction to the CPU 20 in the mobile terminal, wherein the interrupt instruction is used to instruct the CPU 20 to perform a wake-up operation. The CPU 20 includes: a receiving module 202, configured to receive an interrupt instruction sent by the sending module 106; and a wake-up module 204 configured to perform an operation of waking up the mobile terminal according to the interrupt instruction. In the related art, the wake-up mode of the existing mobile terminal is implemented by physical buttons. In the mobile terminal shown in FIG. 3, the sensor collects infrared light intensity in response to a non-touch operation of the user; the sensor sends an interrupt instruction to the CPU in the mobile terminal, and the CPU performs a wake-up operation according to the interrupt instruction, which solves the prior art. The wake-up of the mobile terminal is completely realized by the physical button mode, thereby enabling the user to realize the wake-up function of the mobile terminal by means of non-touch. Preferably, FIG. 4 is a structural block diagram of a mobile terminal according to a preferred embodiment of the present invention. As shown in FIG. 4, the sensor 10 may further include: a recording module 108 configured to record an operation corresponding to the intensity of the infrared light for effective operation; 110: Set to start timing after the record valid operation; the determining module 112 is configured to determine whether the total number of valid operations of the record is the same as the preset number of times after the time recorded by the timing module reaches a predetermined time. FIG. 5 is a schematic diagram of an internal structure according to an example of the present invention. As shown in FIG. 5, an adjacent inductor and a CPU are included inside the mobile terminal. The proximity sensor further includes a sensor sensor and an infrared emitting lamp IR LED, and the sensor needs to be equipped with a suitable power supply. The CPU is interconnected with the Sensor through an Inter-Integrated Circuit (I2C) interface, and is configured to configure a Sensor control command to send and receive data information. The INT pin of the Sensor is connected to the CPU with a universal 10-port or other similar input interface for the wake-up function of the mobile terminal to implement the reporting of interrupt events. In summary, with the above embodiments provided by the present invention, the infrared light intensity is collected by the sensor in the mobile terminal in response to the user's non-touch operation; the sensor compares the collected infrared light intensity with a preset threshold; When the intensity of the infrared light is greater than the threshold, the sensor sends an interrupt instruction to the CPU in the mobile terminal, wherein the interrupt instruction is used to instruct the CPU to perform the wake-up operation, and the wake-up mode of the existing mobile terminal in the related art is solved by physical button mode. To realize the problem, the user can realize the wake-up function of the mobile terminal through the non-touch method, and the user is more convenient to use and the experience is better. Obviously, those skilled in the art should understand that the above modules or steps of the present invention can be implemented by a general-purpose computing device, which can be concentrated on a single computing device or distributed over a network composed of multiple computing devices. Alternatively, they may be implemented by program code executable by the computing device, such that they may be stored in the storage device by the computing device and, in some cases, may be different from the order herein. Perform the steps shown or described, or separate them into individual integrated circuit modules, or Multiple of these modules or steps are fabricated as a single integrated circuit module. Thus, the invention is not limited to any specific combination of hardware and software. The above is only the preferred embodiment of the present invention, and is not intended to limit the present invention, and various modifications and changes can be made to the present invention. Any modifications, equivalent substitutions, improvements, etc. made within the spirit and scope of the present invention are intended to be included within the scope of the present invention.

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A wake-up method for a mobile terminal, comprising:
 The sensor in the mobile terminal collects infrared light intensity in response to the user's non-touch operation; the sensor compares the collected infrared light intensity with a preset threshold; when the infrared light intensity is greater than the threshold, the The sensor sends an interrupt instruction to a central processing unit CPU in the mobile terminal, wherein the interrupt instruction is used to instruct the CPU to perform a wake-up operation.
The method according to claim 1, wherein, after the sensor determines that the infrared light intensity is greater than the threshold, before the sensor sends an interrupt instruction to the CPU in the mobile terminal, the method further includes: the sensor Recording a non-touch operation corresponding to the infrared light intensity as an effective operation; determining, in a predetermined time after the recording of the effective operation, if the total number of valid operations recorded is the same as a preset number of times The CPU sends the interrupt instruction.
3. The method according to claim 2, wherein the preset number of times is two.
The method according to any one of claims 1 to 3, wherein the sending, by the sensor, an interrupt instruction to the CPU comprises: the sensor passing through its interrupt pin to a universal 10 having a wake-up function in the CPU The port sends the interrupt instruction.
5. A mobile terminal, comprising: a sensor and a central processing unit CPU;
 The sensor includes:
 The acquisition module is configured to collect infrared light intensity in response to the user's non-touch operation; the comparison module is configured to compare the collected infrared light intensity with a preset threshold; the sending module is configured to send an interrupt to the CPU An instruction, where the interrupt instruction is used to instruct the CPU to perform a wake-up operation;
 The CPU includes:
 a receiving module, configured to receive the interrupt instruction sent by the sending module;
 The wake-up module is configured to perform an operation of waking up the mobile terminal according to the interrupt instruction.
The mobile terminal according to claim 5, wherein the sensor further comprises: a recording module, configured to record a non-touch operation corresponding to the infrared light intensity as an effective operation; and a timing module configured to start timing after recording the effective operation;
 The determining module is configured to determine whether the total number of valid operations of the recording is the same as the preset number of times after the time recorded by the timing module reaches a predetermined time.
The mobile terminal according to claim 6, wherein the preset number of times is two.
The mobile terminal according to claim 5, wherein the sending module comprises: an interrupt pin;
 The receiving module includes: a universal 10-port;
 The universal port 10 is connected to the interrupt pin.
The mobile terminal according to any one of claims 5 to 8, wherein
 The CPU further includes: an internal integrated circuit bus I2C interface, the I2C interface being connected to the sensor, configured to configure a control command of the sensor and send and receive data information.
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