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March, 2006: Resource-Aware Mobile Device Applications

(a)

Event Description
BatteryTurnedCriticalEvent Triggered when the percent of battery left on device turns critical from low when not on AC power. Triggered when the percent of battery left on device turns critical from low when not on AC power.
BatteryTurnedLowEvent Triggered when the percent of battery left on device turns low from high when device is not on AC power, or changed to low from critical when device is charging.
XBatteryTurnedHighEvent Triggered when percent of battery left on device turns high from low while charging, or from fully charged to high when not on AC power.
BatteryTurnedBelowCfgEvent Triggered when percent of battery left on device falls below the application configured value.
BatteryTurnedAboveCfgEvent Triggered when percent of battery left on device crosses above the application configured value.
BatteryFullyChargedEvent Triggered when the battery status changes to fully charged while charging.
BatteryTurnedChargingEvent Triggered immediately when the device is connected on AC power for charging.
BatteryStatusUnknownEven Triggered when the device battery status is not known.

(b)

Event Description
MemoryTurnedAboveCfgEvent Triggered when the percent of available memory on device crosses above the application configured value.
MemoryTurnedBelowCfgEvent Triggered when the percent of available memory on device falls below the application configured value.

(c)

Event Description
NetworkStatusChangedEvent Triggered when network connectivity status changes from available to unavailable and vice versa.

Table 1: (a) Battery events; (b) memory events; (c) network events.


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