Merge "Docs: Editorial Fixes for Section 9.8 and 5.2.5 (video codec table)" into qt-dev
diff --git a/2_device-types/2_5_automotive-reqs.md b/2_device-types/2_5_automotive-reqs.md
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@@ -255,10 +255,9 @@
API when requested by third-party applications.
-* [[3.8](#3_8_user_interface_compatibility).4/A-0-1] MUST implement an
-assistant on the device that provides a default implementation of the
+* [[3.8](#3_8_user-interface-compatibility).4/A-SR] Are Strongly Recommended
+to implement an assistant on the device to handle the [Assist action](
If Automotive device implementations include a push-to-talk button, they:
diff --git a/8_performance-and-power/8_3_power-saving-modes.md b/8_performance-and-power/8_3_power-saving-modes.md
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@@ -30,10 +30,31 @@
implement any or all of the 4 sleeping power states as defined by the Advanced
Configuration and Power Interface (ACPI).
-If device implementations implement S3 and S4 power states as defined by the
+If device implementations implement S4 power states as defined by the
-* [C-2-1] MUST enter these states only after the user has taken an explicit action
+* [C-1-1] MUST enter this state only after the user has taken an explicit action
to put the device in an inactive state (e.g. by closing a lid that is physically
- part of the device or turning off a vehicle or television) and before the user re-activates the
- device (e.g. by opening the lid or turning the vehicle or television back on).
+ part of the device or turning off a vehicle or television) and before the
+ user re-activates the device (e.g. by opening the lid or turning the vehicle
+ or television back on).
+If device implementations implement S3 power states as defined by the
+* [C-2-1] MUST meet C-1-1 above, or, MUST enter S3 state only when third-party
+ applications do not need the system resources (e.g. the screen, CPU).
+ Conversely, MUST exit from S3 state when third-party applications need the
+ system resources, as described on this SDK.
+ For example, while the third party applications request to keep the screen
+ on through `FLAG_KEEP_SCREEN_ON` or keep CPU running through
+ `PARTIAL_WAKE_LOCK`, the device MUST NOT enter S3 state unless, as described
+ in C-1-1, the user has taken explicit action to put the device in an
+ inactive state. Conversely, at a time when a task that third party apps
+ implement through JobScheduler is triggered or Firebase Cloud Messaging is
+ delivered to third party apps, the device MUST exit the S3 state unless the
+ user has put the device in an inactive state. These are not comprehensive
+ examples and AOSP implements extensive wake-up signals that trigger a wakeup
+ from this state.