I bought a 2nd novel to test stuff with, and have been working all afternoon on trying to figure out the sleep thing.
My first one, which is working great in every way except sleep (and flashplayer of course) has just been giving me fits with sleep.
I run roebeet v4.01 stock-based firmware, with all the google stuff turned on, and a working market.
So I started to re-create the situation on the new unit, this time logging everything and writing it all down, going one step at a time, and testing the sleep frequently.
I am getting close to the end game, but not quite done yet.
I can say for sure, just loading the google stuff (and not activating it) does NOT interfere with sleep. So just having it in there does not hurt things.
Then I started to do things a little at a time, testing sleep along the way.
I got to putting my google account in, and immediately my contacts, email and calendar synced. The sync icon was in the notification area often, and I could see google calendar task starting and stopping a lot (it is the most chatty of all of them)
BUT... none of this seemed to be interfering with sleep!
HOWEVER - I still have not fiddled around to get market working. It starts with an android ID of 0. I put my account in, went to the market, and got the dreaded server error message. It did give me a market ID. I have not fixed this yet, will be sure to note what fixes it when I get to it.
But still sleep OK...
I put a couple minor apps in, a file manager. Still sleeps OK.
I put nolock in. Now just a glimmer of sleep problems show up. I think this is a known issue. But manageable - sometimes you have to put it to sleep twice but it has been sleeping now for 40 minutes even with nolock.
My original unit will hardly go 10 minutes sleeping.
So all this google cloud stuff is on, and she sleeps...
BUT, still no market.
I am starting to wonder if market isn't the culprit? Too soon to say, but if it starts messing up the minute I get market working, then maybe we will know more. I wonder if it is the remote app disable feature in the market... but way too soon to say.
Anyone else still working on this?