/* SPDX-License-Identifier: GPL-2.0 */
 * Helper code to detect 360 degree hinges (yoga) style 2-in-1 devices using 2 accelerometers
 * to allow the OS to determine the angle between the display and the base of the device.
 * On Windows these are read by a special HingeAngleService process which calls undocumented
 * ACPI methods, to let the firmware know if the 2-in-1 is in tablet- or laptop-mode.
 * The firmware may use this to disable the kbd and touchpad to avoid spurious input in
 * tablet-mode as well as to report SW_TABLET_MODE info to the OS.
 * Since Linux does not call these undocumented methods, the SW_TABLET_MODE info reported
 * by various drivers/platform/x86 drivers is incorrect. These drivers use the detection
 * code in this file to disable SW_TABLET_MODE reporting to avoid reporting broken info
 * (instead userspace can derive the status itself by directly reading the 2 accels).

#include <linux/acpi.h>
#include <linux/i2c.h>

static bool dual_accel_detect_bosc0200(void)
	struct acpi_device *adev;
	int count;

	adev = acpi_dev_get_first_match_dev("BOSC0200", NULL, -1);
	if (!adev)
		return false;

	count = i2c_acpi_client_count(adev);


	return count == 2;

static bool dual_accel_detect(void)
	/* Systems which use a pair of accels with KIOX010A / KIOX020A ACPI ids */
	if (acpi_dev_present("KIOX010A", NULL, -1) &&
	    acpi_dev_present("KIOX020A", NULL, -1))
		return true;

	/* Systems which use a single DUAL250E ACPI device to model 2 accels */
	if (acpi_dev_present("DUAL250E", NULL, -1))
		return true;

	/* Systems which use a single BOSC0200 ACPI device to model 2 accels */
	if (dual_accel_detect_bosc0200())
		return true;

	return false;