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[APP] Init.d for normal users

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Default [APP] Init.d for normal users


Some users don't root their devices or, even if rooted, some stock kernels don't includes support for init.d scripts folder.

With this simple app you can define a folder (at sdcard) containing all your initialization scripts and execute it after the boot sequence.

Note that some scripts (like the scripts needed to set min/max CPU speed) needs root permissions.

Operation is very simple, and you only need to select the scripts folder and activate the "run on boot" checkbox.
Note that you can provide superuser permissions to the scripts if you will.

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First x) Awesome app mate!
Keep up the good work, and this is definitely a great tool.

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any chance for a download link that isnt google play? (i run gapp-less on my att s3 i747)
thanks for good work regardless.

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Can I integrate this in my rom?
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Can't run from /system/etc/init.d ?
Please help, and thanks for the great work.
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How can we make sure the init.d start soon enough ? Sooner than debuggerd ?

Would it start soon enough to remount important folders elsewhere before they are called ?
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