I am not new in the Android and Nexus world but at this time I need some help.
I am used to root any Nexus phone in this way:
1. Put su, daemonsu, busybox on /system/xbin/ path;
2. Create the init.d folder in /system/etc/ path;
3. Add a script file to start the superuser daemon at the boot;
4. Edit the kernel ramdisk adding the sysinit script to add the init.d support at the boot;
5. Edit the updated-script for the right permissions to the new init.d folder (and its content) and to the su binary file.
I never had problems with Galaxy Nexus and LG Nexus 4 but today I am having troubles with the Nexus 5.
Is this a common issue?
I hope to get answers,