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25th February 2015, 06:29 PM |#91  
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yes even with the mounting , the additional string is saved but after i reboot the phone to see changes , i see no onscreen buttons and the string is removed.

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Are you s-on?

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Well thats your problem. System changes will be restored back after a reboot unless you're s-off or s-on with r/w module.
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Well thats your problem. System changes will be restored back after a reboot unless you're s-off or s-on with r/w module.

How can i get this r/w module
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How can i get this r/w module

What rom are you on and does it have init.d support? The write module goes in system /ect/init.d.
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What rom are you on and does it have init.d support? The write module goes in system /ect/init.d.

I am on NuSenseSix . But i dont know if it has init.d support .


Edit: I checked using an app , it was shown that this kernel has no support . I have the stock kernel , i will try the one with the Rom.
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