I included an Experimental feature, in the Auto Root package, to add init.d support to any stock kernel
I was wondering if anyone could help test it out:
You need to be rooted.
Just choose Option E (extra options), then Option E (Add init.d support)
I've tested it on FD19 and EL29 and stock ROMs.
I have *not* tested it on AOKP. It doesn't modify your kernel, so I don't anticipate anything bad would happen.
I've also tested it in the case where you start with stock kernel, add init.d support, then later install a repacked kernel with builtin init.d support. In that case this will defer to the builtin init.d support in the kernel so the init.d scripts are not run twice. What that means is you don't need to remove this if you should later switch from stock kernel to stock kernel+CWM. If you want to remove it, just choose Option F (Remove init.d support)
If you install a new ROM, then you will need to re-run this option to add init.d support.
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