Init.d are scripts that can run on boot. You can create your own Init.d script also. There are several tutorials on xda for that search it. And to use it first you muse check whether Init.d is enabled in your rom
To check that use universal Init.d enabler app from playstore and check it if it is not enabled enable it using the same app
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The last time i used a supercharger script it used init.d for some functions. So probably you want to have init.d enabled. If i'm right some functions were also wrapped in a service so if you don't have init.d you could install the service to gain some functionality.
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