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8th April 2014, 09:28 AM   |  #1  
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I am using custom kernel that has init.d support, I am on stock rom but there is no init.d folder on system/etc so can i just create the init.d folder and put all scripts there would that even work?
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I am using custom kernel that has init.d support, I am on stock rom but there is no init.d folder on system/etc so can i just create the init.d folder and put all scripts there would that even work?

i thinks maybe .
most all custom kernel here have init.d support . if you using kernel that doenst support init.d - just download it from google play (ex - Universal Init.d) . it can activate your init.d folder

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I am using custom kernel that has init.d support, I am on stock rom but there is no init.d folder on system/etc so can i just create the init.d folder and put all scripts there would that even work?

Go to the link http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1933849
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Go to the link http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1933849
So search befor posting..

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1933849

already been there, but it is only for those who don't have init.d support.. my kernel has init.d support.. but the system/etc/init.d isn't in my phone.. my question now is can I just create it if it doesn't exist? or do I need to do something else before doing that like editing some xml or whatever so it could run the scripts inside init.d
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http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1933849

already been there, but it is only for those who don't have init.d support.. my kernel has init.d support.. but the system/etc/init.d isn't in my phone.. my question now is can I just create it if it doesn't exist? or do I need to do something else before doing that like editing some xml or whatever so it could run the scripts inside init.d

like i said . just download app like (ex Universal Init.d or Init.d Toggle) from google play to active/enable your init.d folder .

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