If you have su and didn't trigger knox, I CANNOT guarantee that running this script won't cause 0x1!
1) P905/viennalte/Qualcomm based model ONLY (won't work on Exynos devices. MIGHT work on other Qualcomm LTE deices from Note Pro and Tab Pro series - feel free to repost but give credits!) running 4.4.2 stock;
2) root access with SuperSU (using cf-root - credits to chainfire);
3) busybox installed (I do recommend this paid installer: https://play.google.com/store/apps/d...busybox.donate , MOST PROBABLY free version will be more than enough, too, but I haven't tested it as I have license...)
4) Android Terminal Emulator installed ( free at: https://play.google.com/store/apps/d...al.androidterm )
1) download file init.d_qcom.sh using below link and put it in the root of internal memory (so it will be placed in: /sdcard/init.d_qcom.sh)
2) run Android Terminal Emulator
3) at command line, type:
su -c /sdcard/init.d_qcom.sh
Additional info for advanced users:
1) scripts in /system/etc/init.d shall be root:root 755 (and NOT 777 as stated in A LOT of sources, thou has to be a heavy idiot to give write access for system files to "world"...)
2) init.d is handled from one of the /system/etc qualcomm additional scripts as it refused to work using regular install-recovery.sh method...
3) scripts are triggered paralelly but I am using different method (find/nohup/su combination...), as this damn rom refused to simply execute "run-parts" applet...
4) init.d permission helper script included (just put your scripts in init.d and they'll receive proper permissions on reboot)