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How did you do that? Did you placed the script on universal init.app to /etc/init.d folder that rom includes? Please explain in detail,it confuses me.I tried test of Universal init.d app,but it says "Your kernel doesn't have init.d support"
Paste the script in that folder. Place M8 awb_cal file in /system/etc. Turn On Universal Init.d and give it a try by touching 99awb_cal script and hitting play. You shouldn't have green tint any longer. And that same process will be done automatically after the phone boots up. So make sure you gave Root access.
 
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Paste the script in that folder. Place M8 awb_cal file in /system/etc. Turn On Universal Init.d and give it a try by touching 99awb_cal script and hitting play. You shouldn't have green tint any longer. And that same process will be done automatically after the phone boots up. So make sure you gave Root access.
Noob question: how can i "turn on" universal init.d? Where can we activate it?

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Paste the script in that folder. Place M8 awb_cal file in /system/etc. Turn On Universal Init.d and give it a try by touching 99awb_cal script and hitting play. You shouldn't have green tint any longer. And that same process will be done automatically after the phone boots up. So make sure you gave Root access.
Many Thanks,but I couldn't understand exactly, which script will I paste in which folder ? Test script which belongs to Universal init.d is already in /system/etc/init.d.
 
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Save this text as 99awb_cal and paste the script in /system/etc/init.d Don't add any extension to the file, just 99awb_cal. To turn on, download app and open it. You will clearly see the button to activate.

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Save this text as 99awb_cal and paste the script in /system/etc/init.d Don't add any extension to the file, just 99awb_cal. To turn on, download app and open it. You will clearly see the button to activate.

http://dl-1.va.us.xda-developers.com...&ts=1410650089
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