Yes there are some scripts which have to be run with scriptmanager.
I found no kernel so far which executes the init.d scripts so that everything is working as it should. When a script sets some values it is so that during bootup this values will be overwritten with the standart ones. I will attach a screenshot how it has to be.
It can be that you have problems with the included Scriptmanager. If it is so. deinstall it and download it from the market again. then it should work.
1) how do i get "DeskClock including alarm-clock, dia-show, musicshortcut and homebutton"?
2) Which scripts do i have to activate with scriptmanager blablabla at boot( or without boot)...?
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