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Anyone know how to save settings through Voltage control to the init.d script? I have an error message coming when I choose save to boot settings and check on init.d script. It says that it cannot write to mkdir said it's read only.

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Does anybody have knowledge on this?

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Yeah you have to mount system as rewritable. Then when you are done mount it as read only.

This is a VERY BASIC thing to know when working custom roms on Android. I suggest google as a good starting point. Not sure if you know, but you can use google to only search this website if you prefer that interface over XDA's built in search (I know I do).

Here is a link to get you started.

https://www.google.com/webhp?sourcei...w=1920&bih=955
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Can I just use root explorer to do it?

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I have better terminal emulator running as root, do you have an address or link to find the right command lines, or do you know them by any chance?

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Does any one have any knowledge to share about our t989 and unlocking its init.d script?

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Even another person suggested root explorer. Try estrongs file explorer its free.

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To me it seems that an Android development site should have more direct answers. Knowledge should not be a consequence.

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I need to learn how to make the init.d writable. obviously not, but does anyone have any knowledge in this I have the acquisition but that's all.

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I need to learn how to make the init.d writable. obviously not, but does anyone have any knowledge in this I have the acquisition but that's all.

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