I have no idea how this works ... I could not find 'Blank-Online.eu' on the net ( an awful lot of sites linked in the HTC Evo 3D CDMA fourms are dead, actually) and in Googling I found apks for Autostart, but after downloading and installing one ... nothing happened. Are you saying I should start a .txt file? I am not at all savy with Linux or anything like that ... I have tried the other methods suggested, including wiping the Davilik cache, and even reinstalling Revolution ... nope. It's a shame, though, as Revolution has otherwise been working great.
Originally Posted by Crusoe86
I've found a solution for the WiFi issue...
Ok... It is more like a workaroud, but I am sure, mike can make it perfect...
What I've done:
- create a file named "autostart.sh" in /data/opt/
- set the permission to let it execute
- install "Autostart (root)" (from blank-online.eu) from market
- reboot and see if it works for you
Content of "autostart.sh":
svc wifi disable
svc wifi enable
To check if the script works, stick the WiFi Widget on the homescreen.
It should disable and enable automatic after a few seconds.
Or only enable if your WiFi was off.
Try and report