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11th August 2019, 02:20 PM |#571  
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Originally Posted by clickmeplz

It works with script manager app or if i run sh /etc/install-recovery.sh at emulator.

But i have to run the command in each reboot or keep script manager app and i can not uninstall it.

Is there a better solution?

Device: Mi 4

Rom: Xiaomi eu

Kernel: ZeurionX

Hi

Yes

You need to add init.d support in your Kernel directly.

Ask to your Kernel dev to do it or edit your Kernel ramdisk.

https://mega.nz/#!7lFkjCoL!qliHaAMzF...-0NjXpcd-T9sAM
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11th August 2019, 02:38 PM |#572  
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4th November 2019, 08:47 AM |#573  
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For me Universal Init.d Support doesn't work on Android emulator named MEmu App Player: The message Success.!You have init.d support! simply is a fake.


It's not wondering me because neither init.rc and/or init.<machine_name>.rc - the files that are processed by Android's init at boot - nor any other hereby imported .rc file triggers sysinit.sh and/or install-recovery.sh script.
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