Yep, that was the only reason I could see why. Just an extra note in case you didn't realise already, you can save offThe only reason why I need it as a fav is because I am constantly flashing new Custom ROMs and restoring 3rd party apps.
/sdcard/TeMeFI/*and simply copy back over after installing TeMeFI, and all your favourites and config and saved off reports will be re-instated. on your next restart of TeMeFI.
Are you talking about my Boot scripts and also my app-start scripts? I use a very powerful custom launcher that allows me to run shell scripts when I click an icon (or an invisible hotspot/area) and a different shell script if I long-press, swipe up, swipe down on the icon, its really very powerful (I can even free rotate or size an icon). Many of my boot scripts are very specific to my device, and how I specifically use my device. A lot of the scrpts within TeMeFI have been originally sourced or inspired from my boot scripts that I have used over the years. My current device (Pixel 4a) has a LOT less boot scripts, as my previous device I had a lot of scripts to optimize my lowly devices / ROMs. I started with a 1GHz (overclocked to 1.7GHz) with only 512mb of RAM running GingerBread. Another major avenue for my scripts are in regard to my obsession with my MediaDB, and are thereby specific to me. I also have another script or two that configures waze (removes the ads but also restores all my favourites as Waze has a nasty habit of loosing them) Again, my locations (saved in a template dB) are very specific to me, and I would have to explain how to configure them, otherwise they are useless or will cause damage.Are you willing to share some of your custom scripts?
Short answer, the time of supporting these scripts (ie answering ANY questions or making warnings) would be time away from TeMeFI which could help a lot more people.
One thing I have been meaning to start a thread on, is the framework I use to run my boot scripts. Its very powerfull and complex. It runs scripts asynchronously (ie in parallel) OR in sequence (all controleld by the directory structure, as some cannot run in parallel). I have been using it since my very first android device. But in the last few years, boot scripts are becoming less and less common. Even I have fewer now. I still have about 8, from over 20 a few years back. Plus another 10 triggered by hot-spots / icons / gestures on my launcher.
PS: My current obsession with MediaDB is focused on the fact that album art for media without embedded artwork is broken in Android 11