- Jul 22, 2012
So if it's a factory image from Google, with root, recovery and custom kernel, then stock from Google doesn't support init.d? The ROM itself must have support... Right?Sorry, I was mistaking. Your ROM should have init.d support, too.
Just try to follow the steps for the manual method in OP. Then you'll find out.
Someone correct me if I'm wrong please but you might be able running this scrip also without init.d support of your current rom with a terminal emulator by placing the extracted .sh file into a folder on your SD and run the scrip from there with the terminal emulator. Obviously with the path for the file adjusted. Thus, will not run on every boot.
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