Excellent job... First app to succeed at this Vlad... Add a line to your first script to have it start the next and only initiate the first script with the app. That's a lame reason to give one star to a free app that works. Sorry... LoL.. Awesome job is all I can say. I used TiBu and converted to system app to get it to start earlier during boot. Works like a charm too. Less works than SManager and faster at execution.
Useful app Editor clobbers quotes and variables. Still, this app performs its primary function of enabling init.d scripts on startup where otherwise not available. This is a keeper. Just use other tools to create, move, and chmod 700 your scripts. No big.
Best app It really made my phone init.d supported i read cda threads and blaw blaw crap but all tht crap didnt work...but this app did worked
Brought init.d support to a rooted [hybrid NB1/] MK2 SGH-I337 Worked as expected and described. The testing was a bit anti-climatic, but served its purpose well. :) It is nice to be able to have init.d support without having to get into the bowels of the OS (as I am still learning...). Thank you. Kudos! -t
doesn't work! i was testing this application in my device with init.d so if it worked i could install it in my other smartphone that has no init.d but this silly application fails to detect it. later i realized it creates a test file in the init.d directory but FAILS to set proper permissions thus not working as it should. don't waste your time and search for something that really works and your system can depend on. even after uninstalling it doesn't delete the trash file it created. this universal init.d is a joke!
Works like a charm Does what it says. Was having problems with init.d scripts after changing my kernel. Other init.d enablers didn't work. Great app.
- Hotfix for the crashes on gingerbread/froyo devices (sorry for all the updates, should be all good now)
- Hotfix for the crashes happening when the user has no init.d folder or that it's empty
- Initial publication
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