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Init.d Toggler


Init.d Toggler is a very easy to use app that allows you to enable or disable init.d support.
Init.d is a directory in /system/etc that can contain scripts such as tweaks, the scripts inside this directory with the permissions of atleast RWX-RX-RX (755) will be executed during boot.

Root and Busybox are required in order to run init.d scripts successfully.

Recent changes:
v1.3
- Fixed overriding daemonsu from 4.4.x (Thanks to Dexedrine XnR for mentioning)
- Made the layout look better
- Some compatibility patches

v1.2
- Fixed typo in "install-recovery.sh" (thanks to "boli bic" for mentioning)
- Root now executes only when needed, not at the start of the app

v1.1
- Fixed typo
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4.3
User ratings
369
Installs
10,000+
Concerns
0
File size
199 kb
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About Init.d Toggler
Init.d Toggler is a very easy to use app that allows you to enable or disable init.d support.
Init.d is a directory in /system/etc that can contain scripts such as tweaks, the scripts inside this directory with the permissions of atleast RWX-RX-RX (755) will be executed during boot.

Root and Busybox are required in order to run init.d scripts successfully.

Recent changes:
v1.3
- Fixed overriding daemonsu from 4.4.x (Thanks to Dexedrine XnR for mentioning)
- Made the layout look better
- Some compatibility patches

v1.2
- Fixed typo in "install-recovery.sh" (thanks to "boli bic" for mentioning)
- Root now executes only when needed, not at the start of the app

v1.1
- Fixed typo

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A Google User
Sep 28, 2014
Reckless On GT-S6500D with CWM recovery and SuperSu-on disable init.d this app has corrupted install-recovery.sh.Phone began to restart on every screen off and was executing kind of flashing process - many times - until I browsed to install-recovery.sh and renamed it to install-recovery.sh.bak. All that because developer is maybe too proud to just BACKUP THE ORYGYNAL install-recovery.sh BEFORE his app write to that file ! ...so what to say...just do backups yourself...
A Google User
Sep 9, 2014
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A Google User
Aug 15, 2014
Good but... This is a good app but it would be even better if you gave the user, the ability to choose method of install. Not all ROMs support use of the install-recovery.sh. You could add support for using init.local.rc & init.qcom.post_boot.sh (just a couple examples) to start our sysinit scripts.
A Google User
Aug 14, 2014
Great Work in seconds
A Google User
Jun 28, 2014
AWESOME !!