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How can I run a custom .sh script at each startup (without native init.d support)?
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Simple way (working): Prepare your post boot commands in a script, say /system/xbin/post-boot (set exec perm) Add the above custom script path at the end of /system/etc/init.qcom.post_boot.sh Eg: # ...

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What is a SIM Toolkit? Does it come with your phone?
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SIM Tool Kit (STK) is a system app for managing the services provided by Service provider. The operator may provide some basic services, subscriptions other value-added services. The STK communicate ...

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How can I run a script on boot?
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Simple way (working): Prepare your post boot commands in a script, say /system/xbin/post-boot (set exec perm) Add the above custom script path at the end of /system/etc/init.qcom.post_boot.sh Eg: ...

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How to run a script on boot in CM12.1?
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Simple way (working): Prepare your post boot commands in a script, say /system/xbin/post-boot (set exec perm) Add the above custom script path at the end of /system/etc/init.qcom.post_boot.sh Eg: ...

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