How to Activate Init.d Via Terminal Emulator

How to Activate Init.d Via Terminal Emulator

Hello friends, welcome, in this post I will share a tutorial on how to activate the init.d folder on our Android.

But keep in mind before we start to get into the method, you must first understand the meaning and function of the init.d folder on the Android operating system.

So what is it init.d folder?

The init.d folder is a place or location where we can fill in a script or command that will run the Android operating system when the kernel has finished booting successfully.

And the function of the init.d folder is to modify or customize the performance of the Android operating system itself.

Before you proceed to the tutorial, first make sure your Android is rooted and BusyBox must be installed, for those of you who haven’t done the root process in following this tutorial:

Easy And Safe Android Root Guide

How to Install And Use Busybox on Android

After you have finished rooting and installed busybox and have also read the meaning and function of the init.d folder above, it’s time for us to do How to Activate the Init.d Folder on Android,

How to Activate Init.d Folder Via Terminal Emulator

1. Activate init.d folder with “Universal init.d Support” Application

Your first step is to download the Universal init.d Support Application.

Then install and open the Universal init.d Support application.

Click the Activate button and then select Verify.

If you have restarted your smartphone.

2. Activate init.d folder with Terminal Emulator

The first step is to download and install the terminal emulator application.

And also don’t forget to download the script file term-init.sh

If you have downloaded and put the term-init.sh script file on the internal.

Go back to the main page and then open the Terminal Emulator Application.

Type su to login to superuser/admin, and remember that root is required for this action.

Type sh /sdcard/term-init.sh or sh /emmc/term-init.sh if one of these commands cannot be used, the difference between these commands is because each vendor has its own memory folder name.

If you are finished and successfully restart your Android smartphone.

To be able to find out whether the init.d folder is active and can be used, open the file explorer directory /data and make sure there is a file named test.log.

Well, that’s the tutorial on how to activate init.d using a terminal emulator, hopefully this article can be useful for friends, and thank you for visiting.