Enable init.d support without modifying kernel



In this tutorial, I enabled init.d support without modifying and repacking kernel.
By default, Almost every android kernel has this feature

*REQUIREMENTS*
Rooted android or Custom recovery installed

NOTE-
1- “init.rc” file is read-only because it is mounted from ramdisk, So don’t make changes on it. If you do then it will be reverted at the next boot.

2- You can use “run-parts” instead of “for loop” in “install-recovery.sh” if you have busybox installed.

3- You can change the sleep seconds used in your scripts as per your requirement.

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