How to Add init.d Support in Android Kernel & ROM

init.d is a traditional service management package for Linux that runs a bunch of code during booting process. What it does in an Android is that, it runs codes that are placed inside /system/etc/init.d/ folder. As Android uses Linux kernel it can also support init.d. ROMs by default do not have init.d support, however custom … Read more

How To Root With Magisk? A Systemless Android Root Interface

Magisk is the best alternative to Chainfire’s SuperSU. After Chainfire sold SuperSU to a Chinese company user are afraid to use that closed source SuperSU. Instead of SuperSu, Magisk is highly recommended to use which also is open source and supports various modules. Magisk works system-less-ly, so that it doesn’t alter your system partition in any … Read more