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It is checked!! Should it be on the /mnt/sdcard or is it hidden in another folder!!! Now I need to find that folder and run the asskicker from that folder
 

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Persistence always pays off, found the SOB now I'm an asskicker that kicksass!!! upload and download speeds increased 100% you were right Mikey !!!! That Zep really roks.

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You Have Everything Straightened Out Now?
 

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When you open Script Mgr. your two levels down, you must hit the "file double dot" twice, and then "etc->/system/etc", then "init.d". Kept looking on the sdcard !! Great mod doubled my speed, no shit!! Thanks Mikey
 

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I'm Terribly Sorry, That's My Fault I Assumed You Would Know How To Get Up The Top Of The System. My Bad. :(

Edit: Also Uploaded A Photo Of Where The Kickass Kernel Tweak Is Located After The Script Has Run The First Time.
 

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No, No I Know What You Meant And I'm A Bit Of A Perfectionist So That Right There To Me Is Like Leaving Out A HUGE Step. I Am Glad To Help You And Many Others Like Yourself. I've Just Noticed On Some Other Forums They Don't Like My Typing Style And Also Don't Like Me Helping People Out.
 

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Not Yet, He Never Released An Update Last Night.
 

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Mikey said:
Use Something Like Root Explorer To Create The Folders. I Only Use Script Manager For One Thing, Running Scripts.
Hey Mikey,

If I am already running the V6 supercharger script, this means I already have the proper folder installed right? I looked and do see the system/etc/init.d folder there; in this case, do I just have to run the 2 scripts just like I do the supercharger script? Place on SD card, open script manager, select the script, choose "run as root" and everything should work? I've already had to do a factory reset recently due to a boot loop and don't really want to do it again. I'm assuming that there aren't any options once inside the script like there is in the supercharger; you just select it and it runs itself automatically? When you say "edit the OP" what is this referring to?

I apologize for the onslaught of questions, but I really do apreciate any help you can offer.
 

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I downloaded the latest version of the kernel tweak. When I ran it in script manager it ran fine then when I ran the second script that runs at boot my phone locked up and rebooted. Then it was continually stuck in a cycle of rebooting and locking up. I was finally able to uninstall script manager before it locked up. What am I doing wrong?

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I reinstalled script manager and tried it again. Same result only this time I didn't select run at boot so I wasn't stuck in a loop.

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bgs_piece said:
Hey Mikey,

If I am already running the V6 supercharger script, this means I already have the proper folder installed right? I looked and do see the system/etc/init.d folder there; in this case, do I just have to run the 2 scripts just like I do the supercharger script? Place on SD card, open script manager, select the script, choose "run as root" and everything should work? I've already had to do a factory reset recently due to a boot loop and don't really want to do it again. I'm assuming that there aren't any options once inside the script like there is in the supercharger; you just select it and it runs itself automatically? When you say "edit the OP" what is this referring to?

I apologize for the onslaught of questions, but I really do apreciate any help you can offer.
PMed.
 

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The Last Two Posts, The SD Card Scripts DO NOT CHECK RUN AT BOOT.

I Have Now Edited My OP Stating That Some Have Had Confusion.
 

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I am referring to the script that is created in the init.d folder. That is the one causing the issue.

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Yes Unfortunately I Just Had The Same Issue And I Believe It Has Something To Do With The Way He Wrote It. I Just Went Through My Phone Restarting After Locking Up After Boot A Few Times. I Didn't See He Updated Until Now. Sorry Everyone I Will Change It Again.
 

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Ok thanks for your help and thanks to Zeppelinrox for his work on these scripts.

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Ya It's I'm The Messenger Here And I Got So Much Going On Between 4 Sites About The X2 And Sometimes I Can Miss When He Wrote He Updated It. I'm Trying My Best To Stay On Top Of Things To Make Sure Everyone Is Satisfied And No Phones Become Bricked Or Something Worse.

I Will Continue To Monitor This Subject And Wait For A Resolution Giving You All The New Update Location And Instructions If They Change.

Thank You All For Your Patience And Time,

Mikey
 

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After Zep updated his scripts I have had no issues with either one. The 3G script runs as expected using the run as root option (do not check run on boot). You need to create the init.d folder in /system/etc/ place the 98 kick ass kernel script and run in this directory using run as root and run on boot.

The updated scripts are on the XDA forum using the original link from Zepplinrox. You will now get confirmation when running the script that it has finished and you need to reboot.
http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?p=15948434#post15948434
 
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