I have also just started having this issue. I have not figured out what is going on yet though. Are you running gummycharged 2.0?ms0chez said:For some reason when I save my boot settings for Voltage Control it won't stick cause when I reboot my settings are gone. New to Voltage Control so will appreciate the help.
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Yess. This did the trick. I set it as boot and root and its ok. When I saved I initially ran it to give su permission. Thanks.hazard209 said:Go to the market and download script manager (it's free). Go into /system/etc/init.d and select the S_voltage file. Check the box the says run on boot and select save.