help please!!!!

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  1. rorymo30

    rorymo30 New Member

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    What the hell does this mean? I'm DROID/technology stupid!!!

    on early-init start ueventd on init symlink /system/vendor /vendor sysclktz 0 loglevel 3 on fs_selinux mount_all fstab.qcom on fs mount_all fstab.qcom # setup the global environment export PATH /sbin:/vendor/bin:/system/sbin:/system/bin:/system/xbin export LD_LIBRARY_PATH /vendor/lib:/system/lib export ANDROID_BOOTLOGO 1 export ANDROID_ROOT /system export ANDROID_ASSETS /system/app export ANDROID_DATA /data export EXTERNAL_STORAGE /mnt/sdcard export EXTERNAL_STORAGE2 /mnt/sdcard/external_sd export USBHOST_STORAGE /mnt/sdcard/usbStorage export ASEC_MOUNTPOINT /mnt/asec export LOOP_MOUNTPOINT /mnt/obb export BOOTCLASSPATH /system/framework/core.jar:/system/framework/bouncycastle.jar:/system/framework/ext.jar:/system/framework/framework.jar:/system/framework/android.policy.jar:/system/framework/services.jar:/system/framework/core-junit.jar # Backward compatibility symlink /system/etc /etc symlink /sys/kernel/debug /d # Right now vendor lives on the same filesystem as system, # but someday that may change. symlink /system/vendor /vendor # create mountpoints mkdir /mnt 0775 root system mkdir /mnt/sdcard 0000 system system # Create cgroup mount point for cpu accounting mkdir /acct mount cgroup none /acct cpuacct mkdir /acct/uid # Backwards Compat - XXX: Going away in G* symlink /mnt/sdcard /sdcard mkdir /system mkdir /data 0771 system system mkdir /cache 0770 system cache mkdir /efs 0771 system radio # Directory for putting things only root should see. mkdir /mnt/secure 0700 root root # Directory for staging bindmounts mkdir /mnt/secure/staging 0700 root root # Directory-target for where the secure container # imagefile directory will be bind-mounted mkdir /mnt/secure/asec 0700 root root # Secure container public mount points. mkdir /mnt/asec 0700 root system mount tmpfs tmpfs /mnt/asec mode=0755,gid=1000 # Filesystem image public mount points. mkdir /mnt/obb 0700 root system mount tmpfs tmpfs /mnt/obb mode=0755,gid=1000 # usb public mount points. mkdir /mnt/usb 0700 root system mount tmpfs tmpfs /mnt/usb mode=0755,gid=1000 write /proc/sys/kernel/panic_on_oops 1 write /proc/sys/kernel/hung_task_timeout_secs 0 write /proc/cpu/alignment 4 write /proc/sys/kernel/sched_latency_ns 10000000 write /proc/sys/kernel/sched_wakeup_granularity_ns 2000000 write /proc/sys/kernel/sched_compat_yield 1 write /proc/sys/kernel/sched_child_runs_first 0 # Create cgroup mount points for process groups mkdir /dev/cpuctl mount cgroup none /dev/cpuctl cpu chown system system /dev/cpuctl chown system system /dev/cpuctl/tasks chmod 0777 /dev/cpuctl/tasks write /dev/cpuctl/cpu.shares 1024 mkdir /dev/cpuctl/fg_boost chown system system /dev/cpuctl/fg_boost/tasks chmod 0777 /dev/cpuctl/fg_boost/tasks write /dev/cpuctl/fg_boost/cpu.shares 1024 mkdir /dev/cpuctl/bg_non_interactive chown system system /dev/cpuctl/bg_non_interactive/tasks chmod 0777 /dev/cpuctl/bg_non_interactive/tasks # 5.0 % write /dev/cpuctl/bg_non_interactive/cpu.shares 52 # insmod the modules on emmc-fs # mount mmc partitions wait /dev/block/mmcblk0p14 mount ext4 /dev/block/mmcblk0p14 /system ro barrier=1 wait /dev/block/mmcblk0p15 exec /system/bin/e2fsck -p /dev/block/mmcblk0p15 mount ext4 /dev/block/mmcblk0p15 /data nosuid nodev barrier=1 noauto_da_alloc # mount ext4 /dev/block/mmcblk0p16 /persist nosuid nodev barrier=1 mount ext4 /dev/block/mmcblk0p17 /cache nosuid nodev barrier=1 #Setting permissons for misc partition chmod 0666 /dev/block/mmcblk0p19 # mount efs partition mount ext4 /dev/block/mmcblk0p11 /efs nosuid nodev barrier=1 chown system radio /efs chmod 0771 /efs on boot # disabled the cpu1 exec /system/bin/sh /init.qcom.lpm_boot.sh class_start default # service mpdecision /system/bin/mpdecision --no_sleep --avg_comp # user root service ueventd /sbin/ueventd critical # 1293840000 represents seconds for 2011/1/1 0:0:0 GMT since epoch # service time_reset /system/bin/date 1293840000 # oneshot service console /system/bin/sh console service playlpm /system/bin/playlpm user root service lpmkey /system/bin/lpmkey user root # adbd is controlled by the persist.service.adb.enable system property service adbd /sbin/adbd disabled # adbd on at boot in emulator on property:ro.kernel.qemu=1 start adbd on property:persist.service.adb.enable=1 start adbd on property:persist.service.adb.enable=0 stop adbd
     
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    Welcome to the forum rorymo! It might be helpful if you could provide a little more information. What device do you have. Is it rooted or stock. Is the information you've pasted here showing up with some type of error message or did you simply come across it from within a system or app folder, while looking around ES File Explorer or similar app?

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    It's on a galaxy s4 sam.. sghh1337. Not sure if it's stock or rooted, i came across it in my girls phone, in the downloaded files thingy.. lol can't really ask her about it, but she's always doing some weird stuff on her phone so.. kinda lame but it's driving me crazy, plus the more I research these androids and all they can do is very intriguing to me. .
     
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    Since it didn't come up as an error message and considering where you found it, it's obviously a root file of some sort. Nothing to be worried about.
    That said, be very careful messing around with her phone....if she happens to be in the process of rooting it and you're digging around in without knowing anything about Android, you could accidentally brick her device and she'd really be in a jam.

    tap'n on my S5
     
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