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    any one knows how to run some code during iphone startup,for example, within a framework of a plugin ?



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    Create a daemon, add a plist to /System/Library/LaunchDaemons
    Details: launchd.plist(5) Mac OS X Manual Page

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    but i don't have the right to access directory /system under iPhone,how can i add a plist to it?

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    Huh? Did you forget to jailbreak?

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    if you have jailbroken make sure you have installed af2cadd to view root dirs, you're not gonna have much luck adding custom launchdaemons on a stock handset


 

 

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